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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by DANE, Sep 2, 2005.
how would you compare this to exmark or any of the other ztr mowers thanks
Just as good
They are good machines, but the aren't quite up there with the leading brands, as far as handling, durability and engineering. But for what they cost are just as good for $2000 less. Exmark and Scag cost more for a reason.
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Dane, I have a Z Two. It is a well built, hard working machine.
Where in Ohio are you.
If not better... and in my experience I'd have to say BETTER.
That might have been the case at one time... but not anymore.
It's actually well engineered... even more so than I first thought.
The durability is very good also... a good bit more over-built than many.
The handling is also very good as well. In a lot of ways it handles way better than others. But I will also say I have to be honest and admit that the extra heavy build does affect other areas of the handling though. By that I mean the standard 25/60 does not fit my definition of 'nimble feeling' per-say. The extra weight of the build is there, and I can feel the extra weight in front that is there when I'm swinging it around on uneven ground.