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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by lsu03, Mar 9, 2008.
no riders allowed!!
I'll get some later i just got two new scags..a 36" and a 48"..
Here are mine. Little Lawn-Boy 21". I really love that mower. Sens-a-Speed is so easy and effortless to use. Grab the bar and start walking, no gears, no extra handles or levers. The Cub Cadet is the 33" model with 4 speed gear drive and 10.5hp Briggs. I know both of these are residential models, but I'm working part time and also have a commercial rider, so these don't get that much use. I also work solo, so I take good care of the equipment and service it myself regularly.
I am excited about my new 36tthp. Most of my lawns are 4-6k tightly manicured Bermuda and I was beating them up with my Lazer. I had a 36 metro hp (nice mower also) but I sold it. At 37, I opted for the hydro. This thing leaves a real nice finish. It has a 2 wheel sulky and mulch kit.
Nice 36 how much was it fi you dont mind? I need a 36 to do in some pool areas. A push mower is not an option at this point. Its all about makin time!
It was 5k. I think they are way overpriced but IMHO there isn't a better mower for my needs (ECS, floating deck, dual hydro, 18500 bts, super construction, great cut).
You can get a 36inch of many brands for 3k if your willing to do a gear drive... hydros are all around 5k for toro, hustler, exmark, bobcat etc
O I can see half of a rider in that picture, your out!
Epic, that was funny
Here is a pic of me on one of our 36" T-bar Toros, it doesn't look like it, but I'm moving at about 6.5mph there, cutting away, we love the T-bars.