My new 2002 Scag hydro 52

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ScagBoy09, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. ScagBoy09

    ScagBoy09 LawnSite Member
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    Thought I would put some pictures on here of my new Scag. Got it a few months ago, bearley seen any grass its whole life. I also took a few other pics of some of my equipment like the 6x12 trailer I just bought, waiting for the weather to break to put my trimmer rack on it. Tell me what you think!

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  2. ScagBoy09

    ScagBoy09 LawnSite Member
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    some more pics

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  3. Uranus

    Uranus LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Mass
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    Nice money maker. Your going to be useing that for many years to come.
     
  4. ScagBoy09

    ScagBoy09 LawnSite Member
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    Yeah I've heard great things about Scag from family who are in the industry so im loooking forward to be able to use it once the foot of snow melts haha.
     
  5. chuck bow

    chuck bow LawnSite Senior Member
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    Hey Scagboy09 will be sending you some pics of mine via email so look for them from jeepc@aol.com will be coming soon
     
  6. lawnguy268

    lawnguy268 LawnSite Member
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    nice camaro... how do you like the sukley with that?
     
  7. RedMax Man

    RedMax Man LawnSite Platinum Member
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    That will last you a good long time. Is that trailer new also? Mine also has the split gate.
     
  8. ScagBoy09

    ScagBoy09 LawnSite Member
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    Well I like the sulkey, but its kinda hard to reverse and not "jack-knife" if you will. The sulkey I attatched is the one I want with castors, they say its better for hydros, since the deck you stand on virtually never moves, the castors do all the work. Then again, since it's my first walk behind I might just have to get use to the sulkey I have. My trailer is new as well with a split gate. The 2x4's are still there from when I picked it up from Wisconsin so I knew it wasn't going to roll anywhere. I might leave them on there because you can easily drive over them and they keep the wheels in place great.

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  9. stuffdeer

    stuffdeer LawnSite Bronze Member
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    So, your using the Van to tow the trailer or the Silvy?

    Everything looks great!
     
  10. ScagBoy09

    ScagBoy09 LawnSite Member
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    Well the Silverado is my dads, but im really considering buying it from him since he doesnt drive it a whole lot. The van does a good job for pulling the walkbehind though, so if it ends up being that, I'll put up with the venture for another year.
     

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