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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by grassyfras, Jun 30, 2003.
This is my rig.
How about a closer pic of the mower? Maybe you could move the mailbox? Or the trailer, if that's easier.....
Its an eXmark! Thats for sure!
Here is a close up of the mower. Its a 36" exmarkmetro hp in case you can't tell.
How, do you like your metro hp? I'm looking at either a metro hp or a tthp and am looking for any advice. The hydro would be nice but not quite sure it's a necessity for me. Do your drive belts slip much in wet weather? Any other pro's or con's on your mower?
Nice, do you own a trimmer, edger and or blower?
Is that an Envoy SUV?
I like the exmark hp alot but I wish I went with the turftracer. I really dont need a hydro and would probbly be overkill but still would like one. I don't think you could go wrong with this mower if your doing this part time or small lawns. Belts never sliped for me but I never cut in a down pour, maybe light rain every now and then.
BHB- I do own a stihl fs trimmer and it is a GMC Envoy I also have a eb7001 backpack not in the pic.
Ted how you like that POWER of that blower, kind of nice isn't it, i guess after using mine that hand held you had just wasn't enough.
Oh yeah, that Metro cuts pretty good, it's a good mower. Pretty quick to.
I put the Velke on it.
The blower is the best. After I bought it in the begining of the season i gave the handheld away. It doesnt even work anymore my friend says. And thanks again for putting the velke on. That saves tons of time. Today I actually use it without for one lawn just becuase I have nothing to do today.
Dunno about how well the envoy does for lawn care,but i had the chevy version the trail blazer for my personal tranportation,i loved that thing inline straight six was a humdinger.
Traded it on a dodge cummings diesel while back.