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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by GreenHammer, Mar 9, 2013.
Protects the canister air filter.
Its where you sit your girlfiend in daisy dukes. It should have a built in bottle opener on the edge too.
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Kind of odd it has that, but no ROPS. Unless the owner removed them. I could see that spoiler catching a good sized limb, or guide wire and making it for a bad day. I would remove it if it was mine. No one around here runs BadBoy, so I have yet to see one in person.
How does it cut?
That is what I want to know as well. I seen a bunch of cut pics but they were all from a dealer. I want to see actual users / owners post their cut pics.
I'll take some pic's of the cut next week and put them up. I demowed the bad boy and a Kubota. I really put the Bad Boy through it's paces. Long tall wet grass in the morning. I lowered the deck to 2" and went wide open trying to see what was left behind. Looked like a freshly vacuumed carpet when I was done. I mowed about five acres with the Bad Boy and only about an acre with the Kubota ZD326. Couldn't stand the Kubota. Had a beautiful cut however the controls were slow, stiff, ride was rough. Couldn't wait to get off. Got it stuck twice where the Bad Boy glided right our the rolling turf. I could do without the spoiler and the fact that it's not a main stream mower like Kubota, exmark, toro, scag and others didn't matter after the demo. Totally sold me. The way that it's built is also the other reason. Two hydro pumps, two hydro filter, two hydro reservoirs, clear tubing so you can see the 20-50 oil flowing. just neat engineering. I was dead set on buying the Kubota. Ended up with the Bad Boy.
You don't have to put the arm rest up to engage the park brake. I just had the seat slide all the way forward which conflicted with the P-brake.
Here is the Kubota. Stuck like chuck! This was the second time.
Nice mower man! I have a ton running around here, its like a cult...lol.