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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LASTEC, Oct 18, 2005.
you asked for pics.
most interesting. what is the msrp?
Great pics and great looking machine, but I don't understand the articulation from the pictures. Could you explain it?
dang, think its got enough casters on the front? looks to me like a regular ZTR.
but the deck articulate, like a gang of mowers, reducing scalping. on bumpy yards, and ones with hills, I think it will be a great improvement.
Can you see a Center wheel mark like on a one wheel sulky on cool season grasses.
When I first saw that there was an articulated mower, I imagined that it would be hinged like an articulated locomotive. It appears that it articulates along it's fore/aft axis. Is that correct? If so does each rear wheel mount to the same side frame as it's front counterpart?
Need Video's, more pictures, and specs.
I would find it very difficult to mow w/o a trim side.
Can you explain the foot pedals? What are they used for?
I believe you can control the mower with your feet or your hands. I don't know how you would do reverse with your feet though.
a video would be great.
The deck is reverse oriented... like turning your deck around on your machine.
Then each cutting chamber is able to articulate... following the outside casters.