Pro V and sulky. What works best????

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by dapozer, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. dapozer

    dapozer LawnSite Member
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    I am testing a Pro v 48 and wondering what sulky people are using? I am unable to demo/test a rs-s single wheel and have tried a bullrider (I am not a fan) and Velke x2. The x2 is my favorite but i feel like I am way to far back and lean over way to much. What is everyone else using?
     
  2. jfoxtrot9

    jfoxtrot9 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Jungle wheels is similar to the velke but you can adjust how far the platform is from the mower to best fit you.
     
  3. metro36

    metro36 LawnSite Silver Member
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    I dont have a pro-v but proslide is the best sulky in my opinion. I have used the velke x1 and x2, exmark standon, toro tru track, and jungle wheels. I find proslide to be the most comfortable, efficient, and it leaves some sweet stripes.
     
  4. Bates Lawn Care

    Bates Lawn Care LawnSite Member
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    Im with Metro36 proslide is the best
     
  5. dutchacres

    dutchacres LawnSite Senior Member
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    I have the rss scag sulky for my pro v and don't waste your money on it. This is the first single wheel sulky I have ever owned and will be my last. It isn't bad and is built great but I think it is to far off the ground and the caster wheel doesn't spin so it makes it a challenge to back up. I am actually looking to replace mine with another brand but would like to stick with the fixed sulky w/ caster wheels. I do know that velke offers two different lengths of the arm coming back from the mower. When I purchased my Deere 7H17 they put the longer one on it and I felt like I was leaning over all the time so they switched it to the shorter one and made so much difference.
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  6. dapozer

    dapozer LawnSite Member
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    Sent you a pm.
    Shawn
     

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