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Quality Lawn Mowers

Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Leaf_it_out, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. Leaf_it_out

    Leaf_it_out LawnSite Member
    from Hull
    Posts: 2

    Can anyone recommend a good lawn mower for commercial use, that can last more than one grass cutting season? thanks
  2. djchiodo3

    djchiodo3 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 345

    How much do you want to spend? Buy out right or finance? What size machine? Need to be specific when asking such a broad question. What dealers are near you? Gas or diesel? Ect,ect...
  3. Cummins343

    Cummins343 LawnSite Silver Member
    from Kansas
    Posts: 2,468

    Wright stander
  4. thewall

    thewall LawnSite Member
    Posts: 104

    are you in the UK and are we talking about push or ride-on.
  5. Leaf_it_out

    Leaf_it_out LawnSite Member
    from Hull
    Posts: 2

    In the UK and push Mowers, thank you
  6. clean_cut

    clean_cut LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,327

    A push mower 21"?
    Toro, Honda, etc.

    Or a Walk Behind 36"-61"

    Scag, Exmark, Wright, Great Dane, etc.

    We need to know more about what you're going to use it for though. Also base you decision on dealer support.
  7. thewall

    thewall LawnSite Member
    Posts: 104

    I have always used Hayter or Honda they may cost alot but over time they are worth the money and parts are easy to come by most dealerships have them.The Hayter has belt driven wheels and can this can slip when going up slopes but it does cut very well,the Honda is direct drive and will go up any slope cuts well and i also like the seperate hight ajustment on the wheels which makes cutting easier when wet.:englandflag:

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