Quick 36 Performance

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by preferredlawn, May 3, 2004.

  1. preferredlawn

    preferredlawn LawnSite Member
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    I have been using a Quick 36 for about 30 days and have not been dissapointed with the performance of this machine. I have had one small problem (spot weld) and got fixed in about an hour. I have used as a finishing mower, cut vacant lots, up hills, down hills, used with high lift blades and Gator blades and I have not been dissappointed with the performance or service I have received from this machine. I have not purchased a bagger, am waiting for mulch kit, (made a plate for now) but I do not expect any problems with either. I try to look at different mowers before I purchase and buy what I feel will work best for me, and this mower has worked well to date, and fits my needs. Even though I did not test drive this machine I did call and ask a few questions before I purchased and was impressed with the professionalism shown by Gary and his staff. I bought and use the machine because it fits my needs, is easy to operate, is a great value, and does what I expected it to do, and I have not been dissappointed!
     
  2. Eric 1

    Eric 1 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    How does it steer.Do you heave it around or what.
     
  3. proenterprises

    proenterprises LawnSite Silver Member
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    thats exactly what i was wondering. i dont think you would even be able to use a sulky with this machine.

    it seems its about the same as a steutch sleath but with a bigger deck and motor? let me know how you feel about this?
     
  4. work_it

    work_it LawnSite Senior Member
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    Forgive me for asking, but what the heck is a steutch sleath? You seem to have caught me off guard with that one.
     
  5. preferredlawn

    preferredlawn LawnSite Member
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    The steering is really simple with very little effort from the operator, not hard to turn at all. It's lightweight but has alot of power, not sure about a sulky, I had rather walk.
     
  6. John Gamba

    John Gamba LawnSite Fanatic
    from ct
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    Have you had it across a hill??
    John
     
  7. Tharrell

    Tharrell LawnSite Silver Member
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    Thanks, your check is in the mail. just kidding
     
  8. preferredlawn

    preferredlawn LawnSite Member
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    It does better up and down rather than across, but it depends on the slope. It has plenty of power pulling up a hill, and you can really control the speed going down a hill. Hope this helps!
     
  9. John Gamba

    John Gamba LawnSite Fanatic
    from ct
    Posts: 10,812

    Thats a plus controlling down hill:cool:

    John
     

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