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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Robert S, Feb 15, 2007.
im looking for a fair priced walk behind any one own the redhawk
if you are a homeowner, go for it.
Otherwise, I don't advise. I looked at it, not impressive.
Plus, you won't have a big outlett for parts.
I just bought a 32" belt drive Red Hawk. So far I have only cut my front yard with it........but I like it so far.
Belive they are made in China.
Yeah there made in china and so is just about everything else that everyone owns in this country. I have looked at them and they look like decent mowers especially when you consider price. I'm not sure if I would want one for a main mower but for a backup why not. If your just starting out www.landscaperpro.com has a nice setup for little money that would get you up and running. I wouldn't replace my Toro's with Redhawks but I do think they would make a decent backup mower. Before you go out and bash China made products you may want to consider that if you bought anything in the last 5 years it was made in China. Do you like your TVs, Phones, Computers and the list goes on. Your using a computer to be on this site aren't you? Did you know that all motherboards used for computers are made in China these day's, I bet not. I wish things were still made in this country but the sad truth is there not.
And I bet not either. There are still a few motherboards that are populated in the US. Although they are becomming few and far between. I worked previously for a company that produced quite a large number of motherboards for Dell and HP, along with large rack cards/assys. for Cisco.
what are the mowers brand at lawn pro
Look into a Quick 36 ot a Fast 44. http://www.betteroutdoorproducts.com/
I was waiting for that. And best of all made in america...