scag 36 ztr rider info

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Anthony-MB, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. Anthony-MB

    Anthony-MB LawnSite Member
    from georgia
    Posts: 109

    pages of the new Scag 36 ztr

    hope this works

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  2. vipermanz

    vipermanz LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,773

    works for me, looks like it might have a good future to me
  3. Lawnchoice

    Lawnchoice LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 781

    What do they get for the 42" ?
  4. procut

    procut LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,853

    Why isn't that cute. Anybody have any ideas on pricing?
  5. DSIM

    DSIM LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 440

    My dealer told me that the msrp was around $6k. Told me I could get it for $5900. No way! IMO this is a ridiculous price. The DC 36" I could get for around $4500.
    Both of these are heavier and cost thousands more than my Fastrak 36. The scagg is 300lbs heavier.
    The manufacturers seem bent on making these mowers like a tank. Thats good for long lasting but couldnt they keep the decks the same but lighten up the frame? These mowers are too heavy for heavily irrigated residentials in the south.
  6. Lawnchoice

    Lawnchoice LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 781

    6k is way too much IMO.

    For 6k you could have gotten a 48-19 Tiger Cub last fall. Way too much!
  7. procut

    procut LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,853

    Six grand, is that some kind of a joke. Thats almost as much as a 25hp 52" Toro!
  8. grass_cuttin_fool

    grass_cuttin_fool LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,503

    I cant remember what the Scag Rep at the GIE in Charlotte told me it cost, seems like it was 4999-5500 dollars. It is to close in price to the tiger cub I think to be a big seller in my opinion. It is a solid built mower, just like the other tigers just a smaller unit. The more i think about it the price was 5500 bux just 500 less the the cub.
    If I needed a 36'' cut I would go with a walk behind and if it was a very large area I think I would be willing to split the cost of a larger gate with the customer to get a bigger mower in the area.

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