Slope pictures

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by danmc, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. 4 Seasons

    4 Seasons LawnSite Member
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    OK Those are some pretty bad slopes. I have a couple of accounts w/ slopes that are ridiculous and the mowers that I use that work the best are my 54" Lesco ZTWO it has 24'x12'x12' tires and a wide wheel base and believe it or not a John Deere 48" Quik Track, that thing holds a hill like nobodys business. It takes some time to learn how to manouver it but after a while it becomes second nature.
     
  2. jason_2005lawnman

    jason_2005lawnman LawnSite Member
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    it is steeper than it looks; i cant get the ztr up it when its damp or wet without tearing up the grass; so now i use my exmark turf tracer on it; what a machine; i dont know how i mowed without it before;

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  3. gardener

    gardener LawnSite Member
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    for a w b to hold a straight line you need to have good belts and the correct belt adjustments. i have found many lawn operaters, never - never adjust there belts, they just talk trash on their equipment. also for most w - b that are used hard every season you should replace your drive belt every season, it's such a small price to pay to make your life a lot more comfertable. be a pro.
     
  4. Young Lawn Boy

    Young Lawn Boy LawnSite Member
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    Dont wright standers do okay on hills
     
  5. Pro-Lawn&Grounds

    Pro-Lawn&Grounds LawnSite Senior Member
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    I'd mows those digonally or vertically it would make the stripes looks sick from the house ...
     
  6. ygim

    ygim LawnSite Senior Member
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    scag turf tigers are awesome on hills...
     
  7. homerescue

    homerescue LawnSite Member
    from wv
    Posts: 117

    Toro G3, insane on a hillside.
     
  8. ygim

    ygim LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 300

    i just bought a bobcat not as good as my turf tiger on hill but it hold s its own
     

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