In the post about advantages between wb's and ztr's, someone said he could mow a 60 or 70 degree slope with a ztr. WRONG!!! I did see this the other day. I went to Beaufort, S.C. to hydroseed a pond for a guy. When I got there, he was mowing the banks of an adjacent pond with a John Deere ztr. Now I don't know how many degrees were in the slope or anything, but I do know it looked the same as the slope I was hydroseeding and you had to lean up hill just walk the slope. This guy had a truck up on the hill with one end of a logging chain hooked to it. The other end of the chain was hooked to the ztr about halfway down the slope. The ztr was running with the up hill side tires just hitting the ground every few feet, but they did get the slope cut. Looked as good as if they had tried to do it with weed eaters. Anyone else seen anything like this before?