Hey everybody. Ok, so i have a ferris 36" belt, my first real mower. I just got a fixed wheel sulky for it, and it's pretty awesome, because on those long stretches i can bust out at 5mph. And it's fun as hell too. But my problem is the turns: divots! As we all know, to avoid leaving divots, you can't flat out zero-turn by pivoting on one wheel, because that tears the grass up. Now everybody with a nice fancy hydro can just spin their wheels in the opposite direction to turn around, but us poor belt guys sometimes have to push and pull our mowers around a little bit. My problem is that it's kinda impossible to do that on a sulky, which is why i've not been using my new toy as much as i had hoped i would . Anyone else have this problem? I 'd like a quick fix. My idea is to maybe just put some bigger tires on. Do you think that might work? Or am i just stuck having to turn a little bit wider from now on and lose the zero turning capability? Thanks a bunch.