These Exmark's any good?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Cuttinitclose, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. Cuttinitclose

    Cuttinitclose LawnSite Bronze Member
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    2004 Exmark Lazer Z CT: $3,700, 44", 18hp Kohler, 420 Hrs.

    2003 Exmark Lazer Z CT: $3,800, 44", 18hp Kohler, 198 Hrs.

    Either one any good? Have not seen in person. I was looking on Exmarks Preowned Site.
     
  2. mowerdude777

    mowerdude777 LawnSite Silver Member
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    any thing made by exmark is good:laugh:
     
  3. Cuttinitclose

    Cuttinitclose LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Im talking about years and hours and that stuff.
     
  4. mowerdude777

    mowerdude777 LawnSite Silver Member
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    I read the post, I just ment the replie as a joke. I would go with the 2003, my exmark is a 2003 and still has plenty of life in it
     
  5. Cuttinitclose

    Cuttinitclose LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Do you have any pics? I would appreciate it!
     
  6. SfTD_service_CENTER

    SfTD_service_CENTER LawnSite Senior Member
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    yeah they are a 44" deck is the best size ther is in my opinion!!! it can do big and small and everything inbetween and it follows the contours of a yard excelent! i would buy a 44" regardless of brand but since it is a exmark i wouldnt hesitate. your younger it is perfect for you, go for it which ever one floats your boat better!
     
  7. SfTD_service_CENTER

    SfTD_service_CENTER LawnSite Senior Member
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    whoops i didnt look at the model engine! listen if it is a single cylinder it might be good but some of the single kohler comand motors had issues and if it didnt have regular oil changes it will be a dud. they are however easy to replace with vtwin, and like i said before a 44 is a perfect do it all deck they dont scew anything up and they have a awsome cut!
     
  8. Cuttinitclose

    Cuttinitclose LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I'm gonna call about the '04, Monday. Its only 15 miles from me.
     
  9. 4.3mudder

    4.3mudder LawnSite Silver Member
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    I didn't think they made single cylinder up to 18 horse. I could be wrong, but I think anything in that horse range should be a twin anyway.
     
  10. bighaydenslawn

    bighaydenslawn LawnSite Senior Member
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    Yeah I was looking at a Deere with an 18.5 single cylinder, but I went up to a 23 twin cylinder. So much more power.


    Glad to see you are finally considering a good ZTR Foffel! JK...... just giving ya a hard time. How is that FS 90 workin for ya'?
     

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