Tru Cut Dealers?

Discussion in 'Florida Lawn Care Forum' started by carbpow, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. If your buying for your own use, Tru-culture will do just fine... Get a c27.
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  2. carbpow

    carbpow LawnSite Member
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    I tried a Fiskar push reel mower and I really like the cut as compared to a rotary on Empire. The new Fiskar chain drive is a really nice push mower and is light years removed from the old type but now there is no doubt that I need to get a gas reel. One thing I noticed is the amount of trimming increases with a reel as opposed to a rotary and a string trimmer just doesn't work as well as I like on Empire. Looks shabby so now I am looking for trimmer.
    Any ideas?
     
  3. If your willing to invest the money, buy a muryama landscape blade. It is a reel on a stick. String trimmers on sports turf should be a no-no.
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  4. carbpow

    carbpow LawnSite Member
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    I found a Toro Greensmaster 1600 26" for a good price and in excellent condition but wonder if it's too much mower for my 4500 sq feet.
    Thoughts?
     
  5. How much??
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  6. carbpow

    carbpow LawnSite Member
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    Less than $1000 is the asking price.
     
  7. If it is in excellent shape and needs a sharpening at most, I would buy it...
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  8. carbpow

    carbpow LawnSite Member
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    Thanks ! I will do so.
    I am really impressed with this Empire and it deserves to be properly cared for. This mower should last me a very long time, it does a need a sharpening but not much.
     
  9. Well, a sharpening is a sharpening. Take it to a pro...again, I'd go to uncle Bims...
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  10. Ira

    Ira LawnSite Silver Member
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    Looks like that mower has a maximum height of cut of 1.25". Are you okay with that?
     

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