Watch my review from an Exmark lover to a Husqvarna starting this year

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by soloscaperman, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. Ridin' Green

    Ridin' Green LawnSite Fanatic
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    Subscribed. The deck on these machines is a near identical twin to the 7 Iron underneath, and the posts from other here who run them say nothing but great stuff about them. Too bad there isn't a Husky dealer here who stocks the larger ones. They'll order you one in, but only after you put money down on it, and I don't buy Z's that way unless I already have a good bit of knowledge about, and experience with them previously.
     
  2. weaver

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    Is'nt this Husqvarna a home owner model/entry level commercial? I think this mower would better compare to a Quest or Pioneer in the Exmark line up..
     
  3. whiffyspark

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    No

    They're much better built than Youre typical entry level commercial. Most people will never need a pz
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  4. Ridin' Green

    Ridin' Green LawnSite Fanatic
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    Husqvarna calls them entry level commercial themselves here on their site-

    "Husqvarna M-ZT 52

    The new M-ZT series zero-turn mower from Husqvarna takes performance, productivity, and comfort to a whole new entry-commercial level. The intuitive operator interface, heavy-duty steel frame and commercial rated hydraulic system create the ultimate mowing experience. With a rugged fabricated steel deck that is mulch and collection capable, the M-ZT is practical for all of your property maintenance needs. The high back seat with armrests and adjustable ergonomic steering levers will provide a comfortable ride time after time."


    I agree they are nice, but they are still entry level commercial machines, especially with that engine.
     
  5. weaver

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  6. whiffyspark

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    Correct me if I'm wrong but aren't the decks identical? Or very very close to the pz

    Personally I'm not spending 10 grand on a damn lawn mower. Everyone complains about trucks lawn prices etc. But 10 grand for a lawn mower is perfectly fine.

    Lol
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  7. weaver

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    Oh don't get me wrong. That big one they got would probably give any mower out there a run for there money.. It looks really good..
     
  8. whiffyspark

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    Ever since Jim left they kind of died off on here. They had a good following and then when he left, no one talked about them anymore
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  9. weaver

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  10. whiffyspark

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    Sle is cheapest in the country for them. Theres a pz-t as well. Its one step under from that
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