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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by LawnMastersTN, May 11, 2012.
All John Deere. Just bought a brand new 920A. I see a lot of people use Exmark. Excellent brand. My choice came down to service. I have an awesome local JD dealer. We do minor service work ourselves but use them for anything else. When a mower goes in for work they give us a loaner so we have no down time.
Kubota MX4700 and Grasshopper 725g2
Haven't had a chance to run any of the newer Deere mowers, only older yellow deck WBs, and REAL old green deck WBs. JD dealer that is 15 minutes from me are D*CKS. I drive an hour to get parts for my 14SX becuase they are so good to me, but its few are far between when I need to go there so wouldnt be a good choice for me to switch. Have a Scag dealer and a Napa within 10 minutes (Napa has alot of parts for scags)
John Deere. I have a great local dealer.
I have too much equipment but you know how it is, as soon as you get rid of something you need it.
2 x Ransomes Parkway
Shiubaura cm364 with flail & mulcher deck
Amazone profihopper 4x4i
Kubota L42 with loader
Blec stone burier
Blec rota rake
Landpride box scraper
Gandani Biomatich 85 shredder
2 x Hardy sprayers
Truck mounted leaf vac
Pto hurricane blower
Little wonder blower
2 x Ferris 52" walk behind
2 x Hayter Concorde
5 x Husqvarna mulchers
Numerous hedge Stihl & Echo hedge cutters, blowers and chain saws
Smart fortwo, for calls and quotes and for fun to be honest
Mitsubishi canter beavertail
2 x Toyota Hilux crewcabs
Vauxhall movano, tipper
16" triple axle Ifor Williams trailer
12" Ifor Williams tipper trailer
12" Ifor Williams trailer
Toyota 2T forklift
Snowex salt spreader
DC is not even on the list.
Been a solid mower and they have made some great head way on more dealers in my area.
anyone hear ever heard of a Schweiss? haha run one of those 72" and a 36" scag and a 36" exmark. Also have a 33" troy built built but it hardly ever gets used last case scenario.
I have a Dixon Ram 50.
Great mower so far with only 120 hrs.