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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Fareway Lawncare, Jan 14, 2005.
That would be an old kwick-kut
Sorry to correct the guy before me, but, the mower is a Kut-Kwik not a Kwikkut. They are made in Georgia. Very heavy duty. This appears to be an older model SlopeMaster. What kind of engine is on it? It doesn't appear to be original. Missing some sheetmetal too. Is it for sale? Would definitely be interested if it was. Let me know.
that thing is a beast! I wonder what it sounds like running!
well your in luck scrap metal prices are up
Where is you guys' sense of adventure and forward thinking. This thing is a diamond in the rough! Just needs some TLC if it is running. I assume it is running since it got to the parking lot somehow!
I have a kut-kwick that looks worse than that one. It has dual wheels behind. I bought it to mow a dam. It has a joy stick for steering instead of two levers. Looks real rough but mows anything anywhere!
I've been seeing them advertised in the trade mags a lot over the last few years. They seem to be a mean machine.
Are they like a ride on bushhog with very good slope ability? I want info.
Their website is pretty good. I saw one similar to this one for sale locally last season. I kick myself for not buying it and refurbing it. It went cheap. I talked to a sales rep from Kut-Kwik and he offered me any help I needed in getting parts for the old beast. He said they still carry most everything since the machine is so simple in design. Compared to new I could have had a real nice machine for decent investment. If you want new, call the company, they will send you a video of their equipment in operation. www.kut-kwik.com , I think
Thanks! ...but the link isn't correct.
I'll look it up in one of the mags.