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Who has 32" Wright Stander?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Mowgli, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. Mowgli

    Mowgli LawnSite Member
    Posts: 183

    How much did you pay for it? I called a dealer today and he quoted me $5200.
    Does it sound right? I read some good posts about this mower on this site, but i think the price still too much for 32" mower. It costs almost the same as the 36" deck. Is it really that good of a mower? I can buy other brand for the half of a price of the stander.
    Fill me in on this.
  2. leafitalawn

    leafitalawn LawnSite Member
    Posts: 108

    I paid $4200 for mine this past december..
  3. Itsgottobegreen

    Itsgottobegreen LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,177

    Don't have one. But will when my 32" metro dies. The 36 and 32" are the same machine other than the tires and deck width. So they should almost be the same price.

    Well other 32" mowers that are half the price are going to be belt driven. So no real reverse. Walking. Long machine in a tight area. Slower. ETC.
  4. Mowgli

    Mowgli LawnSite Member
    Posts: 183

    How does it perform on steep hill? It looks very narrow. i was worry it may tip over very easy.
  5. Itsgottobegreen

    Itsgottobegreen LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,177

    Well its not like its bigger brothers in the tank like hill climbing and sideways mowing on hills. But it will well for its size on minor hills. But it will do better than the 34" gravely ztr on hills.

    Since like the rest of the standers you can use your body weight to gain traction and counter balance the machine. It sits just as low as any other 32" machines. Its just having the controls over the engine, that makes it look higher. So it makes you think it would flip over. I rather run one on hill, than my 32" metro.

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