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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Lawn Masters, Sep 3, 2005.
I was wondering, Whay doesnt Dixie chopper feature a WB like most other brands do?
The have their version of a walk behind, but they call it their "Run Behind".
They do, its the "Run Behind" model.
I was thinking more like a conventional machine, you know, a slightly better looking unit, or something like a turf tracer. but I neglected to check out the Run behind model.
It looks like a pretty mean machine. I would like to check one out. Anyone know how much?
i herd it wasnt good at all....it guzzles gas.........really heavy......you cant "yank" it around like a regular wb.....they suck on hills......they are HUGE....no much smaller than a Zmower
You should have tried one then. With a 28 hp engine it will use more fuel then a normal walkbehind but it also has the power to go through stuff a normal walkbehind won't at speeds that will buckle a Kawasaki KAI engine. If you take the riding platform off (it's easily removable) it's actually shorter than most every walkbehind except the Quick. Yes it is true that you can't muscle the mower but why would you want to. It has the most advanced hydro system available and will do anything you want it to with little effort. The only reason I don't have one is they aren't available in a 36".
Ok, well, I guess I aint getting one either then, if it doesnt come with a 36" deck optionally.