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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by T Scapes, Jan 16, 2013.
Looks like scag stole ecs from exmark
Please update on how that new drive system works. Looks like Scag might get my full business very soon.
How does it even remotely look like eXmark's ECS? Aside from maybe the control locking mechanism, it looks more like what you'd find in a Husquvarna WB. Look's like they went back to pistol grips, but this is the control system they had before http://www.americanlisted.com/misso...k_behind_mowers_2300_high_ridge_15503737.html
i more with exmark the the husqvarna, the husky atleast from that picture looks like everything is vertical and the new scags are angled like exmark only not as high. some of parts look the same so i can see where your coming from on that. The top levers do seem to be in similar postions but the gold colored ones look like there almost under the the hand bars. just my opinion not trying to start a debate or anything
Could very well be by the way it's angled, but I say husky influence due to it being connected and the way the safety's are. Take out the connecting point, open the spacing in the grips a bit, paint it red and I'd say you'd be pretty close to eXmark's ECS without copying it exactly.
Stuff like this makes me wish I was still in the game for myself, all these new mowers coming out with new features.
Good luck with the demo man!
a mulch job and we planted some plants 8 total 3 in the pots and 5 in the bed
pictures from today before rain got the best of us
Did you use the scag walkbehind to cut any of those lawns in the pictures?
no those were all with my 61in tiger cat. I will get some tomorrow when we cut. We were still getting used to it so they wernt pretty but ill post some later tomorrow after were done.
get some pictures of the stripe that the walkbehind lays