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32" or 36"

TGG

LawnSite Member
Location
calgary,alberta
Im kind of having a problem deciding to get the 32" or 36" Metro. Now I know everyone will say get the 36" based on productivitiy but I have to deal with gates in my neighbourhood and I certainly don't want to have a piece of equipment that is usless. Any suggestions would help.
 

Gordons Landscape

LawnSite Member
Location
olathe, KS
I bought a 32 to start my company with and later found out it was a mistake. I should have bought a 48 and kept my push mower. Would have helped me in the long run. But if you have ALOT of back yards it might help you...........But probibly not. IMO
 

Kohls Landscaping Co

LawnSite Member
Location
Springboro, OH
I also started out with a single blade 32" walk behind. I would definately recommed the 36 w/two blades. In my experience, the two smaller blades do a better job of cutting and discharging the grass compared to the large single blade.
 

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LawnSite Member
Location
Baton rouge , LA
i have 36 inch scag and have ran into only one gate that it didn't fit.
 
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