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Hello, you can spin one wheel forward & one back w/the T-bar & complete a true zero turn, however you will have Much Less Contol over the individual wheel spin than w/ a twin lever system.
I found w/T-Bar hydros that the slower 3-point turns were more often necessary to avoid turf damage.
If you are cutting allot of very tight areas & or hilly areas, pistols or better yet an ECS equipped eXmark would be a wise choice.
Well, if you got it and only mulch fine, but it doesn't discharge as well, I've had one. The convertible aspect is a big plus, though. I also had a 44" T bar hydro. Harder to zero than I wanted. With practice, acceptable, but still too jumpy. But I do mostly quick 3 point turns anyway to avoid damage. Standing on a sulky I would think a zero would be hard to pull off w/o tearing some turf.
Gee I guess I have screwed up again. Well the thing is ordered so I will hope it works good enough for me. One of the nicest lawns in town is done by a guy with that deck so that is what gave me the idea of getting it.