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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by JohnnyRocker, Jan 3, 2010.
Just roll with it man!
Standers are too heavy. If safety is your primary concern, the W/B is the no-brainer choice.
i have never considered standers to bo too heavy, but io can disagree further...to me,i feel a stander to be more safe as you cant slip and fall on a stander as you arenot walking on grassy uneven terrain on a hill that you could trip etc on.
I would say that a wb is much better than stander on a hill, safety wise. But I think some standers are just as good as wb's on a hill, such as the wright ZK.
Who said anything about walking? Haven't bothered with that approach in years!
That's what I was thinking. There are velkies.
And that is my choice as well. Who would want to walk?
Indeed. The polls are still open on this topic.
yeah, i know about velkes, but you cant ride those on a serious incline, i know and i have tried before when we used that set up as our main one. that is where my opinion comes from if that helps you to understand. i have mowed all ways on hills, with walkbehinds, tried also with a velke(failed), standers and many types of ztr's.
with this experience over many years now i can very much say the safest, most ground hugging mower i have ever used is the standers we have. so we will agree to disagree, but my experience has proven this, not a suggestion or educated guess.