ive been thinking, how terrible hard would it be to build a walkbehind? between myself and my friends we are rather knowledgable when it comes to mechanics and tools. i am thinking if we take all the best qualities of the walkbehinds out there and put it in one. like who has the best handlebar/steering? toro? how bout the best deck? johndeere maybe? the best engine? briggs? go and find a toro with a bad engine and take the steering from it, go and find a someone with a jd that put a new bigger deck on his and take the old one, go and find a used brigs engine? how hard would it be, has anyone ever done it? thinking if we do the labor might save a grand or two no? also was thinking about parts i already have. like i have a 44" deck for my craftsman tractor that i never use, has 3 blades and imagine how it would be if i put doubles on it. i also know people who have engines laying around, also the local flee market, usually they are good about letting u start them and test them to. I know plenty of people with welders and tools so that would not be a problem. then when all done give it a nice paint job and maybe even put the company name in bright print. just an idea, what do u all think?