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Byer(I think) mowers???

FFMED74

LawnSite Member
Location
Indiana
Anybody ever heard of the above brand? My pastor has one and I looked at it today, dusty but looked good, it was way back in barn. I need a 36" and it would do, if they are descent. I only need it for mayde 1 or 2 yards. Just wondered if anyone could help.
Thanks!
 

John Gamba

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
ct
Originally posted by FFMED74
Anybody ever heard of the above brand? My pastor has one and I looked at it today, dusty but looked good, it was way back in barn. I need a 36" and it would do, if they are descent. I only need it for mayde 1 or 2 yards. Just wondered if anyone could help.
Thanks!
I think its a Buyers gold.
 

Birddog Lawncare

LawnSite Member
Location
Ohio
It's a Byers Gold. The owner of the company used to be with Bunton and then started his own business. THey are cheap, but well built as far as I'm concerned. I just bought that was used strictly as a back-up mower for a large lawn service. I paid $500 for a 36' WB. It starts on the first pull everytime. I'm pretty happy with it. I was told you can buy parts for it from Landscaper's Supply.
 
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FFMED74

FFMED74

LawnSite Member
Location
Indiana
Funny that you say Landscaper supply, I own one of those 48" belt , but will be moving it to back up soon I hope. I started very small and little money, now that things are improving I can look for a new front line mower, not that the byer will be that, exmark hydro....Front line, 36" for small gated yards and such.
 


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