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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by TNWS, Mar 7, 2012.
I was treated bad by bad boy but some people love them.
Sorry, I meant to quote Kev. You just happened to get luck and get two mowers that are actually holding together. Most of the others I know have had nothing but trouble with CC.
I have a Enforcer 44. I was told it was going to have all the problems you say you had. But, It has run flawless. I havent had any throw belts, no deck issues, nothing but, a grass cutting machine. Dont have any problem recommending it to anyone.
How does a cub cadet tank cut? Wet grass? What about the tank s? Im interested in a top of the line commercial mower with a steering wheel.
I have a tank m60 and last year at the end of the season I bought a new tank lz 60 because of price , cub cadets price is good but I do not like the lz 60 compared to the m60 I wish they would have kept the m60 and upgraded the belt size on it. I do not know about the steering wheel model have no experience with that stuff. This year I am looking to switch to a new mower brand I also do not like the control handles they scrape my legs , kinda anoying when using , what do you guys recomend going to thats the best mower for the money?
I bought two new tank LZ 60in in march of 2012, at the end of the season they both have about 600hours on them, they were a very good machine, I had to mow in the rain a few times and had to cut some grass that was a foot tall and the machine had no problem doing this. The only problem is there are two stabilizer bars in the front that holed the deck up I broke three of them, in May cub cadet came out with a new bar that allows for some give, the old part didnt allow for the give. I did mow over a lot of ground that was very rough had plenty of ruts in the yards and the machine held up great.
Also I have a really good relationship with my dealer so problem was fixed very quickly, that also makes all the difference.
I love mine. Tank M60. I've had it 5 years now. Use it to cut my 2 acre residential lawn. It's solid.
I don't understand this, but my grass was super high the other day (I was away on vacation). I cut it yesterday and it started to rain. Grass was soaked and the thing didn't clumb and I didn't have to rake anything the next day. Here's the weird thing, normally when my grass is let go and that high, it would definitely leave too much grass on each pass, but nothing when it was wet. Why did this cut so good when everything was wet???
Grass could be thinner then when you normally let it get taller. Grass is thinning out now due to the heat.