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Customers want different cut heights what to do on site.

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Rll131, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. inHaliburton

    inHaliburton LawnSite Member
    from Picton
    Messages: 197

    Thanks, fellas.
  2. Rll131

    Rll131 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 133

    Ended up selling it and got a floating deck soooooooo much better so glad I did cost a decent amount more though.
  3. LifeBack Lawns

    LifeBack Lawns LawnSite Member
    Messages: 216

    They are a bit more, but worth every penny. It will make up for the time adjusting spacers and such. You will probably get it back in a couple months. By the way, what did you end up getting?
  4. OakNut

    OakNut LawnSite Platinum Member
    Messages: 4,104

    Height adjustment was one of the reasons I bought a Ferris.


    Just give those cranks a few twists and you've got your adjustment - in ANY increment you desire - not just "notches" to pre-set heights.

  5. inHaliburton

    inHaliburton LawnSite Member
    from Picton
    Messages: 197

    Nice piece of equipment.
  6. 123hotdog

    123hotdog LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 485

    Two things have cost me allot of lawns. I refuse to cut residential lawns
    bi-weekly and I refuse to cut lower than 3 1/2 inches. People who want these things usually don't care one bit about you or your equipment. I have stuck to my guns on both these issues for the entire seven years I have been in business. I will let a lawn go every single time I get the lower and less often question.

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