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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by RABBITMAN11, Mar 17, 2009.
And even the generation before.........
Thats what larry needs!
Yeah, me too ... I was thinking that I didn't see any 45 degree slopes there !!
By the house there is a 45 degree hill.............
I was one of them, very happy I did. Looking forward to a prosperous, workout free season.
Hows the weight compare to a average commercial grade mower? Any problems with rutting or even getting stuck in lawns?
HEY Rabbitman have you seen the new cub cadet mower?Yeah its has a steering wheel that basically LOCKS THE CASTERS.I have read it runs circles around ANY mower out there.Even pro mowers can have the time saver of ZERO TURN, with locking casters ,and safely mow hills like no other.
No doubt the Z-Spray looks like a quality unit. However I would take my PG Centri on those hills and eat them for breakfast in New England those would not even qualify for slopes. IMHO
Centri? What are those, about 10 yrs old now??