The recent post about the dual mode sulky got me thinking about something. Imagine you are running a fixed sulky behind a hydro walkbehind and you're mowing next to a curb with the curb being on your left. You come to the corner of the yard and want to make a 90 degree turn to your right and continue mowing. When you make that turn, will the sulky end up swinging into the street? Or say you're trimming along a bed on your left and want to make a 90 degree turn to the right, will the sulky swing into the bed? I would think those would be good places for a trailing sulky, but then there's the problem of jackknifing when backing up. Maybe that dual mode sulky would be the way to go. You could use it in the trailing mode for trimming around the edges and switch to the fixed mode when you work your way into the yard and have more room. What do you think? Joel B.