FLATLANDER RULES!!!!(sometimes)

gorrell

LawnSite Senior Member
I put my new dixie chopper flatlander 60" in the field for the first time today. Believe me when I say I am no longer a skeptic! There is no mower currently produced by any other manufacturer that will mow at the speeds this unit will. If the grounds were smooth enough it really is possible to do a credible mowing job at fifteen miles per hour. Most applications obviously won't allow such speeds, but once in a while(WOW) just like having your first hot rod! I'm pumped up. I've been in this business for over forteen years, have tried Bobcat, Bunton, Jacobsen, Scag, Exmark, and Grasshopper. All these machines have their merits. Most all have an advantage over the flatlander on side hills(turf boss 2 tires suck), but put me out in the open and I'll out mow any other 60", and most 72" machines on the market. No longer a skeptic, now a believer. I know I sound like a commercial, but you've got to experience a chopper to believe what they can do. MHO, Lynn
 

HOMER

LawnSite Gold Member
What a plug for the choppers! My 50&quot; is fast as greased....... pig stuff....... I wouldn't have a problem &quot;lining&quot; her up with anything on the market. I was always a skeptic before I bought my first on, they won't cut grass at 10-15 mph...........I found out just like you that they can and will........best investment I ever made!<p>Homer
 

Getmow

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
VA
I am glad to here those comments. I have 2 xw2200's and have loved them. I am waiting for my new flatlander to arrive now.
 

HOMER

LawnSite Gold Member
One more thing, turn your hat backwards and don't smile too big, those bugs don't taste that good!<p>Homer
 

carlsmower

LawnSite Member
10 ago today this is some of what we were discussing

What has changed in your business in the last 10 years?

How cool it is that lawnsite is still going strong, thank you Sean
 
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