Hello, I bought a 2011 Super Z late summer in 2012 from a Nokesville, VA Hustler dealer, that (Jim) sold as his personal mower having 16hrs on it. He told me it has the full Hustler warranty, so I bought it. He charged me for delivery, and delivered it empty on fuel. This was my first sign of making a mistake, but a shiny new machine with false statements won me over, so it is what it is. I filled it up 1/2 full in each tank and started mowing. Left tank nearly gone, I switched to right, and it died shortly thereafter. I verified the valve was good, will not start, checked the fuel line and it was dry. I went back to the left, a bit of cranking to get fuel back into the lines and carb and it started up. Back to the left and it died again shortly thereafter. Fuel line is dry again. I called Jim, told him the issue, he told me to run off the left tank, he never used the right tank himself and one tank is all you really need. WTF, this is a nearly new machine, it has two tanks, both tanks should work, and it should be a warranty issue! So he said to bring it in for them to look at, but if I want the warranty, I need to pay the transfer fee. WTF-2, when I bought it from you, you said it had a full warranty, no mention of an extra fee to transfer the warranty. He said this is no different than if you buy a used car, and it's only $120 to do the transfer, no big deal. Well it is to me as you are seemingly nickel and dime-ing me since the purchase. First the delivery fee, delivered empty on fuel, and now this. Even used, I still paid near $10K for this unit. I could have bought a new SCAG TT with free delivery, and free pick-up and delivery for servicing too. So I never took it in, never talked to Jim again, ended that summer with 40hrs on the Super Z. Now I am in summer 2, have about 65 hours on it at this time, and I am really unhappy that it only has one (left) working fuel tank. The FX1000V gulps fuel and running on one tank means more time lost to stop and fill it. I also ran it out of fuel a couple of times not paying close attention, a good hike back to get fuel really torqued me further on this issue. Also, the left tank developed an issue where the line holding the fuel cap gets twisted up and caught where it barely comes off the tank, meaning I have to play with that for more lost time at nearly every fill-up now. So, my question, can a Hustler rep on this site respond to me with positive news to resolve my issue before I turn completely sour on Hustler, sell it as-is and go buy something else (preferably DFI or Diesel based on the fuel this large twin uses). Thanks.