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Have you seen the new TURF magazine yet?

logan

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
FL
On the back cover of the Turf Magazine there is a picture of the husquavarna rider with a tunnel ram deck. It looks exactly like the everride warrior. Does anyone know the difference?
 

Envy Lawn Service

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
North Carolina
They are in fact different machines in a lot of ways.

However, neither machine has proven itself worthy of commercial service.
Steer clear.
 

EJK2352

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Salem, Ohio
The Husqvarna Tunnel Ram deck is a poor excuse for a deck. A friend bought one in the spring, and is trying to sell it to buy another Hustler. He said the tunnel just packs full when the grass is lush,and makes a total mess w/ clumps falling out everywhere.
 

Envy Lawn Service

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
North Carolina
EJK2352 said:
The Husqvarna Tunnel Ram deck is a poor excuse for a deck. A friend bought one in the spring, and is trying to sell it to buy another Hustler. He said the tunnel just packs full when the grass is lush,and makes a total mess w/ clumps falling out everywhere.
:laugh: LMAO :laugh:

The old ACS flat top decks were a better design.
They just couldn't seem to build a straight one out of the materials they use.
Hence the tunnel on the nose of the deck as an attempt to reinforce it IMHO.

Trust me.... been there.
Just say no to Yazoo/Kees-Husquvarna.... see ya :waving:
 
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