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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Chestnut Oaks Prez, Dec 15, 2008.
Maybe he was talkin about just a plain old Walker..
I wonder if your customers will start to think that they are getting the short end of the stick after they see that..
they don't see it............................. it's left prez's house once since he got it, and only cut with once (@ Prez's house) for about 20 minutes worth while it was dry out.
Yea! you better get a few more towels on the trailer!!, You will need them for the cleanups!
beautiful machine!! How's that suspension seat? Do the armrests get in your way? Or have you not had enough time on it to tell?
Enjoy, I'm sure it would be hard not to.
It is really takin some getting used to. Arm rest are great but the seat sits really high. Got off of it today and got on one off our others, it was sooo much lower. The new seat is great when you hit a bump you didn't see coming, obsorbs the shock great and the lumbar in the back is cool too. I think I will get used to it
Thanks for the info. I know things can get a little bumpy at the higher speeds on the Walkers so I'm sure the suspension would be nice.
I'm sure my dad would like one of those, If I ever let him use it. Just kidding.
I wonder if Walker Mfg. will ever make a heated seat? Down here nobody would buy it but up north I'm sure their would be a market especially if they use it for snow plowing or blowing.