Ok what I mean is, say you have a lawn that is 7,000 s.f. and the front can be cut with 52" mower but the back has a gate that may not allow a 32" in much less a 36". So you use a 21" on it if thats the only size you have other than 52" right? I know what I can make per hour using the 52" but I can't get no where near that using a 21" my prices would be double what anyone else would charge. I can make for instance $50 an hour with the 52". I want to make just as much with the 21" because 1) i have to walk 2) "why settle for less than your best"? I mean if you can make more then why not? I know the 52" has more overhead, but not THAT much. I did a bunch of fliers yesterday in a nice neighborhood with small gates. I don't know for sure but they looked like a 36" wouldn't fit through maybe not even a 32". If I got a few of these I'd make due with a 21" for this year but next year I'd get or make a 26 or 28", one built like a 32" commercial mower that can pull a sulky. My question is has anyone found a way around this? Or do you use a 26", 28", 32" etc whatever fits? I know even a 26" would not cut down your time enough from 21" though.