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How many of you

scottb

LawnSite Senior Member
How many of you use only walkbehinds and why? And how big of a cut would use on a walkbehind or does it matter.
 

BUSHMASTER

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Columbus Ga
i have gone from a Front line 21" to a midsize 36" to a walker 42" why....i had to wait on some deals...or i would have started with the walker but i still own the 21"/36" never know when you'll need them ...they don't eat much and their paid for...
 

mdb landscaping

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Glastonbury, CT
i started out my business about 2 yrs ago with a 48 inch scag with a 17hp kawisaki. the mower works out great and its a necesstiy to have. it fits into real tight places. i am currently looking at turf tigers and will probably purchase one in the spring. i think using just walk behind starts to get tiring after day after day of walking. like gene gls says. why walk when you can ride
 

eslawns

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Portsmouth, VA
So far only WB with sulkies. Will be getting a rider as soon as possible. They allow you to be more productive and you aren't as tired at the end of a day of work. There is a much larger expense, but I think it will be worth it. I will keep a WB unit around as a backup.
 
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