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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by milo, Jun 24, 2014.
anyone have pics of cut grass with this mower? how does it stripe and cut? any pics would be great.
Don't have pictures of a pz but I have some pictures of my mz which is a entry commercial model so I can only imagine the pz doing even better. Just search for 360 Lawn Care pictures thread.
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seen pics on your website. looks like it stripes good. I may buy a pz60 tomorrow but cannot buy a stripe kit for it so want to make sure cut is really clean and nice stripes
My friend has the MTZ and I live in CT. I have to say it cuts and strips good as my exmark even better in wet grass. The only draw back is that they are higher up and don't handle as good on hills.
I recently purchased a pz60 after coming from a ferris is700. I mow 4 acres or so and am really enjoying the pz. I have trails on my property and the pz's super duty construction has been handling them like a tank. I also have a hitch hooked up for yard work. Considering I bought this mower for residential use, it has to be a multipurpose machine(I wish I could put a plow on it!). It took me a little bit to get used to having stiffer controls but other than that I think it's top notch. I have the kawi fx801v engine and I haven't seen it short for power. When I'm lucky enough to have grass long enough to cut she seems to perform admirably. The rubber isolation mounts combined with the suspension seat make for a fairly smooth ride. She stripes nice, I can mow closer with this frame/deck layout than I could with the ferris, controls seem ergonomically located and are soft touch. I don't think it's going to disappoint.
Glad you are enjoying it.. That mower will last you a lifetime with you only using it for residential use.
Hey Jim, just wanted to say a quick "hello". I'm sure I'm speaking for a lot of other members when I say that I sure miss your "insider" knowledge on the Huskies and other things. I hope you're doing well!
Sorry to the OP, don't mean to hijack.
Stan in N AL
Well I have to admit, I do miss being part of the industry at that level. Even though I'm self-employed now, fixin' ol' broken junk just isn't as much fun!