CA Lessons: Landscaping To Reduce Wildfire Risk
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Got a 48"-15hp walk-behind. I have to say it cuts beautifully. It's a '03 and we've never had an issue with it. However, I did ask a Husqvarna dealer about trade in value and it was quite low in my opinion. $750.00 in great condition. It is a belt drive though.
I work at a hardware store part time and sell Husky's. their commercial stuff is very good. They are well built and will look good long after you buy it as long as you give it a good cleaning now and then. I started out with a consumer unit (CZ48" 17 hp.) It never gave me any problems. I sold it cuz I got a sweet deal on a country clipper. (I would love to talk about country clippers as well.)
I also own a Husky snowblower, chain saw, 21" walk behind, and stick edger.
I have had now problems with any yet. All are at least 2 years old.
I bought a Husvarna weedwacker.....GARBAGE it never runs right, the head broke after 3 or 4 uses. I bought another head and it broke again. It now sits in my garage and collects dust. That the only Husvarna i used so i didnt have a good experience