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John Deer G110?

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by coz, Mar 18, 2004.

  1. coz

    coz LawnSite Member
    Messages: 9

    I'm a part-timer who mows 3 lawns in the 1-2 acre range and 3 small i do with WBs. Is a John Deere G110 a good option?

    All opinions appreciated.
     
  2. charlies

    charlies LawnSite Senior Member
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    Messages: 587

    what kind of walk behinds do you use? are you planning on keeping your biz the size it is for the next couple to few years? you said you use WBs, sounds like more than one, does someone help you? i wouldn't imagine so, but...
     
  3. coz

    coz LawnSite Member
    Messages: 9

    Not planning on expanding. yes, just 1 WB. Thanks for the reply,
     
  4. charlies

    charlies LawnSite Senior Member
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    what kind of W/B do you have? how big is the deck, what kind of engine?
     
  5. deere mowers

    deere mowers Banned
    Messages: 29

    Those type of deere mowers dont really have a good solid frame that I would want to use in commercial mowing situations. But that is just my thoughts. But then it might be OK for your type of jobs , but I dont think that would work for me.........P.S. there deck wheels are really light duty, compare with other deere mowers and you will see for your self
     
  6. charlies

    charlies LawnSite Senior Member
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    Messages: 587

    i thought it had a welded frame
     
  7. deere mowers

    deere mowers Banned
    Messages: 29

    Charlies, there frames are welded but are of a lighter gauge steel
     
  8. AuctionGuy

    AuctionGuy LawnSite Member
    Messages: 4

    Did you ever buy a G110? I'm looking at a used G110 but dealers have said it's too lighweight to blow snow with. The snowblower attachment is two-stage and I would suspect the engine has enough horsepower to blow snow. I'm not in the business, I'd only be using it for my own lawn and driveway. I appreciate any reply. Steve
     
  9. coz

    coz LawnSite Member
    Messages: 9

    No. I bought the JD X500 instead. I really like it but i cost more......i paid $5300.
     

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