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John Deere WB's

Mowman

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Northwest Ohio
Saw a 36" Belt WB at a dealer. Looked to be like new. Asking price is $1795.00. Anyone know what this machine is new? Can a mulch kit be installed on this unit? Is anyone using this machine? Please Help. Thanks. Mowman
 

Bobby

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Central Florida
Hey Mowman. I had one, got rid of it. Would not eat leaves. Only deere blades fit it. Cost new 2400.00 It was built like a tank. It seemed to be a bit long also.Hard to back up in neutral.<p>----------<br>Yesteryear L/S<br>Hollywood Fla
 

pottstim

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Tennessee
Mowman,<br>Bobby is right on that one. I saw that walk-behind on Deere's webpage last night. It retails for 2400. Hope this helps.<p>Tim
 

accuratelawn

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
SW Missouri
I have used a GS 25 for about 4 years. 36 with 12.5 kaw. It cuts great! Built like a tank. No mechanical problems. Not very good for leaves, but why would you attemp to use a 36 walk for leaf work?
 

accuratelawn

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
SW Missouri
I have used a GS 25 for about 4 years. 36 with 12.5 kaw. It cuts great! Built like a tank. No mechanical problems. Not very good for leaves, but why would you attemp to use a 36 walk for leaf work? <br>I paid $2,200 for it new.
 

klc

LawnSite Member
Location
iowa
had gs 25 for 4 yrs<br>worked great for leaves if you make a circle shape at keep cutting them time and time again<br>Had a fried make a multching kit for it worked great this past spring for spring clean up but keep the blades sharp
 

klc

LawnSite Member
Location
iowa
had gs 25 for 4 yrs<br>worked great for leaves if you make a circle shape at keep cutting them time and time again<br>Had a fried make a multching kit for it worked great this past spring for spring clean up but keep the blades sharp
 

lawngator

LawnSite Member
Location
Florida
I bought one last year(new). I haven't had any problems with it, but it's just my trim mower. It doesn't get used all the time. I agree that it is a bit too long. Overall, it's a descent machine. Mine has the 13HP Kohler and it seems to do the job.<br>Bill
 

Lance720

LawnSite Member
I run a 36&quot; John Deere with a kawasaki motor and have been very happy with it. With the prefabed deck it does not seem to disperse clipping like I would want but for the most part I bag all my clippings anyway.
 
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