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Lawnboy gold mowers???

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by sildoc, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. sildoc

    sildoc LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,925

    Ok Now I am not looking for the by a commercial mower instead of complaint I always see. I am looking for a cheap, light, mower that can cut 4" for one particular property. I have a couple of honda hrc216 mowers that run good but the height is just not high enough and I do not want to buy a new 1000 mower when I have 3 that are near new. I need a cheap light weight mower period. Now I tried a search and for some reason it is not working. I will try again later but am looking for some fast input. IF not the lawn boy please indicate other mowers in the 80 lbs range that go up to a 4" cut and under 500. Thank you.
  2. Roger

    Roger LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,929

    I don't know which LB Gold you are considering. If it is the staggered wheel model, be sure it will cut at 4". I have a staggered wheel commercial LB, but the top cutting height is 3 1/2". I thought the commercial and Gold models use the same deck and wheel setup -- which leads me to think the staggered wheel Gold will only cut at 3 1/2" too. Check to be sure ...
  3. sildoc

    sildoc LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,925

    This is the Lawnboy gold insight mower model 10695. It definitly has the 4" height but am looking for maybe some input on how it is holding up. I have checked epionions but only homeonwers post there and want to know how it is holding up to commercial use. Like I said I am mainly using this mower on one account so should last quite a while. Thank you for your post though.
  4. C.T. Lawn Care

    C.T. Lawn Care LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 252

    i used to have a LB but the staggered wheel design pissed me off so much when i would go to put it on the trailor and strap it down... it just didnt like to stay in the same spot... so i went and bought a John Deere and it is a great mower... deff. goes up to 4" and cuts better than anything i have ever used! Just something to think about.

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