mower confusion

Wecutgrass

LawnSite Senior Member
I need to buy another mower but i am at loss on what to get. I don't know weather to get a 52" v-ride or a 52" toro z500 or a 36 walker ghs. My lawns are split up about half and half with big gates and small gates. I currently have a gravely 34z and i bag about 80% of the time with it. my lawns range in all different sizes as well. Any input on helping me make my decision would be awesome. I would really like to sell my gravely and buy a 52 and a 36 but that is not in the budget right now, i do not have enough lawns to need 16 grand in mowers.
 

Jimslawncareservice

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
mn
Well you already have a small deck, so no need to get a walker 36. The toro and v ride are 2 different machines, for different mowing styles. If your lots are under 1acre I would go v ride. Light, limble and shorter frame. I would have both with you. When you need a small mower you have it. When you have wide open areas or no small gates you have the 52 v ride
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Wecutgrass

Wecutgrass

LawnSite Senior Member
true, and when i get the lawns i could then go ahead and get the walker if i still needed it, my gravely bags fairly well. how much are the v-rides? i was quoted 8000 out the door for a 52/27 toro z master.
 

Jimslawncareservice

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
mn
Scag has a heck of a deal going on now. 20% off and 0% for 48 months. I think they are around 8k list. So take 20% off that. It should give you a rough idea.
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Wecutgrass

Wecutgrass

LawnSite Senior Member
So I'm looking at about 7000 out the door. So 1000 less then a z500. How long does the scag deal last for?
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orangemower

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
pa
You might want to call a dealer and ask for prices. They will vary from state to state.
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Wecutgrass

Wecutgrass

LawnSite Senior Member
They're not giving me much time here haha
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Wecutgrass

Wecutgrass

LawnSite Senior Member
Nah I'm not interested in one of those
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