mower versatility

2BladeRunners

LawnSite Member
Location
Middleville, MI
if you could only have one mower on the trailer and you didn't have large area jobs, which mower would you want and why? include size, type(belt/hydro/fixed/floating) brand...
 

Tbarchaser

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Florida
Hands down
42" Wright Stander with a 17kaw electric start.
For a solo guy running med/small props its great.

Fits thru most gates, quick, less trailer space, handles slopes as good as a w/b(with many hours of experience) great cut.

When you get bigger (if you want to) it makes a great trim/backup.
Win, Win
 

PaulJ

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Columbus, NE
This is my one main mower,

Hustler super walk behind
48" floating deck
23hp kaw with donalson air filter
Bullrider sulky
large Accelerator bagger

I do have a 21" and a 36"belt but they get very little use.

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pinnacle

LawnSite Senior Member
SCAG COUGAR

25HP

42"

Fixed deck

Drive shaft driving deck

with all the options!

Because I've demod and I liked it alot. It's not what I need. Really nice mower thought. I like Scags. I think they make excellant machines.
 

John Gamba

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
ct
Turf tracer 52" ULTRACUT 23 KOhler OR 23 KAW you have a choice with exmark.
This mower will do anything.
John

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GarPA

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
PA
Gravely 36" mini Z..(I think its a 36...demo'd one last year...can fit just about anywhere and very productive...couldn't get together on a trade in deal so I had to pass on it)...one of these is for sure in my future
 

TJLC

LawnSite Bronze Member
I have owned and used both a z rider and w/b's. I have to say they each have their place but if it came down to ONE machine it would have to be a good w/b with a sulky or velky because IMHO it is 2 machines in one.
 
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