first yard of my route saturday, both of the hydraulic pumps quit on my cub rzt 50. before the flaming starts, i know its residential, but i only had 3000 when i got it and did not have a way to get more. anyway, the thing has 150 hours on it and i'm pretty sure the warranty expired last week (i'll find out later today). so i deal with it for the day, get to the last yard using my partner's jd 717, and somehow the hydro pump belt on it gets twisted and smokes the belt. we had to finish the yard with our trimmers. thank god it is not a showpiece yard. anyway, the jd won't move and we attempt to push it onto the trailer. that thing is HEAVY!!! we get it up to the threshold of the trailer, and run out of strength. ended up getting it on by hooking two ratchet straps to it and using them as a come-a-long. i am dreading hearing about the cost of the pumps, as i'm pretty broke right now (had to pay my son's tuition last week). thank god a friend told me i could use his rider until i get something done with mine, otherwise i'd be out of business. my point to all this is to let people know that buying residential quality equipment DOES NOT PAY NO MATTER WHAT THE CIRCUMSTANCES. if i had it to do over again, i would have put the 3k into a used laser z or a walkbehind. DON'T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AS ME!! "i only cut a few yards a week, it's a part time thing", etc. doesn't matter! buy commercial stuff no matter what. sorry for the long post, but hopefully my tale of woe will convince someone to make a better decision than i did. ps - anyone know where i can get cub cadet parts online? if my dealer won't help me, which i doubt, i'll fix it myself.