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s&wlawncare

LawnSite Member
Location
southeast
Just got my new lazer for the season. Its a 20hp 52in cut paid 6500 for it and cant wait to use it. I never thought i would be excited to go cut but im ready!!!!
 

MudslinginFX4

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Raleigh, NC
Wow, sounds like a nice mower. Good luck this season, I'm sure your profits with that mower will increase! Post some pictures sometime in the picture forum if you get a chance.
 

John Gamba

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
ct
Originally posted by s&wlawncare
Just got my new lazer for the season. Its a 20hp 52in cut paid 6500 for it and cant wait to use it. I never thought i would be excited to go cut but im ready!!!!
Welcome to the club!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John

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s&wlawncare

LawnSite Member
Location
southeast
I got the full size it is an 03 model it was on closeout so i got some money off but still full warranty. This machine is alot different to drive than my walker i have to learn how to not tear up the grass. any opinions?
 

Mark P

LawnSite Senior Member
:) I think you made a good choice on the full size Lazer you will get the ultracut deck, which IMPO cuts better than the Advantage deck that comes with the Lazer HP.......Have fun mowing.....Marks Mowing Service
 

DieselDeere

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Midwest
I have a '03 Lazer Z 27HP Kohler with 52" cut, great mower. As far as the turns, it's just something for me anyway that I learned as I went. (on my own lawn)
 
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s&wlawncare

LawnSite Member
Location
southeast
Thank you all for the warm welcome!! How do z's handle on slopes. I have not tested it yet?
 

John Gamba

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
ct
Originally posted by s&wlawncare
Thank you all for the warm welcome!! How do z's handle on slopes. I have not tested it yet?
I think they handle very well:cool: But its up to you on how far you what to take it. Go slow and you will be climing soon.
John
 
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