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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Grits, Jun 10, 2006.
Hope the pics are attached.....
thats the first one ive seen i think. i like it a lot looks like a sturdy mower to me. best of luck with it.
Good looking WB! I hope you make lots of $ with it!!
it looks good i like the shifter, looks like it would be easy to operate with your knee.
Good Luck! Looks great! Now make that cash
need to know..what is the point of a WB..why not just a riding mower?,maybe space issues??but being lazy'n'all,i wouldn't dream of trying to hold a can of cold beer whislt i walked,me loves to sit an sip,i suspect saftey issues will haunt me now for saying that hmm..
It is very easy to operate with your knee.
I was impressed with the amount of heavy metal and grease fittings everywhere on the Huskies we looked at. Some guys in our area are running these WBs with very good success. They do an extremely nice cut.
Deck Looks identical to my 97 model scag WB
Grits: That is a great machine...i had one for about a year..and the cut is awesome...it will leave a very good stripe....too bad i just sold mine .....is that a 4815? or a 3613?