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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by DLAWNS, Aug 29, 2010.
Does anyone else find the irony of this post?
No...what's the irony?
Hey Andy, are you a big Bengals fan?
im not a huge football fan. i like my browines though! i notice your from pa! i have a brother in law who is a huge steelers fan.
Hate to not talk about lawnmowing, but could not notice that the Steelers play tonight. I sure am glad that only one percent of my income goes to the Steelers.
its funny you bring that up though, im going over their soon to watch the game with him. anyway, about those mowers..................
Yea, they make some nice ones.
OK. I just read this whole thread. Sounds like a great mower.
My only real concern would be that I have a number of lawns with roots and rocks and bare areas that I'm used to tipping the front of the deck on my TTHP up on or raising the Deck of my Lazer HP with the foot operated deck lift temporarily. It doesn't seem like it would be practical to raise the deck on the V-rider with the hand lever on the go and I don't see how you could wheelie it in a reliable and controlled manner either.
So what do you do on these machines when you want to clear an obstacle? Or do you just have to go around it?
This was my first thought when I drove one around the dealer parking lot.