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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by IBGreen, Apr 22, 2003.
Anyone ever used their 21's for trimwork? Any good?
nuttin beats a honda-- especially the deal i got. haha
I've got on I picked up last year. Worked pretty good, starts very easy and leaves a nice cut. I've got the self propelled version and it is FAST!!!
I use them for ALL mowing around here.
The lawns are so small (and so is my budget) that there is NO purpose for anything else.
i used them for year.. my option best 21 inch mower
Yeah,buts Honda 21"ers are too slow.
Never used a Snapper, IBGreen. Just Honda and Toro.
So far all I have is a 21" WB. It's a Cub Cadet SRC621. Had it since August 2002 and love it so far. Drive belt needs maint. though.
Still dreaming of an eXmark Turf Tracer HP 48".
I carry one on the trailer all the time for a trim mower. The Snapper 21'' is light, yet it is well built. It is good for the few areas the Z can't get.
I have had both. I used snappers with honda engines for about 7 years. I had put a speedup pulley on them and they were fast! They did slip a lot on hills not matter what I did to the belts. I still have them as backup, but I purchased a honda hydro. I was pretty fast when I purchased. Later it slowed down. I was getting discusted, but later found the linkage had stretched and it wasn't going full speed. The governor also sometimes stretches and the engine slows down a few hundrea RPMs and this will slow the walk speed. With both of things correct it runs about as fast as I can comfortably walk crisply. I love the blade cluch. The Honda is direct drive so doesn't slip going up hills.