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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by John Gamba, Sep 20, 2006.
this is what dixie is doing to smooth out the ride.
are they going to be interchangable with current dixie models
I have no idea
That might last what 1 year 2 years maybe....just dosnt look durable.
Its adjustable and it looks like all you do is change the springs and bushings
Yes, they are compatable with Dixies going back to at least 2001 and probably much further. Dixie Chopper has been using the same front caster setup for a long time and probably won't change it anytime soon.
By the looks of it, they can't cost very much, that is for sure.
But what is it with these spring/flex forks?
been away for a while, been very busy, just wondering....
kenny, weren't ya doing the riverboat thing for quite a while?
Yeah, put my time in working for Mr. Hess.....and Mr. Reinauer.
Flew into Newark more times than I care to remember.