I have a Scag Super Z that is about 4-5 years old. I was mowing last week and a piece of plastic got on one of the hydraulic pumps, tore up the seal, and dumped all of the fluid. I was near Crosby Equipment, so I took it there. The mechanic called and said he had to replace the whole pump... $800. I was seriously thinking of not getting it fixed, and either buying a new mower or downsizing my business. I picked it up ($60 to clean and look at it) and took it to Small Engine Repair. Three days and $185.40 later, it was up and running fine. Bottom line: don't go to Crosby Equipment. Small Engine Repair is honest and reasonably priced!