Small tight props.Mowingman said:I believe the main reason they will never be big sellers, is cost. Heck, you can buy a nice sit-down ZTR for the same price, or less, than a comparable stand-up machine. Why stand all day, when you can sit down.
Where is the market for these things? I just do not see it. Ok, they are supposed to handle hills better than a ZTR, but give me another reason for buying one. I really want to know the reason someone would buy a stand-up machine, because I sure can not figure it out.
The stand ons are 55 to 60" long. They do turn on a dime But i to like a good sulky and walk behind. Mid-mounts dont go under things ether, Walk behinds do.Mowingman said:John. There are unmerous small ZTr's that will do those kind of properties, and they are no more expensive than the stand-up machines. Stand-up machines leave a huge area to trim in 90 degree corners. A small front-deck machine will actually do a better job on tight areas with inside corners to trim out, than either a stander or a midmount ZTR.
You have not convinced me, give me another reason.