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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by Rll131, Aug 13, 2013.
The deck is slanted or angle shaped so the blades don't hit each other.
Weird you say that I had a 98 snapper with a kohler 12.5 still running strong before I sold it to get this one so I'm guessing you don't have experience with snappers. I used to work at a golf course all we ran were kohler a never had any big issues and where running them 8 hrs a day 7 days a week very strict maintenance though.
That's what I figured but my old 36 had the same size blades and the deck had no angle was straight across. That small space even being only six inches is a pain to not leave triangles.
In your opinion if we're just talking about the motor which motor is better for reliability?
Going to keep my snapper I'm done researching everything to death everyone has there own opinion. Thanks for all the replys and opinions.
Unless you mow every lawn at same height the extra width savings would be lost. Fixed decks are not easy to height rapidly in the field. Not a bad looking mower though. Worth 500 to 750 all day long. Both engines are just fine when given basic care.
Wow, I would call you moron but that is frowned on here. No chance that I would swap those mowers. With that snapper you have the Major advantage with the floating deck and an infinite height adjustment. Stay with the snapper.
I feel like a moron I should of done my own research but yea I'm keeping my snapper going to buy a backup 48 over winter for next year.
my parents live next door to a huge snapper/toro dealer, ive been putting those things together out of the box since i was a little kid, i personally dont like them at all..
call me what you like, theres just no way a snapper will cut like that bobcat.