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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LawnMowerKing10, Nov 19, 2006.
Does anyone have experiance with a wright stander ?
Alot of peole here use them.
I mow alot of acres with few trees and and some residential lawns most of the time the grass is wet. I am thinking about a wright stander .do you guys think that would work ? I need a mower that will have little problems and will dischage really well .
I love my Stander, but it does not discharge the best.....
I have been using them for the last 4 seasons...... Great mowers, not perfect but great.....
DRM. do they dig up the lawns on turns?
I called about a 52" 23 hp Kawi, a couple of weeks ago, he told me they had their winter pricing going on, $5935.00, that's what I like about it........Exmark = 6800.00 not including a sulky
If they dig up the ground it is the operators fault. Great on lawns not on leaves. I use different techniques for leaves.
Why don't you like the Wright standers on leaves? I was thinking of buying a 36-in stander (or sentar) just for this purpose, fall cleanup of small-to medium lawns requiring high maneuverability.
If not the stander, what do you recommend?
I run a 52"/23hp stander on my smaller properties. I like it. Easy on and off, much lighter than my 321d's, less space on my truck. I've never used it for leaves so I can't say how it performs. Some say the 61's scalp a little. I guess it's all in the operators ability though. Overall, a good mower.