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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by ilc79, May 10, 2009.
Wright zk 31hp Kawasaki 61 deck for sale $9000.00
why so soon?
My crew dnt like it u cant let the deck up wih your foot like the exmarks we have thats what they say, I really dont have a problem with it, but i dont really cut everyday like they do so I guess i will get another exmark thats what they want.Tried to post pic but it want it says already posted in past thread so I dont know how to get the pic up here anyway it looks brand new.
I'd learn that crew real quick that the deck-lift mechanism on the ZK performs the exact same function as the pedal on the Lazer, only they use their arm to activate it.
Its kinda aggervating to me to really , on unlevel surfaces it scalps real easy and the deck has motor mounted to it so its kinda heavy to hold on to up and down all the time.
should have just got the 52 " deck.....
your probally right it needs scalp wheels on the back side of the deck i dont understand why it scalps so easy the deck is very similar to the exmark deck, that square corner on the discharge side digs in the ground alot i was going to cut it out some how if i keep it.Really should have just bought another exmark.
I like my ZK 31/61. I mow at 4.5 inches high, and it does want to scalp. I was going to engineer some extra anti-scalp wheels. I demoed a 27/52. I didn't have any scalping problems with it, but somebody dropped the ball here.
yeah but im in georgia and were cutting bermuda and zoysia at 2 inches.
Yea...that ZK needs some adjustments. I'd ask the dealer to twist Wright's arm.