Zero Turn?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by dcooney, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. dcooney

    dcooney LawnSite Member
    Messages: 5

  2. QualityLawnCare4u

    QualityLawnCare4u LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,758

    Are you going to be using this commercially or on just your own yard? This mower at best is for a person that may mow their yard once a week. We have a dealer that sells snapper, DC and Husqu's and he sells very few husqu's. Have heard mixed opionions on them, some good but more bad. Not one LCO around here runs them at all, even their commercial made mowers. If you are going to be using it commercially I would pass on it.
  3. integrityman

    integrityman LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,713

    what he said.
  4. rcslawncare

    rcslawncare LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,684

    Pass, save up for a used commercial z. Those wheel pumps don't last long with daily abuse.
  5. 1993lx172

    1993lx172 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,305


    That won't last you long unless you are doing your own yard only.
  6. Grass Shark

    Grass Shark LawnSite Senior Member
    from Zone 7
    Messages: 660

    I had a commercial husqvarna and that was junk
  7. scagrider22

    scagrider22 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,272

    IF you only have $2000 to spend get a 48" wb it will last much longer and stick with proven commercial mower brands.
  8. Richard Martin

    Richard Martin LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,699

    Even if I were thinking I might like to have a mower like that I wouldn't pay that much money for it. Here's one on Ebay, with less hours, for less money.

    And that guy is willing to take less. If I were interested in an almost 6 year old Husqvarna Z3815 I would probably give in the range of $800 to $1000 for it if it was in excellent condition. At 6 years you're starting to get past it's expected lifespan for the original rubbers and plastics. Any items which contain rubber or plastic should be replaced.

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