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  • Zero turn Mower preferences

    What is your preference when it comes to Zero turn mowers?
    1. Cub Cadet
    2. Dixie Chopper
    3. Exmark
    4. Ferris
    5. Gravely
    6. Husqvarna
    7. Hustler
    8. John Deere
    9. Scag
    10. Toro
    15
    Cub Cadet
    0.00%
    0
    Dixie Chopper
    13.33%
    2
    Exmark
    33.33%
    5
    Ferris
    13.33%
    2
    Gravely
    0.00%
    0
    Hustler
    6.67%
    1
    Husqvarna
    0.00%
    0
    John Deere
    6.67%
    1
    Scag
    6.67%
    1
    Toro
    20.00%
    3
    Last edited by jymie; 10-16-2010, 06:37 AM.
    http://www.lunchesruslawncare.com

  • #2
    Now isnt that interesting!
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    • #3
      I just installed the bagging attachment for my Toro Timecutter Z, works pretty good, though you need to install weights in the front....

      Cons: The weights grind my nerves when getting over curbs - feels like the tires are gonna snap off! I suppose I gotta decrease my speed...

      Also, the damn bagging kit is something to get used to, gotta be extra careful on turns. The discharge chute/tube is going to cause a lot of problems for me on some properties.

      I'll probably have to dissemble the attachment in order to get into customers backyards - then reassemble once I'm in.. then once more to get back out... lol

      I'm sure it sounds more difficult then it'll be.

      Overall, it's a great 42' machine.

      *cough* http://breezelawnservice.ca (updated again - a lot... every page and forum)

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      • #4
        I just installed the bagging attachment for my Toro Timecutter Z, works pretty good, though you need to install weights in the front....

        Cons: The weights grind my nerves when getting over curbs - feels like the tires are gonna snap off! I suppose I gotta decrease my speed...

        Also, the damn bagging kit is something to get used to, gotta be extra careful on turns. The discharge chute/tube is going to cause a lot of problems for me on some properties.

        I'll probably have to dissemble the attachment in order to get into customers backyards - then reassemble once I'm in.. then once more to get back out... lol

        I'm sure it sounds more difficult then it'll be.

        Overall, it's a great 42' machine.


        *cough* http://breezelawnservice.ca (updated again - a lot... every page and forum)
        lol... much easier to read.


        As for the thread topic, I haven't a clue, as I'm reading this hoping to hear the thoughts of those who have some experience with them.

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        • #5
          So far interesting results.
          http://www.lunchesruslawncare.com

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          • #6
            So far interesting results.

            hahahahahahaha

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