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    Hello everyone i was planning on getting a walk behind mower instead of a zero turn..most homes im servicing arent that large so until i move up into the bigger homes i was planning on using this and a standard 21 mower as a secondary for tighter spots

    I was planning on getting a sulky for the mower but i was unsure if i should get a one or two wheel

    seems to me a one wheel would cause ruts or tear up the lawn but i have no expierience with them so i honestly have no idea..its just a thought..so if anyone can give me some insight onto my decision i would greatly appreciate it
    Thank you
    Just Kut Lawn and Landscape
    "Where Service is Always in Season"
    Reach for the stars so if you fall you land on a cloud.

  • #2
    I have a sulke wheel (single wheel). It's awesome! The only way you would put ruts in a lawn is if you're cutting grass and it's too wet to be cut. This would cause grass to build up around the wheel and cause it to stop moving, thus putting ruts in the lawn.

    The two wheel sulke, I personally don't like. It wiggles too much and you're never getting a smooth ride. I like the single wheel better. Good luck in your decision.

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    • #3
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      • #4
        probably a one wheel..it dosnt get we here over summer at all so i dont think ill have any problems and it seems like it would be easier to handle like mortonslawn said..

        Unless anyone has a strong argument against one wheels ill probably end up getting one
        Just Kut Lawn and Landscape
        "Where Service is Always in Season"
        Reach for the stars so if you fall you land on a cloud.

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