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well i refuse my self, to buy a zero turn and a trailer for a long time, i like the idea of walking behind the lawn mowers and save gas by just using my truck and walk to be in shape for the regular 1/4 to 1/3 of and acre resident i service, this past weeks i have grow from doing small lawn to start doing up to 1/2 acres to 2 acre, which being this last number my biggest yard, 2acres of wild grass pretty much manicure, the rest are below 1 acre of nice manicure lawns well i gain 6 of this accounts last week so i decide to buy me a a riding mower i went whit the toro ss4200 any rewius, tips or advice in this equipment it brand new 2013 model

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Funny. When I watch Cheese's videos, I go buy BEER.


Hey, good luck with the mower. I was considering one, but a ZTR is on hold for now.
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i know, it was on hold for me too, but i was push in to it, oh well here i go now.
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i just bought the SS4235 and i couldnt be happier , the cut is very good even at higher speeds , the tourque on the 20hp kolher is good ....the reson i bought it was i wanted to take on bigger jobs, was looking at the toro stand on and the scag but they were a little more than i wanted to spend .....i can fit this through most gates and ...well yea i think the investment will pay for itself my mulching kit, hour meter,rubber foot guard and armrests will be here tomorrow
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i just bought the SS4235 and i couldnt be happier , the cut is very good even at higher speeds , the tourque on the 20hp kolher is good ....the reson i bought it was i wanted to take on bigger jobs, was looking at the toro stand on and the scag but they were a little more than i wanted to spend .....i can fit this through most gates and ...well yea i think the investment will pay for itself my mulching kit, hour meter,rubber foot guard and armrests will be here tomorrow

thanks there buddy, a positive review, from a pro awesome this is my first ztr, i was not exited at the beginning about but i start feeling a little fussy about i think its great just mow my lawn whit it, really smooth ride, i have to practice to get straight lines all that.
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thanks there buddy, a positive review, from a pro awesome this is my first ztr, i was not exited at the beginning about but i start feeling a little fussy about i think its great just mow my lawn whit it, really smooth ride, i have to practice to get straight lines all that.
i had to cut my lawn , and i think i cut my parents lawn several times just to practice the trick is not to look at the grips just watch where you are going and watch the wheels , you almost have to keep a steady flow , i just mowed 2 of my customers today for the first time with the toro one customer is about 8000sq ft and the other is around 9 and it looked so nice when i was done

you make one wrong move near a curb or something of that nature and your F'ed LOL ....it makes mowing fun ..
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i had to cut my lawn , and i think i cut my parents lawn several times just to practice the trick is not to look at the grips just watch where you are going and watch the wheels , you almost have to keep a steady flow , i just mowed 2 of my customers today for the first time with the toro one customer is about 8000sq ft and the other is around 9 and it looked so nice when i was done

you make one wrong move near a curb or something of that nature and your F'ed LOL ....it makes mowing fun ..
, after i hit the the retaining wall my mother in law build, my wife and her, screen at me, be careful, its to late now i said im just learning i screen back, after i cover my wife in grass debris
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I had the bagger attached to the tractor and reversed into my guy who was trimming... He fell into a bush and I had to stop for a minute and wipe my tears of laughter.
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