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Old 11-05-2007, 08:48 PM
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Has anyone ever heard of Bradley RedHawk walk behind mowers. The price almost seems to good to be true. They say they're commercial grade but they seem too cheap. $2799 for a 48" Hydro walk behind. I'm just looking for some input. I'm still new to this business and would like to get more commercial grade equiptment. Thanks for all of your replies and help.

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I personally used the Exmark Lazer Z and Phazer while working for the city, and they were both Great mowers. *I'm sure they are the more expensive mowers, but I'd say top of the line. These aren't walk behinds, but ride on, that little Phazer, I used for just about anything smaller, it moves around any obstacle with ease.


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I actually own one of thier 32" models, great for squeezing through those tiny chain link fence gates! The only downside for me is getting parts, im 80miles from the closest dealer and when I ask my local shop for parts the guys look at me like im crazy. Other than that the mower works as it should.
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