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picked up a new trailer and walker mower within the last couple of weeks and got the trimmer & blower racks on. I will be adding more to the trailer later as well a dethatcher to the walker mower.

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Nice set up. You may want to try to use the aluminum mounting blocks that came with the extreme racks as they have a habit of breaking off at the base when mounted the way you have them now. I have seen pictures of this happening so they came up with the aluminum mounts to take some stress off the welds at the base to eliminate them snapping off.
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Nice mowers. Is that a kubota in back?
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Nice mowers. Is that a kubota in back?
the red one is a gravely, i think its the same one that i have!
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yes the one on the back is a Gravely, it's a ZT 48HD with a 24hp kawi engine and is a very reliable mower that holds up to a lot.

Here's a job I did with it this spring, kinda long but if you forward to the end you'll see the finished cut. This job took 4.5 hrs both front and back and is a little over an acre with the cleanup of the stonewalls out front.

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I had the other mount setup in the enclosed trailer and will check it out and thanks for the heads up.
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the red one is a gravely, i think its the same one that i have!
Ok, it looked like it was kubota orange. I almost scored one at a auction with 19 hours. I been in love since.

Gravely makes good mowers. I had a older walk behind for a while but I flipped it for money.
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Yeah I have the 60 inch one, I freakin love it! I love having to deck stick out further than the rear tires, you can hug anything with it, very little trimming left behind!
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