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Wanted to know if anyone has any good or bad experiences with baggers like this?


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I demoed a mower that had one. I was covered in grass clippings they shot right out the holes. Other then that it was ok. Should be prepared for a shower and where safety glasses it flew in my eyes and face.
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Not worth the money...they fill up in about a pass and a half , good for tight spots with mulch beds on each side that's about it but then again why not just save your money and use the push mower in those areas. Liberty is right too.
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Are all grass catchers that way? (grass blowout thru holes)


I don't have one yet for my walk behind, but if I had paid $400 for one and that happened I'd be less than pleased.
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Dixie usually sells them with their mowers... They suck...

Baggers are a lot better, weigh less, easier to clean, and are fun to talk to when drunk.
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Dixie usually sells them with their mowers... They suck...

Baggers are a lot better, weigh less, easier to clean, and are fun to talk to when drunk.
UUMMM...Go f@ck yourself.
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I'm thinking of picking up a 2-3 bin bagger for a tractor and fabbing it up to fit.
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UUMMM...Go f@ck yourself.
I like to pretend the leaves are $100 bills, and I'm insane enough to mow them up.
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