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Once you have used a ZT, you will never again consider a conventional mower.
Cutting grass at 12mph is gettin' after it.
DeeseQuoteCutting grass at 12mph is gettin' after it.Yes, sometimes I get off the mower and it seems like the ground is moving while I am standing still. If I add the three acre field behind my house, I can get car sick, but I do get-r-done.Cheersgww
I went out to buy a ZT and the dealer talked me out of it because my yard has a steep hill with a pond at the bottom.
I put a Ferris in a pond one time when one of the steering sticks snapped off.
I have a Toro 520xi lawn tractor, and I said when it wears out I will buy a zero turn. Dang thing just will not break.
I would really rather have a z-turn for mowing but unfortunately that is all I would be able to use it for, I still need the tractor for plowing the driveway and moving stuff. Mowing our pasture at 12 mph is out of the question though, I would never be able to hang onto it. And don't suggest goats, I am not a farmer.
Wheel weights? Chains? Both? Nothing? I'm guessing the blade was just wide enough to clear the tires at an angle.
Quote from: Ox on April 16, 2017, 10:11:08 amWheel weights? Chains? Both? Nothing? I'm guessing the blade was just wide enough to clear the tires at an angle.I don't know about weights but I seen no chains.
Those tires would leave some serious divots in a sharp turn.
Quote from: Just Me on April 13, 2017, 04:28:46 pmI have a Toro 520xi lawn tractor, and I said when it wears out I will buy a zero turn. Dang thing just will not break.I'll take it off your hands - I've been looking for a reasonably priced one for a while now. Oh, right. No money, no way to truck it.....never mind. Unless you plan on taking a trip to NY state sometime soon! Then I might be able to scrape something together.
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