my cousin had one of the first scag dealers
87 wheel horse 16 horse onan v twin was a stick but converted it over to hydro from another WH . It's on it's third deck. This winter I'm going to take the equipment off the two rusted out decks and build one really wide 86 or 88 inch wide deck. May morf it to rear steer with the deck out front. Man I sure would like one of them new fangled ZTR's .Oh well a country boy will survive !
4 year old Husky. My father-in-law has a Husky dealership and I got it at cost. Great mower, but have no use for it with the little yard I have here in OH. I have it set up for long term storage right now.
2 push mowers a craftsman and a Scotts.The scotts works better than the craftsman.My Tractor is a 79 Simplicity (made by Allis Chalmers) runs great and picks up the leaves in the bagger great in the fall.
that's pretty cool. they started off as an offshoot of a little fab/welding shop in Wisconsin in the early 1990s. They're heavy, but it's the only ZTR I ever saw that can go sideways across a 30 degree grade (my ditches)Originally Posted by SpiderGearsMan
Tried grasshopper, dixie chopper, jon deere and a Dixon (joke!) before I found one that'd do the hills. The Kohler engines leave a lot to be desired though, IMO.
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david got out of it before they really took off , crazy amounts of work , seems like more homeowners have scags now
he has chem lawn franchise in hartford now
1969 wheelie horse Raider 10. 10 kohler horses and 6 forward gears of pure power.
My neighbor has a new x-mark zero turn but I would rather use mine! Its just friggan cool.
Reading , Pa
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"putting the seat down is women's work" Archie Bunker.
Ban low performance drivers not high performance cars .
I got a boring Crapsman 22" mulcher with a 6.5 hp Briggs. It's about 3 or 4 years old.
5 ft # tq (not hp) weedeater push mower i bought it
last year i hate to work on cheap
push mowers, a classic rider would be
worth fixing but not late 90's push
mowers. my last push mowers at the recycler
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