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Re: X-Mark Mower question..?

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01-25-2013 07:35:19

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Looks like a Steal... It comes with 6 good sets of replacement blades and he will get me all the filters I want "at cost".. How well would these work on slopes, like around my lake and front slope, by the rd (30 Degree slope)??? 30 Degrees is my LIMIT (on anything)..!!!! When dry, I can mow it with a Row-Crop tractor, but when damp I need to use a mower...

Thanks, everyone..have a Wonderful Winter..!!!


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01-25-2013 13:37:03

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 Re: X-Mark Mower question..? in reply to BushogPapa, 01-25-2013 07:35:19  
Just have to be careful near pond and lake banks with zero turns. if the wheel closest to the water starts slipping and spinning, the other wheel will steer you right into the water if you aren"t paying attention and stop power to that outer wheel. I"ve pulled my neighbors zero turn out of the pond a few times. Never did any harm to it, but once both drive wheels where in the wet muck, it wouldn"t move without some help.

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01-25-2013 11:14:07

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 Re: X-Mark Mower question..? in reply to BushogPapa, 01-25-2013 07:35:19  
Sounds like a lot of hours for a 3 year old mower.
Was it used by the owner or hired hands. Was it well maintaned or used hard?
The commercial mowers are built better than the others, but it can still be wore out through neglect
You can buy a new Cub Cadet zero turn for about the same price and its guarnteed for three years.

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01-26-2013 04:27:36

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 Re: X-Mark Mower question..? in reply to Harvey 2, 01-25-2013 11:14:07  
A brand new ZTR selling for $3000 ain"t worth bringing home.

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01-26-2013 07:07:24

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 Re: X-Mark Mower question..? in reply to wgm, 01-26-2013 04:27:36  
why not have over 40 units out in that price range and never been back since sold

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