Topic: Re: re: commercial zero turn mowers
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A word of warning: If you have no experience using one of that type-for pete's sake, be careful when first using it! You can easily mow down a neighbors prized petunia patch, with one teeny mistake! They are not for the faint of heart!
I made one run for a customer. He took it home, and allowed his wife to try it out. First try, she lost control of it, and mowed down a large swath of their veggie garden, along with the neighbor's fancy hedges , and that thing took off into the woods and over a cliff at the back of the yards, never to be seen, or used again! by: Rusty Jones
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