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08-04-2013 15:44:59

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Hmm. I always hear great things about the Husqvarna chainsaws and figure the qaulity was used in the mowers too. I have never used or worked on one tho.

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08-04-2013 16:02:20

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 Re: WHICH ZERO TURN? in reply to rrobert, 08-04-2013 15:44:59  
as JT said the Husqvarna zero's are less than great, they bought Dixon as few years back, up until that time I had been a Dixon dealer for 10 years great mowers the cone drive did require service in 5-10 years of normal use yes but they had dropped all cones by then anyway in 10 years I filed two warranty claims both were paid no questions asked THEN Husqvarna came into the picture sold two of the "mid" grade units both had the LH rear wheel hub come loose on the axle before they had 15 hrs on them I replaced the hydro unit complete as it had worn both hub and axle before they were noticed ( owners called with in a day of each other) three year warranty on them they refused to pay a dime to me said I should have welded the hub to the axle and sent them out the door sorry brand new 3000.00 dollar mower with no hrs to speak of I would not do it cost me almost 500.00 each for the hydro units with freight and that made my profit on them go into red zone I never sold another one the Husqvarna sales rep came by to see me one day about taking on their line told him if he paid me for the loss on the hydro's I would think about it he drove off not saying another word use to be a great company with great products now I am not sure I would buy a used saw with their name on it sorry for the rant

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08-11-2013 09:48:39

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 Re: WHICH ZERO TURN? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-04-2013 16:02:20  
I have a Husquvarna CZT1742 in the shop right now, less than 300 hours on it and the left hydro is nor responding, belt tension is tight, have not looked any farther, the right hydro is growly and noisy, kinda sad for a machine with less than 300 hours to have one hydro out and the other not sounding too good. The only salvation on this one, it does have a good Kohler command engine on it.

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08-13-2013 19:30:34

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 Re: WHICH ZERO TURN? in reply to JT, 08-11-2013 09:48:39  
sorry to hear that the ones I sold that went down had the Kolher as well 22hp I think

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