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dieselade

03-15-2017 04:09:49




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saw that some come with spring suspension. any comments on this good bad or neutral?




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Mule Meat

03-15-2017 21:20:37




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 Re: newer simplicity lawn tractor in reply to dieselade, 03-15-2017 04:09:49  
I have a Ferris IS 1500, 54", 27 HP Kohler Command with 4 wheel suspension. It is one of the smoothest riding Z turn mower built. I also have a Gravely 260Z, 50", 27 HP Kawasaki. I have had it longer than I have the Ferris and when I went looking for a new Z turn Gravely had stopped making the 260Z. So I went with Ferris.

I do not know how a Simplicity lawn tractor would ride or mow with a rear suspension. They are really to new to evaluate just yet..

I am still trying to figure out how a Ferris mows so evenly when all four wheels are bouncing over rough ground.. lol

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ztrmowers

03-15-2017 17:59:03




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 Re: newer simplicity lawn tractor in reply to dieselade, 03-15-2017 04:09:49  
yes and i really like them they ride pretty nice. i have a demo unit if that would help



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

03-15-2017 10:33:14




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 Re: newer simplicity lawn tractor in reply to dieselade, 03-15-2017 04:09:49  
I bought a Simplicity Citation ZTR because of the independent rear suspension. I have back problems and it does help some with the sudden hard shocks to my back, but it does not ride like a car, still has some roughness. Ferris also offers them in their ZTR line. Both Simplicity and Ferris are now owned by Briggs and Stratton. When I bought mine the spring suspension was only available in the commercial lines, but that was several years ago and may have changed since.

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