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Help me select a new riding lawnmower

Posted by samsthumb 5b (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 20, 13 at 17:52

My husband and I are getting ready to buy another riding lawn mower. He mows about an acre that is flat with some slopes. We like it mowed a little long. It is turf fescue. I have lots of perennial beds which I keep edged and use the trimmer before he mows. I would like the ability to pull my wagon. I don't have to have a grass catcher. 48" to 50 " cut. We have narrowed it down to 5 mowers....2 standard and 3 zero turns. Any help would be appreciated.
John Deere D160 and Z255, Cub Cadet LGTX 1050, Z-Force S 48 and RZT S 50

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RE: Help me select a new riding lawnmower

  • Posted by baymee LehighValleyPA (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 20, 13 at 19:46

Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with any of those models, but I would be looking at a dealer for a quality unit. Don't overlook Ariens or Simplicity.

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