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whats the difference between these 2 hondas?

Posted by garett (My Page) on
Thu, May 15, 08 at 12:40

does anyone know the difference between these 2 mowers? only thing i can tell is that one is made witn Nexite and the other is Xenoy. the one in the second link is available at the home depot here.

http://www.hondapowerequipment.com/products/modeldetail.aspx?page=modeldetail§ion=P2LM&modelname=HRX217K2VKA&modelid=HRX2172VKA

http://www.canns-bilco.com/store.asp?pid=20346


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RE: whats the difference between these 2 hondas?

The K2 would be a production design change of the same mower.


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RE: whats the difference between these 2 hondas?

I knew about 'Xenoy' but not 'Nexite'. They're obviously both polymer material, and the 'Nexite' has a limited lifetime warranty where the 'Xenoy' was for five years. Looks to me like they have changed over to the 'Nexite'. I had a 'Xenoy' deck on a HRB216TDA and it was fine deck material, so I would suppose the 'Nexite' is even better. In order to be 'better' to me, it would have to be stiffer without being heavier, and I find no real description of it. One small benefit of polymer decks is the color goes all the way through, so you can buff out scratches, etc. and use a car wax on it if you're so inclined, to keep it looking new. The only disadvantage to a polymer deck is it will melt and burn in a mower fire, which would be probably the least of anybody's worry. With minimal care and precaution, you're not going to have a mower fire, and if you did have one bad enough to melt the deck, the rest of the mower would be trashed anyway.


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