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which zero turn mower should I purchase..

Posted by BeeRadGee Zone 7 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 29, 12 at 1:42

What would be the best cboice between these two ZTR mowers and the deck size any thoughts?
This mower will be used for personal and lawncare use with average of about 8-10 acres a day.

Kubota ZD331P-60"Pro or 72"Pro
Bad Boy 6000Gas pup with 60" stamped

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RE: which zero turn mower should I purchase..

Wll, that foxy gal on the Bad-boy mowers web commercial has me convinced that the Bad Boy would be the right one for me, but don't let her swooney eyes convince ya!
Go try them out-check everything in and on them both.
Rusty J.

RE: which zero turn mower should I purchase..

I think thats what ill wind up doin this dealership has demos I can take home for a week at a time. Everyone around my neighborhood is saying kubota. Even tho it is heavier than the other 2 it is a diesel. Im not worried about it sinking in yards not very many of the properties I manage has soft ground. Plus the Kubota I will get a free dump from the seat bagger and a light kit installed on the rops for about 17Gs financed with no APR%. But the only draw back is that the kubota is twice the price than the other 2. But hey what do you expect its a beast. The dealership says they sell more than 20 times more Kubotas than they do any other tractor for wat I need it for.

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