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    Veteran Member coobie's Avatar
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    Default Re: Zero Turn Mowers

    Quote Originally Posted by JasG View Post
    I'm surprised I didn't see anyone list Ferris. Ferris makes some very good machines, a couple different styles of zero turn. They also make Snapper pro which is a lower cost version of the Ferris machines. Ferris was one of the 1st with 4 wheel suspension and they also make one that drives kind of like a motorcycle with the way you sit on it and grab the handle bars. Of course Ferris is made close by and has a lot of dea
    Dixie chopper is popular with home owners around here, but they seems to have raised their prices a lot.
    I listed Ferris & kubota ZTR,s on the first page.coobie
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    Elite Member JasG's Avatar
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    Default Re: Zero Turn Mowers

    Quote Originally Posted by coobie View Post
    I listed Ferris & kubota ZTR,s on the first page.coobie
    I missed it.
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    Default Re: Zero Turn Mowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Midniteoyl View Post
    But can it do this?


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    Just did that tonight - but I take a full swath. Doesn't your deck have that capacity?

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    Default Re: Zero Turn Mowers

    Sure, but I was going after the 'finished mowed' look at 4" high

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    I have a Ferris Evolution 36" and a Scag Tiger Cub 48". I would normally go 48" or 52" but I got a deal I could not pass up and a spare machine is never a bad thing. I like the Ferris for the suspension, the ride is very comfortable and less bouncy compared to the Scag. Scags are excellent machines as well, I just need to add a suspension seat.
    New Holland TC25D, 7308 Loader w/68" HD Bucket, 757C Backhoe, RB1572 Rear Blade, Lorenz 630 Snowblower

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