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    Default Best place to talk zero turn mowers

    Can you guys tell me where the best place is to talk and learn about the different Zero Turn mowers? I am looking to buy one to cut my property, (5 acers) and want to make an educated decision?

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    jim!
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    Default Re: Best place to talk zero turn mowers

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    Default Re: Best place to talk zero turn mowers

    This is a fine place for said questions. You may also want to try lawnsite.com which has pros and homeowner forums. From what I have read on these sites, the top mowers are Ferris, Scag, Exmark, Bad Boy, and Hustler. I am sure there are some I've left out. I would try to get dealers to bring the mowers out for test mows on your property. ZTRs require careful handling on hills, and some cut better than others. If you are mowing 5 acres, comfort is important, so the test drive on your terrain may make all the difference. Many say the dealer is as important as the brand of machine, so that's another thing to evluate. Good luck, and post pics of your winning selection. Brian

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    Default Re: Best place to talk zero turn mowers

    Thanks fellows for the advice.

    Now the learning and searching begins...
    Diggin' dirt in Lancaster County with my PT-425

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