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  1. #11
    Super Member radioman's Avatar
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    Default Re: 54" vs 60" John Deere Mid Mount Mower

    Same here - I got the 60 on BX and don't scalp the lawn. If the wheels were adjusted right, you wouldnt scalp the lawn. If it did - then you know you have a high spot in lawn that is unsightly and the problem is now "cured"

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    Default Re: 54" vs 60" John Deere Mid Mount Mower

    Quote Originally Posted by radioman View Post
    Same here - I got the 60 on BX and don't scalp the lawn. If the wheels were adjusted right, you wouldnt scalp the lawn. If it did - then you know you have a high spot in lawn that is unsightly and the problem is now "cured"
    Exactly

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    Default Re: 54" vs 60" John Deere Mid Mount Mower

    I have a bagger for a 60" deck. Let me know if you are interested.

    JPC

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