Need to get up to speed on ZTs

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frogracer

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NH T4.120 - ArmstrongAg Grapple, Pallet Fork
Oh yes - Puppy 1 of 2 both were happy!

They ran all around and wore themselves out following me while I was mowing. They wanted to ride with me like they do in the Mule and Tractor but not on this machine!!!

If they jump there is no way to stop fast enough.
 
   #32  

BigBlue1

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Middle MN
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JD: 2520 & x758
Here are a few pictures of what I ended up with. Bad Boy Rogue 2021 with the 35hp Yamaha EFI and 72" deck.

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Took it for a spin around the property and a few swaths of mowing just to check it out. Man, I think the suspension is really going to be a major benefit for me. My lawn is mildly bumpy all over and this really smooths things out. This thing is massive too. It's all proportional so it doesn't really look that big in pics but it is a monster. 72" deck is 12" more width that I had with my Deere x758. And I think it isn't as loud at WOT as the diesel on the Deere. Grass is getting green under the old long brown stuff so it won't be long until this gets a good workout.

Rob
 
   #33  

tradosaurus

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Texarkana, TX
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Kubota MX5400 HST, heavy duty bucket, 3rd function, R1 tires (rears filled), 2 remotes
Woah. That's a nice machine.
 
   #34  

blacktruck

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Texarkana, TX
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Cub cadet 2450 and several older Ford LGTs
Here are a few pictures of what I ended up with. Bad Boy Rogue 2021 with the 35hp Yamaha EFI and 72" deck.

PXL_20210403_173856143-X2.jpg


Took it for a spin around the property and a few swaths of mowing just to check it out. Man, I think the suspension is really going to be a major benefit for me. My lawn is mildly bumpy all over and this really smooths things out. This thing is massive too. It's all proportional so it doesn't really look that big in pics but it is a monster. 72" deck is 12" more width that I had with my Deere x758. And I think it isn't as loud at WOT as the diesel on the Deere. Grass is getting green under the old long brown stuff so it won't be long until this gets a good workout.

Rob
Precisely the mower I have been looking at. Keep us posted on what you think of it. Nice purchase.
 
   #36  

lman

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Indiana
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New Holland 3040, New Holland 1530, Oliver 1850
Here are a few pictures of what I ended up with. Bad Boy Rogue 2021 with the 35hp Yamaha EFI and 72" deck.

PXL_20210403_173856143-X2.jpg

PXL_20210403_173929972-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_173958478-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_174001275-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_174033296-X2.jpg

PXL_20210403_174059784-X3.jpg


Took it for a spin around the property and a few swaths of mowing just to check it out. Man, I think the suspension is really going to be a major benefit for me. My lawn is mildly bumpy all over and this really smooths things out. This thing is massive too. It's all proportional so it doesn't really look that big in pics but it is a monster. 72" deck is 12" more width that I had with my Deere x758. And I think it isn't as loud at WOT as the diesel on the Deere. Grass is getting green under the old long brown stuff so it won't be long until this gets a good workout.

Rob
That baby is going to go through some gas.
 
  
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KTurner

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Here are a few pictures of what I ended up with. Bad Boy Rogue 2021 with the 35hp Yamaha EFI and 72" deck.

PXL_20210403_173856143-X2.jpg

PXL_20210403_173929972-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_173958478-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_174001275-X3.jpg

PXL_20210403_174033296-X2.jpg

PXL_20210403_174059784-X3.jpg


Took it for a spin around the property and a few swaths of mowing just to check it out. Man, I think the suspension is really going to be a major benefit for me. My lawn is mildly bumpy all over and this really smooths things out. This thing is massive too. It's all proportional so it doesn't really look that big in pics but it is a monster. 72" deck is 12" more width that I had with my Deere x758. And I think it isn't as loud at WOT as the diesel on the Deere. Grass is getting green under the old long brown stuff so it won't be long until this gets a good workout.

Rob

What are the two cooling fans located beside the battery?
 
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BigBlue1

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Those are the hydro drive pumps. They are separate from the motors that are down next to each wheel. One pump and one motor for each side, separated so the pumps are better protected and cooling fans aren't down by the ground. The pumps have cooling fans.
 
   #39  

metalbender

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Massey 1742
Just a quick note here. Needed to replace my old Deines ZT with something more body friendly. Purchased a Toro Titan 60 inch with My Ride after a couple laps around the dealer's lot. All I can say is give one a try. Toro has made mowers for a long time.
 
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BigBlue1

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Toro makes some really good stuff and at many price points. Plus they have a strong dealer network. Definitely one of many good choices. Congrats on your Titan!
 
 
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