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Old 05-07-2007, 02:06 PM   #11
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Our 18 year old John Deere is unstoppable, although the drive wheels could be replaced, they're pretty smooth..

I haven't really used one that works as well as it either, all the newer ones i've used doing jobs for other ppl just don't have the right controls IMO..
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You guys ever use dixie choppers?? Now that is a lawn mower I can do wheelies with it.
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Toro'* are good!! I have a self propelled mower and a sno blower. Both are 13 years old and still work great. I had to replace a drive pulley and a belt for the mower this year but at 13 years of service that is an acceptable replacement.
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Nice touch with the Zilla logo on the bagger
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Our mower is 3 years old and it sucks...
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this is what i mow our lawn with.. and it takes less than 5 min

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I've got a 17 year old MTD mower I've been trying to kill for the last 7 years. In thepast 7 years I haven't done a bit of maintenance; no fresh oil, filters, or sparkplugs. I don't even drain the gas for the winter season and the sob still started on the 2nd pull. Frinkin Briggs & Stratton 4.5hp motor!
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About ten years ago, my Dad bought an old POS Craftsman riding mower. I'm talkin' about mid-70s here. Little 5hp motor, and it would lift the front end completely off the ground for ten feet or so if you rode the clutch right.
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Quote:
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this is what i mow our lawn with.. and it takes less than 5 min

You have some trees and weeds near your house...
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I can hold the front wheels off the ground with my self propelled push mower too.
Problem is that it doesn't cut very well that way.
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