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Old 04-28-2012, 06:06 PM   #1
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http://desmoines.craigslist.org/grd/2981541353.html

Does anyone have experience or know anything about these? I know they are for residential use, but seems like a good deal if it runs well.

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Looks more like a Hover Round them a real lawn mower.
How big a lawn do you have?

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Looks more like a Hover Round them a real lawn mower.
How big a lawn do you have?
its for a townhome complex I mow once a week. The entire property is around 20,000 sq. ft or roughly 1/2 acre.
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Dixon makes so far better ones then that.
Also concider where your going to get parts for it, any dealers near by?
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well it sold....

there is a dealer within 20 minutes of where I live. Just thought I'd be able to get a cheaper ztr....I'll keep looking
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well it sold....

there is a dealer within 20 minutes of where I live. Just thought I'd be able to get a cheaper ztr....I'll keep looking
Dixon makes a solid mower. They're kind of a middle-of-the-road product, like a lot of others.

If you're looking for maneuverability, a ztr is definitely nice. In my experience, the only downside is that don't handle slopes well.

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