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Ride on Mower

amycharlie Avatar
5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
can anyone recommend a ride on lawn mower for a half acre garden
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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#1
buy or hire a second hand one first if you have not had one ( before bigger is not always better) , just to see how you get on, I have a similar size plot and its only just worth having a sit on, dependant on the layout of course


then wait til september and get one cheeper as they try to clear this years stock .

Edited By: highland2010 on Jun 21, 2011 20:34
#2
tried one a couple of years ago and thought it was good but at that time could still manage garden but now have problem with knee and it is to much but keep that thought about buying in september do you know who reduces them at that time?
highland2010
buy or hire a second hand one first if you have not had one ( before bigger is not always better) , just to see how you get on, I have a similar size plot and its only just worth having a sit on, dependant on the layout of course


then wait til september and get one cheeper as they try to clear this years stock .
#3
certainly the big chains do they will probably have the x display model also your local garden centres, have a word also with the local dealers as they may have retiring models available, and they would rather be rid of one later ths year than have to store over winter
#4
Thanks for advice
highland2010
certainly the big chains do they will probably have the x display model also your local garden centres, have a word also with the local dealers as they may have retiring models available, and they would rather be rid of one later ths year than have to store over winter
#5
Grillo. Excellent machine esp if you have a slope to do.

Edited By: bigblueballoon on Jun 22, 2011 20:42
#6
MAY know of a Kabuta 13.5 bhp or sale, (fathers), not cheap cheap but a bargain non the less, if i can confirm it is, would you maybe be interested? is going to be roughly £600-900 area and is based in cornwall. cheers tho i hope you do find something.

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