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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default Comments on Gravely ZT 1540? or others?

I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?

Any other suggestions (even regular lawn tractors, if you can justify
their use around all the lawn scaping and all the turns that'll be
necessary)

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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #2
Steveo
 
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google-spam@nethole.com (4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act) wrote:
> I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
> shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
> It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?
>

Z- turns are not good on steep hills. my .03 cents
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #3
Steveo
 
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google-spam@nethole.com (4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act) wrote:
> I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
> shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
> It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?
>

Z- turns are not good on steep hills. my .03 cents
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #4
Steveo
 
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google-spam@nethole.com (4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act) wrote:
> I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
> shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
> It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?
>

Z- turns are not good on steep hills. my .03 cents
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #5
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"4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act" <google-spam@nethole.com> wrote in
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> I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
> shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
> It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?
>
> Any other suggestions (even regular lawn tractors, if you can justify
> their use around all the lawn scaping and all the turns that'll be
> necessary)
>
> Please e-mail a reply


Did you look at there hydro walk behinds?
I have one with a sulky 48" with 17 kaw. eng with recoil and electric
start,and love it.
I know its double the price but it has a welded deck. Im not sure if the
1540 has that. I wouldnt think so for that price.

http://www.gravely.com/PProH/


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Old 06-04-2007, 11:34 PM   #6
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"4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act" <google-spam@nethole.com> wrote in
message news:74ed268d.0407151419.65b1b502@posting.google.c om...
> I have .6 acres of hilly grass with lots of landscaping (trees,
> shrubs, bushes, flowers, etc). Any comments on the Gravely ZT 1540?
> It goes for about $2600. Is it worth it?
>
> Any other suggestions (even regular lawn tractors, if you can justify
> their use around all the lawn scaping and all the turns that'll be
> necessary)
>
> Please e-mail a reply


Did you look at there hydro walk behinds?
I have one with a sulky 48" with 17 kaw. eng with recoil and electric
start,and love it.
I know its double the price but it has a welded deck. Im not sure if the
1540 has that. I wouldnt think so for that price.

http://www.gravely.com/PProH/


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