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    Picked up a Gravely Promaster 3000 at the tail end of mowing season. Only got to mow once, but even on my maiden mow, it cut my mow time down by 1/3. With a little practice, I may cut that time even more.

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    Just picked up an f620. i was looking at a 757 but came home with the f620 instead. It will be a few months before i get to try it out though. Not mine but same thing.


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    I used to use a JD 140 to mow, then I bought a JD Z520A 2 years ago, and all I can say is wow do they ever mow. My 140 will still be here running strong when the zero turn is junk and melted down into a tin can, but they sure do mow good!

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    I used a Bobcat zero turn at my previous work place. Great for mowing flat ground, absolute junk on a side hill, always wanted to run drift down the hill. In fact two years ago a friends father died on a zero turn. He was mowing on a side hill around a pond and it drifted down the hill into the pond and he drowned. I will probably never own one because my lawn is not all that big and has some steep little hills. And i like my JD 112L a lot and dont want anything different.
    Sometimes you'r the windshield. Sometimes you'r the bug!
    1974 JD 112 1985 JD 112 L 48" Custom built cultivator

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    My dad stopped using his JD 400 about 10 years ago and bought an ExMark with a 72" cut to mow his 3+ acres and I heard for over a year how awesome it was. When I finally mowed with it, I couldn't believe it's performance. It was crazy... the engine would not bog down in tall wet grass and if the blades were reasonable sharp, it would make a clean cut. The only limit to how fast you can mow is how smooth the yard is. Truly a heavy commercial machine.

    On a side not, I am closing on a house with 6 acres down here in the Memphis, TN area on the 3rd and I negotiated the PO's JD Z925R into the deal. :0) I have not had my butt on it yet but can't wait to compare it to my dad's ExMark. If it isn't awesome (and I expect it will me as it is a commercial grade too), I am going to sell it and look for a 430 with rear PTOl :-)
    1973 JD 140 H3 (restored 2005) **Sold**
    1988 JD 332 with Ruegg Cat 0/Cat 1 3 Point Hitch (restored 2015)
    1988 JD 430 with Rear PTO and 3 Point Hitch **Sold**
    1971 JD 70 (restored 2005) *Sold 2014*
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    1979 JD 400; just inherited this, was the mower I used living at home for over 10 years. Next Restoration Project

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    I want to meet the guy that got seriously hurt mowing around a swing set.
    1973 JD 140 H3 (restored 2005) **Sold**
    1988 JD 332 with Ruegg Cat 0/Cat 1 3 Point Hitch (restored 2015)
    1988 JD 430 with Rear PTO and 3 Point Hitch **Sold**
    1971 JD 70 (restored 2005) *Sold 2014*
    1967 Brass Tag #80 Cart (restored 2014)
    JD 4 Way 54" Blade **Sold**
    CMP Cat. 0 De-Thatcher
    BXpanded Cat. 1 26 gal. Sprayer
    1979 JD 400; just inherited this, was the mower I used living at home for over 10 years. Next Restoration Project

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    No pictures yet but I've got a Gravely 2012 ZT HD 60 bought new. I was spending a lot of time on the road and needed something reliable for my better half to use. It's perfect for mowing around all those trees she thinks our yard needs.

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    I have a eXmark with 72" cut powered by a Kawasaki 27 hp liquid cooled engine. I cuts awesome with Gator blades, can mow and trim 2-1/2 acres in a little over an hour, even with going over any rows of cuttings to make them totally disappear.

    Still love my JD's though for hauling, garden work, etc.
    1939 JD Model H, 1974 JD 112 Electric Lift & Auxiliary gas tank , 1987 JD 332, Brinly 10" plow, Brinly disc, 43 Front blade, Brinly Cultivator (11 tine), 4 suitcase weights, 6 cast iron wheel weights.

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