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      05-26-2020, 03:20 PM   #89
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Thanks. I'll look at EGO stuff
Home depot deal of the day today... just sayin.

21" mower for $250 and has a bunch of the other tools for sale today as well

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Hoping to move to a house soon. Will probably need to purchase lawnmower right away and all other stuff later as well. Any recommendations? I was looking at zero-turn mowers....lot is like 0.8 acres
Kobalt electric mower w/battery pack. I will NEVER go back to gas.
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My first lawn tractor....

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I have 10,000 ft2 in the front and 8,000 ft2 in the back of grass to cut....using a 21 inch mower "doesn't cut it"....purchased a new John Deere E120 with 42 inch cutting deck and a V-twin 20 HP engine with iron sleeves and positive pressure lubrication system.
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I have 10,000 ft2 in the front and 8,000 ft2 in the back of grass to cut....using a 21 inch mower "doesn't cut it"....purchased a new John Deere E120 with 42 inch cutting deck and a V-twin 20 HP engine with iron sleeves and positive pressure lubrication system.
It's very cute.
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I have 10,000 ft2 in the front and 8,000 ft2 in the back of grass to cut....using a 21 inch mower "doesn't cut it"....purchased a new John Deere E120 with 42 inch cutting deck and a V-twin 20 HP engine with iron sleeves and positive pressure lubrication system.
That lawn tractor is just too clean.
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That lawn tractor is just too clean.
It's maiden voyage was yesterday....I didn't drive it through the fence

Took the yard blower and blew off all the clippings and then connected the cutting deck water wash and set the deck to it's lowest setting and engaged the cutting blades....

It was waxed and black plastic treated with Mother's product before it's maiden voyage.

Will keep it looking and running like new.
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It's maiden voyage was yesterday....I didn't drive it through the fence

Took the yard blower and blew off all the clippings and then connected the cutting deck water wash and set the deck to it's lowest setting and engaged the cutting blades....

It was waxed and black plastic treated with Mother's product before it's maiden voyage.

Will keep it looking and running like new.
Just so you know, the washout connection is not effective for long term care of the mower deck. Make sure you visually check it once a month or so to ensure it is not getting clogged up. Also clean it at the end of the season by hand.

And I waxed my lawn tractors as well. They cut a lot better when they are shiny.
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Just so you know, the washout connection is not effective for long term care of the mower deck. Make sure you visually check it once a month or so to ensure it is not getting clogged up. Also clean it at the end of the season by hand.

And I waxed my lawn tractors as well. They cut a lot better when they are shiny.


I did that for the first year. Now it's been sitting outside for 3 years. The rain keeps it clean .
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A clean lawn mower. Imagine that!
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