I bought a gravely!

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  1. CoreyB

    CoreyB Yep I am your neighborhood coffee man

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    Ya that suspension seat would be real nice. This one is not bad at all but I bet that 152 is a real sweet machine.
     
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    Carbine Super OPE Member

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    I bought it used for a song at an estate sale. I was really looking for an Exmark at the time, because that's what I had the most experience with... We bought a house with quite a bit more yard, and I wanted a commercial ztr.
    In the long run, I'm glad I ended up with this Gravely. I don't think anyone has them beat, especially for the money. I would own a Scag also, they are pretty impressive machines, but can get into some $$$ quick with them also.

    Here is mine. I really enjoy using it.
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    When you get into the higher end machines (eXmark, Toro, Gravely, Scag, Husqvarna, John Deere, Walker) they are all equally good, it really all comes down to good dealer support.
     
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    You got me looking now. We just inherited my Mother-in-laws lawn to mow an although I have a walk behind Zero Turn -- the thought of a rider with her huge yard is pulling at me!
     
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