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Originally posted by Chief
Figured this section is as close a match as I could find. Think there is a need for a New Holland section here in the GT/LT forum? Disregard the Feb. 2003 date in this article too. It is a miss print.

A NEW ZERO-TURN-RADIUS MOWER JUST FOR HOMEOWNERS
How about a ZTR section, Chief, Andy?

The NH ZTR reminds me of my father's Dixon ZTR. It has been a great, reliable mower for him. The lawn "pros" will discount the quality of the Dixons, but comparing the commercial ZTR's to the "homeowner" Dixon's is an apple/oranges type thing. Dixon is making a larger Commercial line, but I haven't heard much about them. Their smaller consumer machines are good mowers, though.
 

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I don't know Mow.........we already have a turf industry section, maybe I should have posted it there. If anything a New Holland GT/LT/ZTR section.
 

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Originally posted by Chief
I don't know Mow.........we already have a turf industry section, maybe I should have posted it there. If anything a New Holland GT/LT/ZTR section.
I forgot about the Turf section, Chief. :duh:
 

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Those are Toro Timecutters........btw.......really low end drives in them.....but we sell the 38" for 2499 so what do you expect. So far no drive probs. (crossed fingers)
New Holland......and Ford before them (used to buy from Jacobsen (now theres a blast from the past) and Gilson).........have never built what theyre selling. Why would someone buy the smaller equipment from them? :question:
 
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