I know LAST year, their top of the line mowers were made by Husqvarna - darn
http://www.usa.husqvarna.com/ Ours has the Kawasaki motor in it though. I
think it was the last year for it.
Hubby says to look at the Kohler powered before the Briggs and Stratton.
We have a two year old Husky, 48" cut 22 HP - I absolutely love the
hydromatic transmission. You couldn't convince me to change unless I thought
I could get one of those little 4WD Kubotas or a bigger Zero turn mower.
Oh, and our Husky dealer comes and gets ours when it needs to be serviced,
Yours might too. As long as you don't buy it at Lowes or someplace like
that, get it at a Husqvarna dealer.
We live in Tennessee and mow about 5 acres with ours. The rest gets hit with
the tractor and the bush-hog.
: Any opinions and or advice will be appreciated.
: I need a riding mower and have been told Sears will service your mower
: at your home. This is important for me as I have no means of hauling a
: mower to a repair shop if needed, which I am unable to do if I had a
: One which will bag or catch the cuttings in the process of mowing.
: Personal experiences and preferences anyone?
: Thanks to all for responses.
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