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    2038R and 72D Quality Of Cut

    The 72D sure does cut beautifully. Just sayin’!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    The 72D sure does cut beautifully. Just sayin’!

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    Yes it does. It also helps to have a great yard like yours.


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    Love how mine cuts. Neighbors always comment that it looks like a golf course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    The 72D sure does cut beautifully. Just sayin’!

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    Looks great! What is your height of cut? I have yet to use my 60D, but hopefully tomorrow or Wednesday. I still haven’t decided if I’m going to stipe my lawn or not. Couldn’t do it with my cub because it didn’t have live PTO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpoog1989 View Post
    Looks great! What is your height of cut? I have yet to use my 60D, but hopefully tomorrow or Wednesday. I still haven’t decided if I’m going to stipe my lawn or not. Couldn’t do it with my cub because it didn’t have live PTO.
    I generally keep it pretty long, somewhere between 4"-5". I have not watered all year as we've had generous amounts of rain up until now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    I generally keep it pretty long, somewhere between 4"-5". I have not watered all year as we've had generous amounts of rain up until now.

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    I’m in the camp of long grass as well. I think 3.5-4” is ideal for home lawns. I have no way of watering, so taller grass and longer roots is best.
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    Jeez, kind of a big machine and deck for that size lawn! What does it take you, 3 passes?
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    I cut mine at 2”. Supposed cut at 1.5” but the auto connect deck won’t go that low without digging a trench with the front foot.

    Southern Bermuda grass lawn. If you cut any longer it won’t fill in or get thick. No irrigation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    The 72D sure does cut beautifully. Just sayin’!

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    That looks suspiciously like a suburban lawn, HomesteadJoe.
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    Looks great Joe!!
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