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    Zero Turn Hoist

    Way better than creeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRG View Post
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    Yeah.... x10!! You really need to stop posting pictures like that!



    I'm in the process of shopping for a zero turn and realize that I'm going to have to get on a creeper to maintain the blades on it. I'm not looking forward to that part of it. Right now I mow with a walk behind Gravely and I can pick it up from the operators station and lift it with the forks on the tractor. I don't think I'll be able to do that with a zero-turn.
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