Ferris ProCut S

Muddy Dog

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Wanting to know if anyone has any experience with these.
Im concerned about the wheels spinning while at an angle on a slope.
They mention wheel spinning in the attached video starting at around the 2:00 minute mark, but I dont know if its a common problem, or if they are referring to something else related to loading/unloading.
 
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Take an air body saw which is a pneumatic hack saw and slice an X pattern in the bald tires. Make a diamond pattern like pushmower wheels. Easy way to retread racing slicks.

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Take an air body saw which is a pneumatic hack saw and slice an X pattern in the bald tires. Make a diamond pattern like pushmower wheels. Easy way to retread racing slicks.

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Sounds like a great idea if I had bought one that had bald tires :D
I havent bought one yet. Im asking to see if anyone might have first hand experience with them.
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Over the last couple of years Ive read several different times that front mount mowers can mow a hill/slope better than a midmount.
So Im wondering if this ProCut S is any better or worse than other front mounts due to its design.
 

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I don't have the ferris but i had a yazoo HTPOK which is a very similar mower and wheel spin was difinately an issue. Many times had to lift the deck to put weight on the drive wheels. Did not do well on slopes.
 

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I don't have the ferris but i had a yazoo HTPOK which is a very similar mower and wheel spin was difinately an issue. Many times had to lift the deck to put weight on the drive wheels. Did not do well on slopes.
I wish they held the ground like the other front mount mowers.
Thanks for the reply.

I see others have experience with them.
@reynoldston
 
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