plush &vacuum fan 224: Sanic, there is no way that could be possible. The ventrac would be good because there's a slope right behind my HOUSE
Ventrac: Check out the video response to this video "Slope Mowing with Ventrac" . Mr. Wiley does a good job of explaining why an All Wheel Drive Ventrac with a articulating frame, wide wheel base, and low center of gravity has an advantage on slopes over traditional tractors.
StarVoyager9: Won't a 4x4 zero turn mower do the same job? A Toro ground master or a Deere 997?
kerrywsmyth: While I am interested in this mower because I do cut on ridiculously steep hills, I also like the idea that it can go over very muddy areas because I get stuck with those types of lawns too.
kerrywsmyth: you said it: "SAFELY". Anyone with enough balls can take a risk.
nyylilg53: they should not have a belt set up they should have a driveshaft set up on it
nyylilg53: damn i bet they would flip crap if they saw a john deer
Ventrac: @robb4747 Check out the video response to this video "Slope Mowing with Ventrac" . Mr. Wiley does a good job of explaining why an All Wheel Drive Ventrac with a articulating frame, wide wheel base, and low center of gravity has an advantage on slopes over traditional tractors.
robb4747: safely on 30 degrees? any mower can do that if you have enough balls
So1othurn: @FatCatRoR its a mower. what do you think?
FatCatRoR: But does it blend?
FLY172M: @slapperdepap Most important thing on the machine.
chopperkid13: Man I tell you what, QuakerState and Chevrolet helped up put together a real nice car this season and with the help of some new sponsors like Goodyear and Tampax we were able to get it dialed in real nice to this here track. We had some real nice weather here at Talladega this weekend, kept the track nice and sticky so we could really burry into those corners and put on a good show for y'all....... Oh wait........ He is talking about tractors and not NASCAR???
Angel Slayer: HILL BILLIES
henrythomas123: @nnos4rott2 YEA BITCH!!!!
covey88: I bet that mower costs a pretty penny.
RemoteMowersCom: Very impressive machine. It is unique and useful to those especially in mountain regions. Hats off guys!
NightTurkey82: Now that's a tractor
Denver Steiner: As a Ventrac owner myself, I can vouch that 30 degree slopes is much steeper than it sounds. You don’t realize how steep 30 degree slopes are until you try to walk up one. I don’t doubt that there are other straight framed tractors that can climb or descend slopes as long as they are going up and down, but try safely turning around on a 30 degree slope, or having your brakes go out coming down the slope.
Ventrac+Duals+Engine Rated for 30 degrees=much safer slope mowing option
Lanky Kong: HA! my wee little craftsman 18hp goes up much steeper hills.