You got more balls than me, hauling that heavy SOB stuffed on that small trailer. I bought an 800 last fall and I really like it……
Only had to go about 5 miles, and it is rated for what it weighs, my big trailer currently has lumber on it. That will be the normal hauler.You got more balls than me, hauling that heavy SOB stuffed on that small trailer. I bought an 800 last fall and I really like it……
What have you heard about the Briggs vanguard with oil guard? Looks like a great setup, dry sump system for longer oil change intervals.I haven't seen anything but Kohler or Kawasaki in years. Briggs and Stratton on home owner versions. Briefly in the early 2000's there were some Generac engines on select Dixie Chopper models.
I've had one Kaw. Bought it last year because it was my only available option. I'm a big fan of the Kohler efi models. Nothing against the Kawi's. Just stayed with what worked.
Actually exact same size engine, 726ccSuper @Clay Showalter !
Like the independent frontend suspension, that's real nice, and your motor displacement is bigger than mine, which means you shouldn't have any problems throwing grass clear out your deck chute a good long ways no matter how wet your grass is. Nice to see you took advantage of the discount as well, good for you! Good luck with her, she's a real beauty for sure and I'm sure it'll do a great job on the yard!
Mine runs great considering all the challenges of mowing my place. The company I bought mine from has been out of business for awhile, however I still can get parts for her out of Texas if I ever need any someday.
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Nothing. To be honest, if it says Briggs, I walk away. Want to talk about the old school Briggs with cast iron blocks like they used in old garden tractors? Those were awesome. New Briggs just isn't the same. To be completely fair though, I have not used the one you mentioned. They could have made improvements.What have you heard about the Briggs vanguard with oil guard? Looks like a great setup, dry sump system for longer oil change intervals.