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Pat K

Cub Cadet xt1 LT42

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Spent the afternoon mower shopping after the tranny locked up on my 20 year old L200 John Deere. Have down sized to a larger than average city lot so I don't need  as big of a mower. The L100 series John Deere didn't impress me, the Husquevarna's every one seems to carry seemed very light duty too. Just sitting on them and playing with controls the Cub Cadet felt and looked like the best in the 42" size. Any one have any experience with the XTI LT42?  I'm not interested in zero turn or stand on mowers.

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I can't speak for that model but I have the LTX 1046 and really like it. Seems to be well built and works like a charm in my yard. I bought the bagger and use it to clean up the yard in the spring and fall. Works great for picking up pine cones. Mine is going on 4 years and has not given me any trouble.

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Thanks for the info. Bought one today, picking it up Thurs.  I got the bagger for leaves this fall.

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