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When I was looking at the Iseki they were quite happy to give me a demo on the condition that I let the grass grow on for a week and then waited for a wet day.

 

To be that confident they have to be good!

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I do really like Etesia but when we had the demo the Iseki came out on top it was thick grass 6 inch long and pouring with Rain the Iseki would go lower in the cut where the Etesia would block .

 

Get demo sorted and make your own mind up.

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When I was looking at the Iseki they were quite happy to give me a demo on the condition that I let the grass grow on for a week and then waited for a wet day.

 

To be that confident they have to be good!

 

I agree with this, also get them to leave it with you for a couple of days so you can give it a fair go.

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we have two g23s but both have developed the same problem the drive on the front has broken mounting bolts and has cracked bearing housing plate in front of pto shaft. anyone had similar problems.

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we have two g23s but both have developed the same problem the drive on the front has broken mounting bolts and has cracked bearing housing plate in front of pto shaft. anyone had similar problems.


Yes ours went the same this year

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did you cure the problem have fitted new bearing and mounting plate complete. uj seems ok but after 5 hrs running has cracked the plate again. expensive.  any thoughts . seems there is an underlining fault . would like to hear any views thanks

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