Lawn mower upgrade
alan.borlandCYY2TS-T Posts: 1
I have a 15 year old mountfield sp535 lawnmower (4 wheeled rotary with self drive) and I have been very happy with the way it has performed, but I'm thinking about a replacement. My lawn is generally flat, is divided in 2 parts (upper and lower) with a steep slope connecting the 2 parts. This slope drops around 2 meters at an angle of approximately 40 degrees and is around 8 meters wide. I cut across the slope using the mountfield without any issues. I'm now thinking about getting a rotary mower with a rear roller and wondered how these cope with the slopes - I was thinking about the Hayter Harrier 41, until I read in the Hayter manual that a 20 degree slope is the maximum - is that particular to the Hayter as the mountfield equivalent doesn't have any slope restrictions?