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    Very cool, and thanks!

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    Walkers are spendy but they have attachments too. I happen to have a Walker Model C for sale. Any of these attachments will fit on it. Can meet you half-way between MN and Chicago to deliver. http://mankato.craigslist.org/grd/4976729208.html

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    Andy, as for adding any attachments on front, be EXTREMELY careful on what the mower is designed from. I need take pictures of my mower, Simplicity. The salesman added a 150 lg set of weights to front of my mower initially. This, because I had some extremely steep hills. He was doing this to offset the weight. He has me go up-down the steep, not across. Well, adding the weights, took so much traction off the front end. Mower was practically impossible to use because of loss of traction on back end. After 2 cuts I wanted him taking mower back because I could not use it. He then took the weights off and he actually tried the mower on my land. It did work for him. He was scared. It now does work from me. NO attachments on front en. I need take pictures of the mower and the land. I will do tomorrow as long as not raining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skogy View Post
    Walkers are spendy but they have attachments too. I happen to have a Walker Model C for sale.
    That's an interesting design how they have the attachments plug into the front, I kind of like it. Not really in the market right now for a ZT, but will need to be in the nearish future with a planned relocation...just getting the ducks in a row right now.

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    Here are a few quick photos I took last night before mowing.

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    Here is Taylor Mobility Solution's Facebook page. LIKE it so they can grow and get their company out there.

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    Anyone know why system crashes each time I try to attach 2nd .jpg? I have 2 mower and 2 landscape was going to provide, but system completely crashes and tosses me out.

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    I came across this today. It's very much along the lines of what I was thinking could be built, except I would build one to have the seat slide in a way that this could be done without a whole separate stand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gcyj0XgLm08 Still, probably the best built concept I've seen to date to solve this problem for those that need it.

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