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Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"I have been around for long enough to know that a Pro label doesn't always mean a lot.  Honda & Hayter used it to charge a lot more for a front bumper & a conduit for the cables.  The popularity of the humble Izy shows that a domestic machine can be…"
1 hour ago
Gary RK replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"But as per title - what about their Mowers?
Re: strimmers - checked their EU virbration data which shows the largest Hyundai strimmer is on parr and (considerably) less than key Stihl Models with regards to Vibration levels. Now there's a nice surpr…"
1 hour ago
David Cox replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"I was told by my dealer that their OK made - but lots of short comings, IE Highish Vibs, Rubber damping mounts rather than springs, and thinner steel shafts on the strimmers - Overall said their top notch DIY tools but a bit lightly made for commerc…"
1 hour ago
Andy Kenney posted a discussion
Bought a new Tanaka from local dealer this week; Added the Oregon twist load metal head on it. Anyone else run one? In the week I've had it, it is an excellent machine, smooth and quiet yet powerful as you like. 
3 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"They are probably good for domestic use, but for on and off trucks/vans all day everyday probably not.
The engine may be good but if the wheels or handles fall off your not working!"
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Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"I was enquiring because they are a new brand. I am a Honda man myself.

Hyundai have built up a good reputation for their vehicles. I would be surprised if they would risk this by producing bad products with their name on them."
12 hours ago
Tom Beevor replied to Peter Davis's discussion Hyundai Mowers
"I would echo Richard on this one, theres a difference between reasonable and cheap. £700 for a new Viking is reasonable, for a professional mower, that is really the lower end of what I'd expect to pay. They're built to last and to work, unlike thei…"
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