Replacement cemetery mower.

My kubota Gh150v-e has finally decided to give up the ghost and I'm looking to replace it with something to make my life a bit easier.

The headstones are randomly set so running straight up and down is not possible and means I have to then go back round with a strimmer to get into some of the corners and between the headstones. 

Does anyone have any ideas or opinions on what the best replacement would be?

Thank in advance. 

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  • PRO
    I’ll try again since it’s not worked twice though that may be my brain not working properly!
    Weibang 53 SM PRO
    The new Weibang Vitrtue 53 SM PRO is a four wheeled rotary mulching lawnmower powered by a commercial Kawasaki FJ180 engine. This robust mulching mow…
    • PRO
      That what I’ve been using this year on cemeteries. Quick and quiet if a little big for some places.
      Won’t be brilliant if not cutting at least fortnightly.
      Leaves a nice finish as long as you don’t go too short though.
      Weibang 53 SM PRO
      The new Weibang Vitrtue 53 SM PRO is a four wheeled rotary mulching lawnmower powered by a commercial Kawasaki FJ180 engine. This robust mulching mow…
  • PRO

    I'm on a 3 week schedule. I did have a Victa as a backup but that has developed a fault where it's impossible to control the engine speed (revs its nuts off to the point I thought it was going to explode). Even my local engine whisperer can't get it to behave.

    I'll add the weibang to my list of possible replacements though. 

  • PRO

    I'd consider a three wheeler.

  • PRO

    I was going to say that locally they use Honda Zero Turn pedestrian mowers. Never used one so no idea if they're good, bad or ugly

  • Titan pro, zero turn 3 in 1. Got a 7.5 horse engine given it some real hammer this year with no problems even used to mulch hedge cuttings. Had a weibang previously 6hp 22 inch mower so called professional engine after 2 blow ups in a year it was mothballed.
  • PRO

    Something with front wheel drive like a Stiga or Viking Mulcher. I've tried swivel wheel mowers and personall I dont get on with them.

  • The Clippo, front wheel drive, light, rubber mounted swivel handlesmay be worth a look. 

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