The operator runs on alky :bananarope:Sweet!
When'z it gonna run alky....?? :smoking:
wait, its almost an acre :evilgrin:
hey can you get parts for this thing? :dancingpig:
I've worked on a Tiger Cat that's approx. 10 years old and the frame has been welded twice on the left side and once on the right (sitting on the machine) where the square tubes go forward to the caster mounts. I hope they've reinforced them a bit on the newer models or changed the stress points somehow. It is a nice rugged machine other than that, and the frame issues wouldn't push me away from it. I'm not and never have been a Scag dealer, so this case may have been related to that single machine and it's owner/operator. I've seen 2 Scags in this area so take it for what it's worth. You'll like it, they ride and cut nice fo sho!
i havent read any issue with the frame with the later units or at least with any tiger cats/wildcats.
but they probably had some things to work out in the begining with any new platform (search scags new v-ride). far as i know tiger cub came out in around 2000s, then scag changed the name to tiger cat in around 08-09. they also sold them under the wildcat name with more options standard with bigger engines to choose from.
DUDE I am so frikin jealous... I wanta a Tiger cat in a bad way GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.
so tom, how you like the Husqvarna P-ZT and PZ series of zeros? they look very nice and seems to be getting some notice with the pros.