DM-1 Bull Rider Sulky

Patent No. 6145855, 6488291

Let's face it. Sulkies have a hard life.

Think about your current sulky's. Are they worn out? Why?What’s your sulky made of? Commercial mowers aren’t constructed like homeowners mowers, so why should sulkies be made that way! In the rugged world of commercial mowing there’s no substitute for “good ol” heavy-duty steel. Our superior designs and state of the art manufacturing using extra heavy-duty components assures the longest life possible from your investment

Important: Use of the DM-1 or SM-1 Sulkies are not suitable for use on the Scag Pro V mower.

Instructions

Older Style Instructions

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Important notice to all sulky users/purchasers

Many factors affect the operations of a sulky. Terrain conditions such as slope, ground type, ground moisture, etc. are all factors. The mower being used to pull the sulky is obviously a major factor. Generally, the larger the mower, the less effect the sulky will have on the mower's operation. Operator weight and operating style also have an effect. Proper mower setup such as tire pressure, deck pitch/weight balance and drive adjustments become very critical. We recommend a minimum mower size of 48" (preferably with hydro drive) for the Bull Rider sulky. Although operation is satisfactory on smaller mowers the factors above should be carefully considered. The Bronco Rider sulky can be used behind most 36" and larger mowers with excellent results. It is the user's responsibility to make certain the sulky suits the mower on which it is installed. A mounting bracket which attaches to the lawn mowers motor frame connects the sulky to the mower. Most mowers currently on the market are sufficiently strong in this area; however some mowers, such as the Ferris dual drive require an optional reinforcement plate to further strengthen this area. It is the user's responsibility to make certain that the optional reinforcement plate is installed on any mower where strength of the motor frame is in question. TrimmerTrap part no. SP-43.

Important notice regarding solid filled tire use on sulkies. 

Solid filled tires are certainly much better than they were years ago. It is our opinion however that filled tires do not duplicate “air” filled tires. They are defiantly heavier and also ride harder than pneumatic tires. Because of an increase in rolling mass and less shock absorption filled tires can cause increased stress and strain on components. TrimmerTrap will not warranty parts if filled tires are used.

 

 

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