Well, yes hard to say without knowing the property, but I will say that the ditches that go down two sides of my property are really rough, half the effort of mowing my 2.5 acres was spent on them when I had my little John Deere 214, they really knocked the wind out of you in some areas. I can now mow over those areas pretty quickly now with my is700z, I still have a few areas I know to slow down for, but most of it I can hit at mostly full speed. The straight axle suspension will help you in areas where the bumps aren't parallel to one another, but when hitting one that both front or rear wheels hit the same ruts is sure to cause some bounce. The seat does have some springs to help with shock too though.
Originally Posted by hu lowery
I know the Badboy has some larger tires on it also, which will help with riding over some of those. Also not sure what the tire pressure is on them, but may be a little lower on it to help with absorbing some shock. So as I mentioned before, the warranty was the winning factor between the two for me, but not regretted buying the Ferris and has worked well for the last two years.
To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault