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09-19-2019 01:55 PM
Knightenno
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Originally Posted by DenisCesel View Post
I think you need a garden tractor. I also have a couple of acres and I use one of garden tractors. It was a little bit hard to choose one, nut a good friend of my family is a farmer he adviced me some models of garden tractors http://https://www.growgardener.com/...arden-tractor/ .
He influenced my chose a little bit and I bought Poulan Pro. If read this page I am sure you will find what you search!
yeap garden tractor solve all problems
09-19-2019 10:55 AM
DenisCesel
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Originally Posted by Papa D View Post
Now that I have a couple of acres I am going to be taking care of, I am in need of a ride on mower. I have seen these 2 terms (Yard tractor and Lawn tractor) but don't know what the difference is between them. Anyone able to shed some light on this for me?
I think you need a garden tractor. I also have a couple of acres and I use one of garden tractors. It was a little bit hard to choose one, nut a good friend of my family is a farmer he adviced me some models of garden tractors http://https://www.growgardener.com/...arden-tractor/ .
He influenced my chose a little bit and I bought Poulan Pro. If read this page I am sure you will find what you search!
01-23-2012 12:49 PM
C.E.Divine There is a guy in my home town that builds alcohol powered racing mowers. He modified one where he took a transfer case and used the four wheel drive to power the cutting deck. He could grind stumps with that thing.
01-23-2012 12:37 PM
Papa D Now the other question... mod or leave stock?
01-20-2012 09:59 PM
463 here is what i picked up in 2009 and like it.
01-20-2012 09:43 PM
Stephen I have one of these.
Regular belt changing and oil changing every year and its been good.



I did break the front left tire off going into a small sink hole and the gas cap lost its sealing ability but nothing a jack and and 40 bucks cant fix.
I have a horse fence and 10 trees I cut around as well as the numerous plants she plants each year. (some get mowed over some dont).
The belts are what makes me mad about this mower.
There are to many.
It has a gas pedal but its not a gas pedal its just another belt to replace.
I stretched the spring out on mine and attached it to something under there and when I hit the "gas pedal" its full speed.
My throttle is the old rabbit thing.....up and down.
I like it though.
Now my tractors I plow the corn and tobacco fields with is something totally different.
01-20-2012 09:19 PM
Dwayne J I have a little under an acre and live half a mile behind a John Deere dealership. I bought the 1995 vintage 38" rider from the previous homeowner, serves the purpose but I wont be shopping for a Deere come time to replace it. As said you pay for the name, and to add insult to that injury they keep getting cheaper built, neighbors with newer models are not happy and wont be buying new ones from the dealership they could literally drive the mower home from.

Would love a zero turn as we have a lot of trees to mow around.
01-20-2012 09:18 PM
Muad'Dib15 Cub Cadet i1050 Zero-Turn Tractor: Not Just for Lebron James - Popular Mechanics
01-20-2012 09:05 PM
Stephen
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Originally Posted by 77Impala View Post
Zero turn mower! You will have way more fun and cut the time down considerably using one of them!
YES!
What he said!
01-20-2012 08:37 PM
77Impala Zero turn mower! You will have way more fun and cut the time down considerably using one of them!
01-20-2012 03:48 PM
Stephen I got a Troy Bilt and its pretty good. Got a few acres and it has done the job for the past 9 years. A few belts to replace every now and then and the blades ever so often. Overall its a pretty good ridin mower.
01-20-2012 02:49 PM
Fuzzy from MN1988
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Originally Posted by 463 View Post
One brand i like is John deere. there all good if there used and serviced right
And feel like forking out some good amounts of money. John Deere are good tractors but way overpriced.. You're buying the name more than anything. IMO
01-20-2012 01:33 PM
463 One brand i like is John deere. there all good if there used and serviced right
01-20-2012 01:22 PM
C.E.Divine If this had been about a year ago, I had a practically new White brand tiding mower that I would have sold you for 250 bucks. It wouldn't stay running, so I sold it to a guy to fix. I would have found the problem, but I didn't have the time, and I had another perfectly good craftsman that has been a real workhorse for about 13 years now. If one fits your budget, go craftsman. With a three blade deck. They are much easier to adjust for some reason. And the 2 blade craftsman mowers like to leave high patches right in the middle of the deck where the bladed overlap. I imagine it has to do with the 14 hp engine bogging down when the going gets tough. But it is a real warrior. I helped a friend with a commercial lot one summer with it. I ran it for 12 hours straight a day for an entire week without any sign of trouble. And I even had to take it mud bogging to mow one area of one pf the lots. Didn't get stuck. Anyway, that's my input, even though you didn't ask for a recommendation, Haha. I love the craftsman mowers.

For a garden tractor, my friend that i helped out has a Kubota Bx1860. You can get all sorts of implements for them. But garden tractors are much pricier. He paid 10,775 for it.
01-20-2012 01:11 PM
tonyc712000
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Originally Posted by Papa D View Post
HA! I just found that after posting the thread. Thanks though. It is the thought that counts.
LOL! Yer welcome!
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