John Deere Zero-Turn mowers are designed to give you a crisp cut faster than other mowers can. As the name suggests, these mowers have a zero turning radius, meaning they can literally turn on a dime. With these machines, you don’t need to be on the lookout for a place wide enough to turn around, you can turn pretty much whenever you want. They are much faster than traditional ride-on mowers which means faster mowing times, and who can complain about that? Unless leisurely mows are your thing, then more power to you.
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What To Look For
Power & Speed
When you’re shopping for a new mower, some of the most important specs to pay attention to are engine power and top speed. The more power an engine has, the faster it can mow and the thicker the grass it can handle. If you are looking for a mower to cut a small yard with thin grass, you likely would be fine with a lower-powered mower. But if you are in the landscaping business, you will likely be taking on a variety of grass types and want to get the job done as quickly as possible and in that case, a higher-powered, faster mower is a better option for you.
It’s easy to think the bigger the better when it comes to mower decks, but that’s not always the case. A larger mower deck means you can get a wide area cut in a single pass, but it also means you can’t mow between any obstacles that are narrower than the deck. When you are picking out a zero-turn mower, think about the obstacles you will likely be mowing around and about how far apart they will be placed. Sometimes getting a smaller deck is actually a better option because they can fit in and between more spaces.
How comfortable do you want to be? It’s an important question to consider before making a purchase. While all of John Deere’s Zero-Turns are designed for operator comfort, there are some models and packages that offer upgrade seat options. Other optional features include Folding Rollover Protective Structure, upgraded seat suspension, adjustable foot platforms, and more.
Zero-Turns For Sale
If you are interested in testing out a John Deere Zero-Turn Mower, swing by Lasseter Tractor in Tifton, Georgia and we will be more than happy to help you out.
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