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Cub Cadet 46 in. 22 HP Gas-Powered Enduro Series Riding Lawn Mower, XT1 LT46, Kohler Engine
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Cub Cadet XT1 LT42 Intellipower 42 in. Riding Mower
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Troy-Bilt 42 in. 15.5 HP Gas-Powered Pony Riding Lawn Mower, Briggs & Stratton Engine, 500cc, Steel Deck, 13AM77BSA66
Greenworks 60V 42-in. Cordless Battery Electric CrossoverT Tractor Riding Lawn Mower, (6) 8 Ah Battery & Chargers, Mower CRT426
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Greenworks 60V 30-in. CrossoverT Electric Battery Riding Lawn Mower with (2) 8.0Ah, (2) 4.0Ah Batteries & 600-Watt Charger
Cub Cadet Enduro Series Rider Xt1 Lt42B 19Hp B&S Engine, 13ALA9TSA10
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Troy-Bilt 42 in. 19 HP Gas-Powered Bronco Riding Lawn Mower
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Greenworks Pro 42 in. 60V Cordless Battery Electric CrossoverT Tractor Riding Lawn Mower (4) 8 Ah Battery & (2) Chargers CRT426

Riding Lawn Mowers

Looking to make your lawn maintenance tasks a breeze? Look no further than riding lawn mowers. These powerful machines are designed to effortlessly tackle large yards, making them an essential tool for homeowners and professional landscapers alike. With their comfortable seating, ease of use, and efficient cutting abilities, riding lawn mowers offer a convenient and time-saving solution for keeping your grass looking pristine. 

How a Riding Lawn Mower Works

Riding lawn mowers provide a faster and more effective alternative to push mowers and other manual mowing options. Riding lawn mowers feature strong engines that propel you and the mower forward while you steer. Underneath the mower, is a mowing deck that houses the blades, which trim the grass as you ride. 

Benefits of a Riding Lawn Mower

The advantages of riding lawn mowers are evident in their ability to cover more ground quickly, reducing the time and effort required for yard maintenance. Lawn mowers also prioritize comfort by providing the driver with a place to comfortably sit so that you can further enjoy your time living Life Out Here. 

Choosing Between Gas vs. Electric Riding Mowers

Choosing between a gas and electric riding lawn mower depends on your preferences as well as the specific needs of your lawn. Riding mowers are typically categorized by the type of power they use and any special features, such as:

  • Gas Riding Mowers: These mowers operate like a standard vehicle with a foot pedal and steering wheel. Gas riding mowers are ideal for larger yards and fields, as they can easily cut through thick areas of grass and last longer with a single tank of gas than an electric mower battery. 

  • Electric Riding Mowers: These mowers are eco-friendly and quieter when compared to gas models. Battery-operated and cordless electric riding lawn mowers are rechargeable and do not require fuel, yet they still provide the power needed to mow areas. 

  • Zero-Turn Riding Mowers: With additional features and a different build than traditional riding mowers, zero-turn models have a 0° turn radius. This means they can deliver sharp, precise cuts in even the most difficult-to-navigate areas, like tree lines, shrubbery, pathways, and gardens. Most zero-turn mowers operate on gas, but there are electric models available.

Finding the Right Riding Lawn Mower for You

As you’re narrowing down Selecting the right riding lawn mower requires consideration of the following factors: 

  • Lawn Size: When selecting a mower based on the size of your lawn, it is important to know which size of mowing deck your lawn requires. Certain models have wider mowing decks and can more efficiently trim your grass, while those with smaller blade decks or zero-turn capabilities may be better suited for lawns with trees and bushes that require easier maneuverability.
  • Terrain Type: When it comes to lawn maintenance equipment, the type of terrain you have is arguably your biggest consideration. Tractor Supply has mower riding models specifically for flat terrains, sloped terrains and uneven terrains, as well as options that can handle most terrains.
  • Special Features: It is also important to know that the price of a riding lawn mower is dependent on features such as engine horsepower, deck width, turning radius, and comfort elements such as high-back seats and cup holders. 

More Than a Mower 

The versatility of riding lawn mowers is further amplified by a variety of attachments designed to address specific lawn care needs. Riding mowers equipped with these attachments not only streamline lawn care tasks, but also enhance functionality by making them tools for year-round landscape. 

  • Dump Carts: Dump cart attachments are perfect for hauling debris, plants and  landscaping materials.

  • Snowplows and snowblower attachments: Snow blowers and snow plows can transform your mower into a winter warrior, clearing driveways and sidewalks with ease. 

  • Bagging and Mulching Attachments: For those aiming for a manicured lawn, bagging and mulching attachments offer options to manage clippings and leaves effectively. 

Riding lawn mowers from Tractor Supply can help to make living Life Out Here even more enjoyable. To find the right mower for you and your lawn, head to your local Tractor Supply store where you can get help from a trusted team member or explore the options available online. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Riding Lawn Mowers 

Can I use a riding lawn mower on uneven terrain?

While riding lawn mowers are generally designed for flat or gently-sloping terrain, some models are equipped to handle uneven ground. Always check the manufacturer's guidelines for your specific mower.

What is the ideal mowing height for my grass?

The ideal mowing height varies depending on the grass type, but a general rule is to mow at a height of 2.5 to 4 inches. 

How do I winterize my riding lawn mower?

Before storing for winter you should winterize your lawn mower by cleaning the mower, changing the oil, replacing the air filter and stabilizing the fuel.

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