Zero Turn Ride On Mowers

There are a number of reasons why a zero turn ride on mower could become your new best friend – they can turn around on the spot (180 degrees), are easily controlled, can move faster than standard tractors, and are highly durable (making them suited to commercial jobs, too).

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$4,999
 

- Toro 708cc 16.8kW V-Twin Engine

- 42" Stamped Steel Deck

$4,999
 

- Toro 452cc OHV Engine

- 32" Stamped Steel Deck

$5,299 was $5,799
 

- Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin 18hp Engine

- 46" Stamped Steel Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$5,599 was $5,999
 

- Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin 21.5hp Engine

- 42" ClearCut Fabricated Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$6,299
 

- Toro 708cc 16.8kW V-Twin Engine

- 42" Fabricated Deck

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$6,399 was $7,099
 

- Toro 708cc 18.3kW V-Twin Engine

- 42" Fabricated Deck

$6,499 was $6,899
 

- Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin 21.5hp Engine

- 42" Heavy Duty ClearCut Fabricated Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$6,899 was $7,399
 

- Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin 23hp Engine

- 48" ClearCut Fabricated Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$7,295
 

- Toro 708cc 18.3kW V-Twin Engine

- 50" (127cm) Fabricated Deck

$7,399 was $7,899
 

- Kawasaki FR Series VTwin 24hp Engine

- 54" ClearCut Fabricated Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$7,499
 

- Toro 708cc 18.3kW V-Twin Engine

- 50" Fabricated Deck

$7,970
 

- Briggs & Stratton 22hp Engine

- 42" Dual Disc Deck

$8,139
 

- Briggs & Stratton 24hp Engine

- 42" Dual Disc Cutting Deck

$8,199
 

- Toro 708cc 18.3kW V-Twin Engine

- 50" Fabricated Deck

$8,700
 

- Briggs & Stratton 24hp Engine

- 48" Dual Disc Cutting Deck

$8,795 was $9,499
 

- Toro 708cc 16.8kW V-Twin Engine

- 48" Fabricated GRADE 50 Deck

$8,799 was $9,199
 

- Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin 23hp Engine

- 48" ClearCut Fabricated Deck

- Electric Blade Engagement

$9,125
 

- Honda GXV630 OHV 23hp Engine

- 42" Dual Disc Cutting Deck

Why should you buy a zero turn ride on mower?

Superior maneuverability Test

One of the main features of zero turn models, and makes them so popular, is that they are able to turn around on the spot. This makes mowing tight or narrow spaces easier and faster than ever, as it avoids the need to reverse the machine.

Domestic and commercial mowing

Whilst zero turn mowers were originally designed for commercial use, they have slowly gained popularity within the domestic sphere, too. There are now many different models available, ranging from smaller domestic zero turns to high powered, heavy duty machines suited for larger properties. We will have a model ideally suited to your needs.

 

Two transmissions/drive systems

Zero turn mowers are controlled by holding two levers (one in each hand) and moving them forwards or backwards depending on the direction that you want to move. Each of these levers controls one of the rear wheels, so you can move them individually.

Large and wide rear wheels

The way that zero turn models are designed, with large and widely set rear wheels, means that less pressure is put on the lawn surface (which leads to less flattening of the grass) and provides the mower with a lower centre of gravity (improving balance).