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Old 07-17-2019, 04:30 PM
Location: Tennessee/Michigan
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89 Riding Mower Brands, 38 U.S. Mower Manufactures, | The Complete List Of Who Makes What Riding Mower, Lawn Tractor, Garden Tractor, Zero Turns

This article lists most of the riding mower, lawn tractor, garden tractor and zero turn mower brands sold here in the United States and to the best of my ability lists who owns them for the 2018 model year.

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Old 04-26-2020, 11:08 AM
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Help please!

Any recommendations for a CORDED (electric) lawn mower that will last 40 years!....like my old Sears Craftsman[/b]

I have a small yard so I'm looking for easy to push, 18" blade span (deck housing about 21-22"). Mulching or bag. Self-propelled walk behind.

My Craftsman Model 900 370510 is decades old.
It's been out in the elements unprotected for years and we've used it all this time.

Do they even make them like they used to.....to last, I mean?

I'm thinking that surely there've been new innovations in lawn mowers in 40 years that might make the new mowers lighter, easier to push, easier to change the bag, better mulching capabilities, etc.

BUT, I'm having a devil of a time trusting the online reviews I see.

Mostly because I don't know if these reviews are smartly veiled paid ads posing as objective reviews.
But also the ones I see highly rated are brands I don't know (Greenworks, Sun Joe, Worx, Earthwise)...

...that haven't been around as long as the old-fogey brands I know: Toro, Honda, Craftsman, Kobalt, Ryobi, ....and Black and Decker (which some people haven't rated that high...so now I'm wary of B&D).
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