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Garden Tractors for Sale Used and New
Also known as a lawn tractor, a garden tractor is ideally suited for larger gardens or other agricultural uses. They help save time and effort when cutting grass and maintaining a property. These tractors provide excellent performance in addition to power in order to maintain a lawn efficiently. They are also more comfortable for operators, reducing the strain of using a sit on mower to cut large grass in a large area.
Considerations When Buying a Garden Tractor
Always look at a selection of garden tractors for sale to find the right one for your needs. This type of equipment might be one of the most expensive pieces of equipment you buy to maintain your lawn. When looking at used garden tractors for sale, it is important to understand what choices are out there before investing in a new or used garden tractor. The first consideration is whether your lawn is large enough. A tractor might be a good idea of any lawn that is over 2,000 square metres or half an acre. Another consideration is whether a cutting deck is needed. Typically, wide deck sizes on a garden tractor will allow for quicker operation. If you have a smaller lawn, a tractor deck size of up to 42 inches or 116 centimetres should meet your needs. For larger lawns, consider buying a tractor with a cutting deck that is larger. Tractors also have a range of additional features, including aerators to move debris and hooks that allow you to tow cards with equipment and supplies. For low emission options that are gentler on the environment, overhead valve engines are also available.
Manual versus Automatic Transmission
A new or used garden tractor for sale is available with manual and automatic transmission options. Automatic transmission garden tractors are easier to operated, allowing you to almost put the machine on cruise control to mow the lawn quickly and virtually effortlessly. For greater control, consider a manual transmission garden tractor. These are well suited for awkwardly shaped gardens or properties with different elevations. Manual transmission models with a clutch and gear shift also gives operators more control over the engine’s range of power. There are also Shift-On-The-Go transmission garden tractors where operators can change forward speeds without stopping, although a clutch is not used.
Major Garden Tractor Manufacturers
Some of the leading manufacturers of garden tractors for sale include Toro, Kubota, Countax, Honda, Westwood, MTD, and AL-CO. John Deere is a market leader in garden machinery, including high performance garden and lawn tractors. Mountfield also produces quality ride-on tractors for lawns and gardens.
Operating a Garden Tractor Safely
When operating new or used garden tractors, you need to respect that these are powerful and precautions must be taken. Garden tractors should be driven slowly, especially when moving uphill. Always be cautious and aware of the surroundings, including clearing any large debris from the garden or yard beforehand. Operators should also wear protective gear such as ear plugs when using these machines for extended periods of time. New and used garden tractors for sale are also available with a range of safety features that are worth considering, especially when looking for tractor auctions, including seat belts and automatically stopping blades when an operator stands up.