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      Zero-turn mowers improve your lawn mowing maneuverability

      Cut the grass around tight corners and maneuver around landmarks with zero-turn mowers from Sears. We carry a full lineup of professional zero-turn mowers with wide cutting decks for mowing large residential and commercial lawns. Use the advanced vertical steering system to turn at 90-degree angles, and stop and reverse instantly with the Craftsman 54-inch riding mower. In addition to their advanced cutting systems, zero-turn mowers feature powerful V-twin engines that operate quickly and plow through thick grass and weeds.

      While your zero turn mower is the right tool for getting into small spaces on the lawn, it's not well suited for heavy hauling. Supplement your zero-turn mower with a garden tractor from Craftsman. While most zero-turn riding mowers operate at faster speeds than garden tractors, a garden mower comes in handy for general landscaping projects. Install a tow unit to the front or back of the tractor to attach a cart for hauling mulch, or attach a front-end plow to turn dirt in your garden. You can create neatly contoured lawns interspersed with beautiful garden, arbor or flowerbed areas by combined use of your zero turn mower and garden tractor.

      In addition to maneuverability, the other main benefit of zero turn mowers and other riding mowers is efficiency. You can cleanly cut huge areas of lawn with one of these machines, with a fraction of the effort it would take with a regular push mower. Zero turn mowers come in an assortment of sizes and designs, so remember to pick one based on the size of your typical mowing project. If you're a professional groundskeeper who regularly maintains public parks or corporate properties, you'll want the strong 24 horsepower engine and wide cutting swathe of a Craftsman Pro 54" mower. If you're a homeowner with a large lawn to take care of, a smaller 42" mower with a 22 horsepower engine may suffice.

      If you have a yard with multiple trees and landmarks, then consider zero-turn mowers that maneuver easily around the obstacles. By building a small collection of zero turn mowers, garden and lawn tractors, you'll always have the right piece of equipment on hand to create the perfect landscaped front or backyard. Visit Sears for even more affordable riding mowers and additional lawn mower parts and accessories for your home projects.


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