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Posted on February 4, 2012 by Mr.Green 10 comments Leave a comment

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Know The Best Lawn Mower For Your Area From Best Lawn Tractor Reviews Maintaining a lawn area requires some effort to stay beautiful. The grass and other plants must be kept in their proper lengths and uniformity to retain its glory. But cutting the grass manually may take most of your time and you may not achieve the look that you want. That is why you need to invest in a machine that is specially designed for these kinds of jobs such as lawn tractors and lawn mowers.

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In order to understand things better, it is best to identify first what is the difference between a lawn mower and a lawn tractor. According to some best lawn tractor reviews, people often mistakenly identify lawn mower to a lawn tractor in vice versa. Although both have the same function, lawn mowers and tractors can be identified by looking at their engines. A lawn tractor's engine is located in front of the machine while a lawn mower has its engine at the back. There are many types of gardening machines in the market. They all come in different types, size, functions and brands which make it hard to find the right tool for your area. According to best lawn tractor reviews, it is best to identify and understand first the need of the area that needs to be done. Because of the wide array of choices, selecting the right machine would be very tricky. And since these machines are quite expensive, it is better to make the right choice so you can maximize its use. Lawn mowers can be categorized into two basic groups. The best lawn tractor reviews named them as the gas powered and electric mowers. Most rotary push mowers have internal combustion engines. These types of engines are mostly four-stroke cycle while the older models have two-stroke engines. Running these types of engines requires liquid fuels such as gasoline. Gasoline-powered mowers needed a manual pull crank to start. Gas-powered mowers are great for large areas and can produce more power than their electric counterparts. But just like any other gasoline operated machine, gasoline by-product is considered a pollutant. Gasoperated mowers require regular maintenance like replacements on some parts such air filters and spark plugs as well as regular cleaning. The second type is the electric mowers. Electric lawn mowers are subdivided into two groups: the cordless and corded models. Electric-powered lawn mowers are favored by users because it performs quietly compared to the other group. Corded electric mowers are recommended for tending smaller areas. The machine needs to be plugged in order to perform so the areas that can be covered is very limited. A risk of accidentally mowing over the cable is high when you are using the corded type. Cordless electric mower is considered the best-of-both worlds. It can perform like the gasoline-powered mowers in terms of maneuverability and also environment-friendly like the corded mowers. The machine uses rechargeable batteries to run. These batteries are placed either on the interior or exterior of the machine depending on the model. But cordless mowers are more expensive than the other types and come in fewer models. Getting a lawn machine is expensive. So before you shell-out your hard-earned cash, it is better to look for best lawn tractors reviews that will help you decide which will work best on your area and avoid having regrets of getting the wrong the machine. About the author: If you want to find the best lawn tractors riding lawn mowers for you, check out our website at Source:

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10 Responses to Electric Lawn Tractor

John February 4, 2012 at 5:05 am Craftsman Lawn Tractor Manual? This question is for my dad not me , but the question is , where can i download or atleast view a manual for our Craftsman Lawn Tractor , 18.0 HP,42 Mower,Electric Start,6 Speed Transaxle Model # 917.273392 . And please dont tell me to go to craftsmans website cause iv tried that, and dont say google it im looking for a link please, the help would be verry much apreciated so i dont have to order a new one and pay 10 or 15$ .peace
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Carl February 6, 2012 at 5:18 am I have my 25 HP manual and all I see on the back is or a number 1-800-4-My-Home When you go to look on that page for parts Hit parts and it will take you so you can search with you model number. Get the model number off your tractor.

Reese February 9, 2012 at 3:50 am lawn tractor stalls as if it is running out of gas. New filter added but problem came back.?


I have a Sears Briggs and Stratton engine Lawn Tractor Electric Start Model # 917-271552. It starts up fine and runs fine. At a certain point it will start to stall as if it is running out of gas. I check the gas tank and it has gas. I let out a little gas from the carburetor and it runs well for a while. I changed the fuel filter and this situation stopped but it has returned. The tractor is eight years old. How can I correct this problem?

Obama - Wimp in the White House February 22, 2012 at 1:52 am I had a similar problem with my Briggs and Stratton engine. The problem had to do with the choke / throttle

assembly. It took the mower repair service a couple of times to get it right at their expense. It was a part that cost a couple of bucks. I would have someone look at it or research the problem with Briggs and Stratton.

suzie B February 18, 2012 at 4:04 am I cant get the flywheeloff my Craftsman lawn tractor. Does anyoine know how to do this?

Craftsman 21hp electric start 42 mower, 6 speed transaxle lawn tractor model number 917.271832 LT1000. I cant stop the flywheel spinning so cant get the bolt off to remove it. A screwdriver doesnt stop it moving.

ChickenLittle February 23, 2012 at 8:19 am Try using a pipe wrench on the bottom end (output shaft)of the motor. or at least engage all of the drives.. such as mower blades, transmission etc.. and make sure the retainer bolt is not left handed threads. sometimes it takes two people to get it off. have fun.

cjb0029 February 23, 2012 at 9:25 pm Where can I find a cheap electric engine with decent horsepower? I am looking for an electric engine for a scooter, ideally something with 10-30 horsepower. something from a lawn tractor would be great! But where do I get one of these? I cant seem to find one anywhere. Or, who makes them, or even makes an electric tractor? Or a 10hp electric lawnmower or something. Thanks


Ken L February 24, 2012 at 6:02 pm Will anyone please make an electric lawn tractor? Theres a mythical company in Canada called OX that says they do, but I cant get a dealer to get in touch with me.


Why doesnt someone in the U.S. buy them out, or better yet, make one!!! If they made it for 2k or less, theyd FLY out of the stores! I disagree completely with the idea that transferring from a gas engine to a power plant is bad otherwise lets all just use gas generators for our homes. See how effecient it is that way. Yes, we all sin, me too. No excuse to stop trying to improve. Home Depot only sells cool stuff on the coasts, btw. Im not a hippie I already have a muscle car. Its a piece of history, just like gas lawn tractors should be.

Dana1981 February 27, 2012 at 4:18 am

Electric lawn tractors are available from various companies. See the links below for some examples. In fact, here is the OX you mentioned: List of OX dealers:

Joe February 24, 2012 at 7:45 pm Is replacing an electric starter on a lawn tractor with a Briggs & Stratton engine usually easy or hard for a? basic do-it-yourselfer? Would it take any special tools to get off rings, washers, seals, etc?

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