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Zero turn mowers are versatile machines. They can mow around obstacles and in tight spaces much easier than other types of mowers. The twin stick style of steering and twin hydraulic transmissions allow zero turn mowers to do exactly as their name implies, turn with zero radius. Zero Turn Mowers are also quite fast, some reaching speeds of 19mph during operation. With huge benefits to productivity and function a zero turn mower is a great option.

Zero Turn Mower Quick Facts

Zero Turn Mower Engines

There are some great engines available from 18hp all the way up to 40hp. Top brands for mower engines are Kawasaki, Briggs & Stratton, Vanguard, and Kohler. Here at The Yard Stop You'll see those three brands primarily on the mowers we offer.

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Zero Turn Mower Transmissions

I know this may seem odd but zero turn mowers have transmissions and they’re one of the most important parts of the mower. In some cases, the transmission is the main factor separating a residential mower from a commercial mower. Mower transmissions may be called a few different names in reference, such as wheel motor, hydraulic motor, etc... Nonetheless, its just simply the way that power from the engine makes it to the wheels. Our brands are industry leaders in the commercial and residential segments, so the transmissions are second to none. From TuffTorq, Parker, all the way up to Hyperdrive transmissions that are capable of 19mph+.

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Zero Turn Mower Decks

I know we just talked about mower decks but let’s dig in a little. Do you want a mower that can endure heavy commercial use or a lifetime of mowing at home? The deck can be a determining factor in achieving those things. Deck thickness is number one, some of our mowers have up to 3/16” thick decks that are welded and built with care. Deck height is another important factor, when mowing in tall or thick grass you want to be sure that your mower deck has the capability to deal with the volume of debris that it is creating and disposing of. Here at The Yard Stop there are mowers with 6” tall decks which take care of that issue easily.

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Zero Turn Mower Frames

Oh yea, all of these parts have to go somewhere, we certainly can’t leave out the frame. Some zero turn mowers can way 1000lbs and more. This brings us to something I’m really excited to say, because frankly it sounds cool. Some of these mowers have fully fusion welded frames, the others may just have traditionally welded frames but those are good as well.

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Stand On Mowers are agile and utilitarian, like the gazelle of outdoor power equipment. All stand on mowers are commercial and have some pretty impressive benefits over competing machines.

For the residential user there can be a lot of ups and downs when mowing the property. If you have a family, pets, or many trees on your property there may be some clutter on the lawn that normally would be a big hindrance in productivity but the stand on mower makes quick work of getting debris out of the mowing path.

Standing stand on mowers are easier on the operator as well. The impact on your spine and body are lower due to the standing position. Also, most standing mowers have springs attached to the standing platform which helps with the quality of ride. Overall a stand on mower is a great choice for anyone.

There are multiple deck types as well, stamped and fabricated are the most common. Fabricated decks are thicker and more resilient over time. The Yard Stop we carries mowers with fabricated decks, this includes residential and commercial offerings.

While we're at it, let's just do a run down on all the most important parts of stand on mowers that you should consider. All of these details are important when shopping for your zero-turn mower.

There are some great engines available from 18hp all the way up to 40hp. Top brands for mower engines are Kawasaki, Briggs & Stratton, Vanguard, and Kohler. Here at The Yard Stop You'll see those three brands primarily on the mowers we offer.

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I know this may seem odd but stand on mowers have transmissions and they're one of the most important parts of the mower. In some cases, the transmission is the main factor separating a residential mower from a commercial mower. Mower transmissions may be called a few different names in reference, such as wheel motor, hydraulic motor, etc... Nonetheless, it's just simply the way that power from the engine makes it to the wheels. Our brands are industry leaders in the commercial and residential segments, so the transmissions are second to none. From TuffTorq, Parker, all the way up to Hyperdrive transmissions that are capable of 19mph+.

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I know we just talked about mower decks but let's dig in a little. Do you want a mower that can endure heavy commercial use or a lifetime of mowing at home? The deck can be a determining factor in achieving those things. Deck thickness is number one, some of our mowers have up to 3/16" thick decks that are welded and built with care. Deck height is another important factor, when mowing in tall or thick grass you want to be sure that your mower deck has the capability to deal with the volume of debris that it is creating and disposing of. Here at The Yard Stop there are mowers with 6" tall decks which take care of that issue easily.

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Oh yea, all of these parts have to go somewhere, we certainly can't leave out the frame. Some stand on mowers can way 1000lbs and more. This brings us to something I'm really excited to say, because frankly it sounds cool. Some of these mowers have fully fusion welded frames, the others may just have traditionally welded frames but those are good as well.

Stand On Mower Frame Content Image

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Types of Mowers

If you're looking to mow the lawn at home or have a business providing lawn care or property maintenance you'll need a mower. Today's mowers are built stronger and better than ever. Great companies that have been building mowers that perform day-after-day, in the toughest conditions are available here at the yard stop. There are many types of mowers for countless purposes, general or specialized.

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Zero Turn Mowers

If speed and maneuverability are at the top of your list, a zero turn mower should be too. Zero Turn Mowers do just what the name implies, the turn with a zero turning radius. This is powered by two hydraulic motors in most cases. The zero turn is controlled by two steering arms that provide full control over each rear wheels power. Zero turn mowers are available with a variety of engines, transmissions, deck widths, tire sizes, and more. Most models have two swiveling front tires and two larger powered rear tires. Zero Turn Mowers are faster, more efficient, and more durable than traditional lawn tractors.

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Stand On Mowers

Stand on mowers are a type of zero turn mower but they are a machine all their own. The driving style is somewhat different as the controls are smaller and in close proximity to the hands. Stand on mowers often have what's called a pony chair available. This attaches to the mower to provide support and comfort. Stand on mowers currently are higher end products as they are all built to commercial standards. Stand on mowers are proven to increase productivity of workers, reduce fatigue, and prevent injuries.

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