Learn the difference between a riding mower and a lawn tractor and find out which machine is best suited for your landscaping needs.
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When deciding between a riding mower and a lawn tractor, most people look only at the difference in engine horsepower, transmission, and width of the cut. Riding mowers are designed for cutting grass only. Mulching, tilling and snow plowing are just a few of the tasks a lawn tractor can perform with the right accessory.
Consider comfort features. If there are many lawn chores to do, you could be operating the machine for long periods of time. Choose a machine that's comfortable.
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