What Lawn Equipment are you planning to buy this year?

I’m just getting started with the new reviews for 2017 so I thought I’d ask you what’s highest on your priority list for lawn equipment this year.

Yes, this site has focused on Lawn Tractors and Zero-turns in the past but I’m open to helping you decide on any type of equipment.

Everyone is welcome to let me know in the comment section below. I’ll leave the comments open until April 1st.

I’ll list a few items below to help jog your memory. It’s not required, but your city/state, lawn size, lawn type – rough, hilly, old, new. If you are looking at specific brand. That is always helpful to help you find just the right product.

Just some ideas:

Lawn Tractors – Riding mowers under $1500

Zero-Turns under $3000

Yard/Lawn Tractors $1500 to $2500

Garden Tractors

Repair parts and maintenance

Cub Cadet verses Troy-Bilt or Craftsman or Husqvarna

Attachments like carts, dethatchers, lawn sweepers, baggers.

Compact and Sub-Compact Tractors

Push/self propelled gas mowers

Cordless electric mowers for trimming or mowing your entire yard.

Robotic Mowers

Cordless Hand-held  – Trimmers, blowers, chainsaws, pruners, etc.

Zero-turn mowers for 3-5 acres. $300o-$5000

Yard tools – spades, shovels, rakes, pruners.

Gardening tools,

Heavy-duty zero-turn mowers. $4000-$8000.

Field mowers for pastures or nature areas.

Brush mowers.

Mowers for large area mowing – 5-10 acres of lawn.

Cordless electric riding mowers.

Rototillers.

How to maintain my lawn tractor, lawn mower…..

Yes, You need a new Gas Can!

With today’s fuels you need a gas can that seals tight. It helps the fuel last longer and the escaping vapors won’t wreck the environment. But the biggest problem is find one that works. The cheap ones ($20 or more now) don’t have vents so it takes forever to fill the tank on your lawn tractor. The cheap ones are also flimsy and the spouts break after the first year.

Well, I’ve found one brand that works great! It’s vented inside the spout so it pours fuel quickly yet seals tightly when not in use.  I’ll give you links at Amazon for two sizes. I suggest buying the size so that you don’t keep more than a month of fuel around the house.

No-Spill 1405 2-1/2-Gallon Poly Gas Can. A good size for snow blowers and push mowers. 

No-Spill 1450 5-Gallon Poly Gas Can (CARB Compliant) This one has a second handle in the back so it is very easy to use and hang onto when pouring into your fuel tank. A good size for lawn tractors and zero-turns.

If you have a problem holding a gas can the SureCan is a great can. It’s very comfortable to use to use and built well.

SureCan – Gas Can with Rotating Spout. 

Fuel Stabilizer: When I go to the gas station and buy fuel I always put fuel stabilizer in the storage tank. It helps keep the fuel fresh and some also clean your carb and fuel system without messing it up. There a man good brands but I’ve used

SeaFoam for years and it’s always worked well. I use 2 tablespoons per gallon of fuel.

Seafoam 

Other fuels stabilizers to check out: Fuel Stabilizers

Have I helped you? If would you like to buy from your local dealer or store but still want to support TodaysMower just click on this link and buy anything you need. I’ll make a small commission from the sale. Buy at Amazon. TodaysMower.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, and we get a commission on purchases made through our links.

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