2012 Craftsman 46 in 24 hp YT 4000 Hydro Model 28857 Yard Tractor Review

Executive Summary: This is the 46 inch version Craftsman’s most popular twin-cylinder riding mower. It has a better motor than other lawn tractor brands in this price range, a hydrostatic transmission, a great cutting deck, plenty of available attachments and Craftsman’s Turn Tight 6 inch turning radius. It will handle all of the non-ground engaging attachments Sears sells.  This is Craftsman’s best value twin-cylinder Yard Tractor. Compared to all the other brands this yard tractor has more of the features you want. With Craftsman continuing the Turf War this year it will be the best value twin cylinder yard tractor. This tractor has not changed for 2013.

By Paul Sikkema. Find Paul on 

This lawn tractor review covers the Model 28857, 46 inch version of the Craftsman Yard Tractor. There are seven other models in the series:

42 in 21 hp Platinum Briggs Model 28851,
42 in 21 hp Gear Drive Platinum Briggs Model 25022,
46 in 21 hp Platinum Briggs Model 28852,
46 in 22 hp Kohler Plus Model 28853,  This review covers all the features!
42 in 24 hp Platinum Briggs Model 28856,
54 in 26 hp Platinum Briggs Model 28858,
54 in 26 hp Kohler Model 28008.
The 42 in 24 hp Gear Drive Model 28925 is discontinued for 2013.

Brand/Manufacture: Craftsman / Husqvarna
Model/Series: Yard Tractor YT 4000
Item Number: Model 28857
Buy Here:  Craftsman 46″ 24hp Turn Tight Hydrostatic Yard Tractor Non CA 20 x 8 x 8 in. 
Store Pickup,Delivery: Buy Online, And Have It Delivered To Your Home:
Street Price: Less than $1829.99 

Basic Quality: (Cheap, Good, Best, Premium, Don’t Buy)  This is Craftsman’s Best Quality. The 28885 is less quality.  The Premium Craftsman’s are better.

Type: (Riding Mower, Lawn Tractor, Yard Tractor, Garden Tractor, Estate Tractor, Sub-Compact, Zero Turn, Stand-On) Yard Tractor. See the attachments at the end of this article.
Compare it to: Husqvarna 24-HP V-Twin Hydrostatic 48-in Riding Lawn Mower $1899.00 at Lowes, John Deere D130 22 HP V-Twin Hydrostatic 42-in Riding Lawn Mower $1899.03 at Lowes

 

Craftsman 46 in 24 hp Turn Tight Hydro

 Pros:
Foot Control Trans
Hydrostatic Trans
Step-through Platform
6 inch Turning Radius

Cons:
Could Use Larger Tires

Retail Price: $1799.99  Check The Best Sale Price Here:  Craftsman 46″ 24hp Turn Tight Hydrostatic Yard Tractor Non CA 20 x 8 x 8 in. 

My Review:

If you have a lot of landscape beds and yard stuff to trim around this is the best twin cylinder lawn tractor. The 46 inch deck sticks out the side of the tractor a little bit farther than the 42 in version.  This makes it easier to get closer to landscape beds, fences and buildings without the tires making a mess. The 6 inch turning radius is so good you will forget about wanting a zero-turn mower.

This tractor continues to be the best value tractor on the market for your average size suburban yard!  This tractor has plenty of power to attach a snow blower.  This is a great lawn tractor with an excellent cutting deck.  Independent review companies continue to rate this deck as one of the best for how well it cuts. It has an oil pump B&S motor, with yellow oil filter.  It has four anti-scalp wheels so it will mow your lawn without gouging or scalping the turf. This tractor continues to get the best reviews from the independent review organizations for value, cut, and dependability.  Sears has the best service and they come right to your home if your ever have a problem with your tractor.

This lawn tractor will mow in reverse.

People who buy this yard tractor want a dependable mower with a dependable motor.  They want the step-through design, a nice seat all at a good price.  That is why you will find so many good reviews on Sears.com.  This is a great tractor with a great cutting deck and may just be the best value for you and your suburban lawn.

This article was first published at TodaysMower.com 

I’m not going to go into a lot of detail on this review.  If you have specific questions leave a comment below and myself or the readers will be glad to answer them.  This is a great tractor and if you want one to last this should be at the top of your list.

Comfort – Ease of Use:  Deluxe high-back seat, easy to use operator controls, good field of view.  This Yard Tractor is very comfortable to operate and drive. .

Power For Mowing:  This tractor has plenty of power for side discharge mowing every week.  It mulches and bags well.

Reliability – New to 3 yrs: This tractor is serviced by Sears.  There have been very few issues with the build quality.   One thing to know – Sears takes the tractor out of the shipping crate but they do not “setup” the tractor. (John Deere dealers are the only retailer who does) You have to put gas in it, and run it for the first time. If there is an assembly problem you call 1-800-469-4663 and a service tech comes out to your home and fixes the issue. The store where you picked it up from or the delivery team does not repair the tractor. If you buy another brand make sure you understand their repair policy if you have a problem.  Many of the other brands make you take the mower to an “authorized service center”

Handling – Traction/Steering:  This tractor has average traction and handling and is similar to all the other lawn tractors from the other retailers.

Mow – Mulch- Bag:  This tractor gets high marks by owners for mowing, mulching and bagging.  But, be aware this is not a “high-speed” deck like you will find on a commercial lawn mower.  It mows perfectly at 3-5 MPH but don’t expect it to mow as fast as the tractor will go (5.5MPH) and give you the same results.  With this tractor/deck you set the height of cut using a lever on the tractor fender.

Specifications, Features, Benefits

The rest of this article is taken from the retailers website. Specs subject to change.

Type:  Yard Tractor
Maximum mowing area per hour (acres): 1.4 acres at 4 MPH
Recommended for moderate slopes? Yes, Moderate slopes
Excels in mowing around obstacles? Yes, Tightest turning radius in the U.S.

Will Mow In Reverse? Yes

Manufacturer: Husqvarana
Brand: Craftsman
Engine Power: 24 hp* 
Displacement: 724 cc. 
Manufacturer: Briggs & Stratton
Cylinders: Twin, cast-iron liners
Type: OHV, oil filter, Pressurized with automotive style oil pump
Charging System: 15 amp regulated
Battery: DieHard
Choke/Speed Control: Separate Choke/Throttle
Fuel Tank Capacity: 3 U.S. gal. 
Transmission: hydrostatic 
Transmission Control:  Direction/speed – foot control with dash mounted cruise control
Cruise Control: Yes
Forward Speed: 0-5.5 mph
Reverse Speed: 0-2.5 mph
Chassis: 11 ga.
Front Tires: 15x6x6
Rear Tires: 20x8x8
Front Axle: Cast Iron, lifetime warranty on axle
Hood Material: Steel
Hourmeter: Yes
Tool Tray: NA

Cupholder: Yes
Headlights: Yes
Translucent fuel tank or Fuel gauge: Yes
Deck washout port: Yes
12-volt outlet: No
Steering: Type 2-wheel steer
Turning Radius: 6 in.
Uncut Circle Radius: ? in. 
Spindle Bushings: Metal, replaceable
Seat Back Height: Deluxe high back
Fore-aft Adjustment: 6 in. while seated
Seat Suspension: Two coil springs
Deck Lift System:  Spring assist, Fender
Mower Cut Height: 1.5 in. to 4 in., 6 position
Cut Height Increments: ? in.
Preset Cut Height: No
PTO clutch: Manual

Mower Deck

Type: Side discharge
Mower Cutting Width: 46 in.
Blades: 2, 46 in.
Mower Deck Material: 13 ga.
Mower Wheel Adjustment: Yes
Mower Level Adjustment: Exact
Mower Drive System: In-line belt, Manual PTO
Mower Attachment: 3 point Not EZ-Off
Mower Drive: Belt Tension Spring
Mower Wheels Rotate For Deck Removal: No

Dimensions

Wheelbase: ?-in. 
Overall Length: ?-in. 
Width without mower: 42-in. 
Width with mower: 57-in. 
Width with mower: (deflector raised for storage) 47-in. 
Height: ?-in. 
Weight: 526 lb with mower, no fuel

U.S. Warranty: 2 year limited, 3 and 5 year optional protection plan

Craftsman 46″ 24hp Turn Tight Hydrostatic Yard Tractor Non CA 20 x 8 x 8 in.

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I have this yts 4000 28857 and when the transmission gets hot it whines and eventually quits pulling. I let it cool off or cool it with water and it will run fine until it gets hot again. What can be done to eliminate this problem? Must I buy a new transmission? Thank for any information you can give me.

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My 28857 cuts so low on the #6 setting that I rarely go to any lower numbers. Will changing the tires make a difference? I have one bad tire that I am going to fill with slime but if changing the tires will help enough to be noticeable, then I will consider the investment. I have a 1acre yard with culverts rather than sidewalks. I frequently mow the culverts with the tractor because we are a corner lot with half of out property exposed to the street. That requires riding with me as the counterweight as the tractor moves across… Read more »

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Scott Fitzgerald

My mower blades are not fully engaging. I replaced the belt and it did not hep. The belt seems very loose, even when the lever is engaged. I can see the tensioner pulley moving when I engage the lever but it does not seem to move enough to tighten the belt. Any ideas?

Wilma Moore
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The blades keep turning when the clutch is disengaged. What is causing this and can it be fixed?
Wilma Moore
Steubenville, OHIO 43952

Jeff
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Jeff

Has anyone experienced a transmission failure? My YT seems to lag (no power) when I push the hydrostatic forward throttle. Any help would be appreciated.

Jon
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Jon

What wheel weights will work with the YT4000?

(Waltham, VT)

Tom H
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Tom H

Paul, I’ve noticed that some of the more expensive models, built on a similar chassis, have features like a locking rear diff, and electric mower clutch, do you know if those can be easily (bolt on) retrofitted to the 28857? I’d really like the limited slip, or even locking diff as my entire road frontage is about a 25 to 45 degree slope and in the winter with snow clearing the open diff just causes more problems than I’d prefer to deal with in a snow storm.

Bill
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Bill

Hello Paul, The repair tech came out today and replaced the carb which took care of the popping. Thanks again for your help.

Bill
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Bill

Thanks for the quick reply Paul. I physically checked the flywheel key and it is perfect. I am stumped by this and I assume the tech that came out to repair it is as well. My friend described it as sounding like a bag of microwave popcorn popping during the last 20 seconds (random popping) while engine is at idle. I am concerned that this will cause a complete engine failure soon after my warranty runs out. Do I just keep calling service until they do something to fix it? Is it normal for the grass to burn under the… Read more »

Bill
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Bill

Hello Paul, Thank you for the information that you provide. I bought a 2012 YT4000 288572 based on your review back in September of 2012 with an extended warranty. I use it for mowing, bagging and plowing. For about a year now, I have noticed a misfire/popping from the engine. It is very prominent when running without a load and barely noticeable with a load (blades engaged). It seems to perform well other than the popping. I have tried different grades of gas, additives (sea foam) and replaced the plugs without any improvement. I have also checked the valve clearance… Read more »

Randy T.
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Randy T.

Paul, can you tell me if there is a commercial oil filter replacement for the Craftsman 28857, or is the yellow Craftsman from Sears the only available?

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Geesus. Every year I learn something new from your site. Thanks a lot. By the way, I changed the plugs, oil and oil filter, fuel filter and air filter on my 28857. That baby is purring like a kitten.

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

I see. Help me out here. Do people actually use chains on grass? Do they cause any damage to the lawn?

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

That’s an unfortunate trade-off in my view. The 42 does not allow close cutting around flower beds and other landscapes and the 48 does not produce as smooth or uniform a cut. Flying down the lawn at 8 mph is OK if you are cutting an open field or similar tract. But I doubt one could expect anything close to uniformity at that speed unless the ground under your lawn is perfectly flat and smooth. I’ll take my 28857 any day. Seems like with these new mowers, one might be paying more and getting less. But as Earth, Wind and… Read more »

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Hello Paul,
It’s just about time for me to get cranking and mowing. I see that Sears no longer manufactures the YT 4000 (28857). What a shame. What is the 2014 equivalent?

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Guido Borgnini
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Guido Borgnini

Paul

The Sea Foam helped w/ the rough running of my YT-4000 tractor but I am still running the battery down trying to start it most of the time. Did you ever locate the instructions on how to adjust the choke ?

Thanks , Guido

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Hello Paul,

Can I trouble you to give me step by step instructions on how to “block the rear axles” for tire change purposes, starting with where the jack should be located? Thanks.

John
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John

Paul,
Would you recommend the Craftsman YT4000, new from Sears, or the John Deere X300 slightly used, with 50 hours on the clock, from a Deere dealer? The JD is in like new condition and I’d have to buy a new grass catcher for $650; total price $2650. The Craftsman is about $2350 with grass catcher, possibly slightly less if I buy on-line rather than in the store.

cameopilot
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cameopilot

Bought this tractor earlier this year and have been mulching the grass. Since fall is approaching, I decided to spring for the bagger. I used it for the first time this week, and it did a great job, but I have one question. What’s the best way to wash the deck (using the port) without having all the water go into the back?

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Paul, thanks for your very reassuring response. I may have overstated my mechanical ineptitude-but not by much. I have been able to do all of the routine maintenance on the tractor so I guess tightening tranny bolts is within my capabilities-assuming I can get a wrench on the bolts. I realize that there will be “lemons” in almost any production run. Other than the issues I have mentioned, I have been delighted with the YT 4000 overall, especially considering the fact I paid just under $1500.00 for it. But I still think the extended warranty is an investment worthy of… Read more »

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Geezus guys, you’re scaring me. I purchased my tractor in May 2011 (you’re making me glad I also got the 5 year extended warranty). The only “mod” I did was to reposition the fuel line off of the muffler as a safety measure. The choke has been twice adjusted by a Sears technician. The carburetor was replaced early this season-one of the orifices was clogged despite the fact I have always used fuel stabilizer and fresh gasoline. The technician seemed to think the problem might have been related to ethanol but he wasn’t real certain about that. However, tightening tranny… Read more »

Daniel Lowery
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Daniel Lowery

G’Day Paul, and all (poetic?), Based on this blog and what you specifically told me about the 28856 and 28857 I am having my Craftsman 46 inch being delivered today. I shall be checking all the bolts and perhaps doing a few aforementiined “mods” I had the snow plow returned but may try a different model later. I have a bro in law who owns a few years older 28856, he added the snow plow and did not remove his mower deck. However he did use a different Sears model plow. He bought the 14 inch high model. I need… Read more »

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snorkel

Hi Paul, Just wanted to chime in. I recently picked up this model and so far it’s been great. I did do a couple of mods though: 1. I noticed it had the mounting bracket for a front center gauge wheel which was not included, so I added that and it really helped with scalping small mound areas in my lawn. If I hit these areas just right where the high area went right down the center of the deck it would scalp. 2. I replaced the right side fixed deck height linkage with a adjustable one. I just ordered… Read more »

Daniel Lowery
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Daniel Lowery

Hi Again, thanks so much for your prompt and enlightening reply to my first question. Now I am a bit concerned after reading about the engine/ tranny bolts loosening.
My lawn is small enough that I am now considering cancelling the order for the 46 inch and going with the 42 incher with a 24 HP motor. This way it seems I will be able to plow snow and not have the deck removal issues and perhaps I’ll just be better off…Your thoughts, Daniel

John Henson
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John Henson

Wow, it’s hard to believe all the trouble I’ve had with my YT4000 purchased in 2009. It has 113 hours on it and has been down most of this summer. If I didn’t have a good friend that can do welding, fixing the frame would have probably been cost prohibitive enough to have canned it when the transmission came loose in the Spring, causing the frame to crack. Then the wheels came out of alignment (BTW, there is no adjustment), then the transmission started leaking. It’s been one thing after another. I may be forgetting 1 or 2 things I’ve… Read more »

Guido Borgnini
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Guido Borgnini

Paul

I purchased a Craftsman YT 4000 (model#28857) in May 2011 . Recently it is very hard to start . It also speeds up and slows down when idling and at low speed. Under load conditions – while cutting – this seems to go away or at least is much less noticeable . I recently changed the plugs , fuel filter ,oil & oil filter and cleaned the air filter but that did not help . Any thoughts on what to try next – the hard starting cannot be good for the battery or the starter ?

Thanks, Guido

Daniel Lowery
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Daniel Lowery

I am purchasing this lawn tractor (48 inch 24 HP turn tight) My question is: I want to also use the 48 Inch snow blade in the winter, does the mower deck have to be removed to install/use the blade?
I know the blade instructions say yes but I have heard it really is not necessary. I am handicapped and to have to remove the deck and reinstall every year for me would be nigh impossible…Thank you, Daniel

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Paul, did you not receive my inquiry regarding whether it is advisable to apply WD-40 to the mower undercarriage to prevent rust and clippings from adhering?

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

Hello Paul,

What is your take on applying WD-40 to the undercarriage of the mower as a rust preventive and means to reduce adherence of clippings? I read somewhere that this was a good idea.

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Paul
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Paul. Great info on your site. I am looking at the 42 or 46 in deck versions in the YT series. I have a simple trailer type core aerator for the lawn. Any problem pulling this with the YT models? Should I go for the 24 hp version or are the 21/22’s good enough? Thanks!

cameopilot
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cameopilot

Paul, Thanks for the great site… very informative. I’m in the market for a tractor and like the the YT 4000 series, but I also stumbled across the Johnny Bucket Jr and am very interested in that as I think it would make the tractor much more useful. However, some of the people I’ve discussed this combination with think that the chassis/front axle on the YT may not hold up very well with the addition of the JBJr. Can you comment on this? Are there major design differences in these areas between the YT and GT tractors? I’d be ok… Read more »

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Ap1
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Paul, thanks for your prompt and detailed advice and for all the great information on this site. I have learned an awful lot. With regard to the vibration on my YT 4000, I checked the plugs and wires and both were fully secure for each cylinder. The engine mounting bolts are a bit tricky to access as you mention in your article on bolts to check. After several attempts, I gave up and called Sears to check the issue. I’d like to give them the opportunity to correct the problem in case it’s something minor. You mention that a carb… Read more »

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Ap1
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Ap1

Started with a YT 3000 with 42″ deck, 21hp Briggs, and 6 speed manual transmission. Other than noticeable chassis flex when cutting certain challenging sections, I was happy with mower. When I realized I could get the YT4000 with 24hp vtwin Briggs, 46″ deck, and hydrostatic trans for several hundred dollars more I went for the upgrade. YT4000 arrived today and while the engine is quieter, it definitely feels significantly rougher than the 21hp single at 3/4 to full throttle. In fact, at full throttle, without deck engaged, the vibrations through the chassis, through the seat, and through the wheel… Read more »

Chris
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Chris

Paul thanks for the quick reply. Does one bagger perform better than the other as far as filling the bags evenly? I have read some reviews that the 3 bin bagger has issues filling the third bin.

Chris
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Chris

Paul I have a couple of posts under the main review page frot the “best tractrors for 2012” and I have decided to get this tractor. After getting jerked around on the price at Lowes on a used D110 I cut bait and am headed to sears tomorrow. Current Online price is 1611$ from the comments here some have done better but is that a decent price for this model? Second question is on the bagger, I plan on mostly bagging with this and what are the thoughts on the 6 bushel vs 9 bushel bagger for the 46 inch… Read more »

nick
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Paul is the platinum briggs in my yt4000 24hp better then the briggs v twin intec @ do you know what the differences are. my neighbor has a husq with a v twin intec and thinks he has the better eng thanks nick

Andrew
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Andrew

Thank you for the reply!

Now I’m torn between paying $1100 for a tractor-attached snow thrower that’s a little wider, or $1100 for a walk-behind that might be more maneuverable.

No steep grades to worry about. I was hoping the tractor-driven one would be less expensive since it doesn’t have its own engine.

I guess I have a few months to decide. 🙂

Thanks again!

Andrew
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Andrew

Paul, thank you for such a helpful and comprehensive site! I know farm tractors fairly well, but I’m completely new to the world of large lawns and “yard tractors”. I’m worried my expectations will be too high of a consumer product. I’m buying a house with about 2 acres of lawn, and about 300′ of (mostly single-width) driveway. It’s getting late in the season for mowing here in southern New England, but I’ll have leaves and snow to contend with soon enough. This Craftsman model is attractive: well-reviewed and less expensive than a Deere. Does anyone have thoughts/experiences with it… Read more »

Miles Davis
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Miles Davis

@Bryan, I examined the underside of my deck and much to your chagrin I’m sure, I saw no evidence of rust after two seasons of utilizing the wash out port after every cutting. I’ll take you up on your offer to hold the hose for me. Please provide a telephone number at which you can be reached so that I can schedule your first session for next week. I will look forward to you arriving on one of your vehicles, come rain or shine.

sam blaiss
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sam blaiss

Ok, my mower is about 5 months old, got it the week before Easter this year. Now, with about 10 hours on it, it wont go up a slight incline. Push the pedal all the way down and it wont go, but back off of it to 75% and it will start to go up the driveway. Same with going across the yard, no incline. Seems like a hydrostatic problem, pressure of some sort. I will call Monday, but Paul, what should I be on the look out for? Will they come to the house and fix it? Is this… Read more »

nick
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Paul traction issues have been the only problem do you think changing the rear tires with a different tred would help ?thanks nick

Tom
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Tom

Paul, thanks for the recommendation. Based on your review of the deck and an attractive offer from Sears I purchased this tractor. My only concern is that when I use the bagger, the weight of the chute causes the right side of the deck to drop and mow the lawn unevenly. Any thoughts on the best way to level the deck out when the chute is installed. I alternate between bagging and mulching so I’m hoping there is a solution that could switch back and forth. Thanks!

Steve
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Steve

Paul, I just bought the YT4000 mower after doing quite a bit of research. Apparently I missed one detail. The deck size doesn’t necessarily mean the actual measurement from one side to the other. Long story short, my 46 inch won’t fit through the door to my shop. I’m considering replacing the deck with a 42 inch. Can you give me the pros and cons of doing this? Also, if I did do this, should I expect a refund at all from sears. It looks like the 42 inch is at least $100 cheaper in most cases. Thanks in advance,… Read more »

sam
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Loving the mower. However, that feature that suppossedly lets you see how much gas remains in the gas tank is useless. The plastic is not see through, is white, and is darker than the gas one puts in. Unless there is a tip, like add a whole bunch of food coloring, it is best to just top off the tank before or after each use as the sight feature is worthless.

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