Best Zero Turn Mowers Buying Guide – How To Choose The Right One!

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Introduction

This guide will help you begin to sort through the differences for the hundreds of zero-turn mowers on the market so you can decide the best brand and model for you.

Take your time – there is a lot to read – be sure to scan through the comments at the end of the article. We may have already answered your question.

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here: 2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Buying a zero turn lawn mower is similar to shopping for a vehicle. Some people just want a cheap car that gets them around town, others want a luxury vehicle that gives them a smooth ride, and a few need a gravel truck that will last 500,000 miles or more.

So, just like vehicles, there are cheap Zero Turn Mowers that will mow your flat, smooth lawn or more expensive models that will mow your lawn as fast as possible while making your ride as comfortable as that of a Lincoln Town Car. Some are no more durable than your $1200 lawn tractor while there are others capable of mowing 50 acres a week for 15-20 years.

In other words, zero turning radius (ZTR) lawn mowers are all similar because they all cut grass, but the different models just do it with varying degrees of comfort, speed, and quality of components.

Finding the right zero turn mower for you can be very difficult to figure out on your own. 

 Although there are hundreds of mowers available to buy there is no one organization that lists all the models – let alone reviews and rates them. For example, Consumer Reports only rates the entry-level zero turns and lawn tractors. The other 90% of the mowers available are not rated or tested anywhere online. There have been one or two websites that have tried but their rating systems did not reflect the actual quality or performance of the mower. The rest of the websites only rate the particular brands that they sell (or Amazon sells) and don’t represent the market as a whole. Even I don’t have the time to list them all – let alone rate each one. But feel free to ask – I try to keep track of even the brands you’ve never heard of. 

Which brings up a good point – There are many great quality zero-turn mowers available from well-respected companies that have been in this business for 30-40 years that you probably have never heard of. Many of these zero-turn mowers are considerably better and more cost-effective than the models you see at the big box store.  As a consumer, you really only hear of the largest brands with the largest advertising budgets. You are probably not aware of the hidden gems like Country Clipper, Walker and Bradley sold by your local dealer store, farm store, and hardware store. 

NOTE: I just want to remind you that zero-turn mowers are lawnmowers. These economy residential machines are NOT designed to go out and mow your horse pasture, paddock, roadside ditch or field. I repeat, do not use these for tall grass or mowing rough areas. The tall grass will wrap around the spindles under the deck and burn out your belts and deck bearings. Bouncing through the pasture will quickly destroy your deck, crack your frame and/or transmissions. These mowers are not designed to cut higher than 4-4.5 inches. If you have fields, paddocks, and pastures to mow I strongly suggest you look at the Acre-Ease rough cut mower for those areas instead.  Swisher has also updated their line of rough-cut mowers and they now have some heavy-duty models Swisher Rough Cut

Note: Be very careful buying zero turn mowers on Amazon. There are some very reputable sellers but there are also a few just “out to make a buck.” There is a lot of “old stock” that wholesalers are just trying to dump.  

But you can have an excellent experience with Amazon. If a current model is available directly from Amazon or a reputable seller on Amazon I will offer you a buy link. Amazon literally is the best place to buy anything online. The delivery is swift, and if there are any issues with the shipping or the item Amazon takes care of it immediately. Buy at Amazon

NOTE: I don’t deal with used ZTR’s. I don’t keep current with used ZTR prices. In reality, unless you understand engines, hydro-transmissions and can repair your own equipment I strongly suggest you stay away from a used residential ZTR. Parts and labor to change out the components can quickly add up to more than a new machine.

At I usually only write articles on the entry level, estate and semi-pro models that work well for your residential lawns. Pro, Commercial and Industrial mowers are outside the scope of this website. 

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here:  2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Types, Styles, and Quality Grades

The industry generally classifies every zero turn mower into one of five quality grades, three types, and two styles. 

Quality: Economy, Estate/MidGrade, Semi-Pro, Commercial, Industrial. I’ll explain the different quality levels below. I’ll also play Myth-Buster to help you wade through all the advertising hype in the Economy and Estate quality.

Types: Lap-Bar, Steering Wheel, Joy-Stick, Stand-on.

  • Lap-Bar Steering is the most common and uses two levers that fold in front of you to drive and steer the mower. You either like it or hate it.
  • Steering Wheel ZTR’s drive just like your car with a steering wheel and foot pedal speed control.
  • Joy-Stick models drive like a video game.
  • Stand-on mowers use two levers and are used by professional contractors. They are highly maneuverable and used for production mowing.

(Gravely introduced a completely new way to drive a ZTR on the Gravely Pro-Walk in 2018. I’m hoping we will see something similar on sit down ZTR’s in the future.)

Grillo Front Deck ZTR.

Grillo Front Deck ZTR.

 Styles: Mid-Deck, Front Deck. Mid-deck mowers are the most common in the U.S. and you sit over the deck.  A front deck mower is the most common in Europe where the deck sticks out the front of the mower. The front deck mower is highly maneuverable and gives you the highest quality of cut. (Commercial users like the mid-mount mowers because you can fit more of them on a trailer than you can front deck machines)

Safety Tip: NEVER, I repeat never mow a slope with a pond or drop-off at the bottom of the slope. Even the most expensive ZTR’s can lose traction, slide down the slope, slide into the water or tip over on the drop-off. Animals burrowing into the bank or erosion under the sod can be deadly. Plan on using a walk-behind mower or develop a nature area for those types of slopes. It’s good practice to stay at least two deck widths away from that edge. Yes, the old neighbor next door has been doing it for years but trust me…His streak of good luck won’t last.

Before we get into the specifics of the different mowers you may also want to read this article: Do you really need a zero-turn mower? 17 reasons why you may not want one.

So Which One Is Best For You? I will go through the different quality levels in the next sections to help you decide. But first, let’s cover one more basic area – deck size.

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here:  2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Sizing Your Mower Deck:

Use the chart below to give you an idea of what size to get. I do suggest going with a smaller deck if you want the best cut possible but do not go less than 42 inches with a zero-turn. I also suggest staying away from decks larger than 61 inches. Bigger decks may cut larger areas quickly but they will scalp and gouge most lawns.

Go around your yard and measure between landscape features like trees, landscape beds and buildings. A 42-inch deck requires 48 inches with discharge chute down so areas narrower than that will have to be mowed with a push mower or string trimmer.

  1. Less than 42 inches: Zero-turn mowers less than 42 inches will be very unstable on slopes. Never use one on a slope greater than 10 degrees. In fact, don’t even try to trim around an older tree where the roots taper up to the trunk. The small 32-34 inch zero-turns that I don’t recommend also have traction problems when turning and will tear up your yard. If you have gates that require a smaller ZTR I suggest making the gates bigger. These small zero-turn mowers take a lot of practice to use because they don’t have good traction in the rear and are notorious for tearing up your lawn. They are also very top-heavy compared to the larger zero-turns and in my opinion are not safe to operate on any type of slope. You can actually tip one over going around the roots of an old tree. Yes, they sell a 32-inch ZTR – but that doesn’t mean you should buy it.
  2. 42-46″ Decks. A 42 or 46-inch deck will fit in the back of a full-size pickup. If you have plenty of room to mow your residential lawn I now suggest a 46-inch deck for 1-acre yards. Today’s 46-inch, 2 blade decks all cut very well.
  3. 48″-50” Decks. A 48-inch deck will mow your lawn about 20% faster than a 42 inch so they are a good choice for one to three acres. With the discharge chute down a 48-inch deck needs about 54 inches to go between an obstruction
  4. 52″-54″ Decks. If you have the room between your obstructions or have large open areas to mow a 50-54 inch deck will save you 30-40% time over a 42 inch. The wheelbase is typically wider than a 42-inch ZTR so it can handle slight to moderate slopes better. Economy model decks tend to “flop” around so the cut will not be as good as a smaller deck.  The estate and semi-pro models will cut well.
  5. 60″-61″ decks. This size is a very common size for landscape professionals. The brands all engineer these decks to cut well and fast. With a 25 HP or larger commercial-grade engine, these decks will cut up to 5 acres an hour.
  6. 72″ decks. I don’t recommend 72-inch decks unless you have 5 acres or more of flat, smooth lawn. In addition, the 72-inch decks in your price range usually have too small of an engine. A 60 inch will actually mow faster. These huge decks are best suited for large-scale commercial properties where the quality of cut is not as important as the quantity.

Summary: Slopes steeper than 15 degrees will have to be mowed with a walk-behind or string trimmer.

Up to 1 Acre = 42” Deck
Up to 2 Acres = 42, 46” Deck – Give you the best cut for Residential ZTR’s
2+ Acres = 48, 50, 52, 54″ Deck – Most common sizes for Residential and Estate ZTR’s. Great for 2 acres and many trees.
2+ Acres = 60, 61″ Deck – Gives you the best cut for Estate and Commercial ZTR’s
2+ Acres = 72″ Deck – I don’t recommend this size EXCEPT for large, flat properties.

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here: 2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Economy or Entry-Level Residential Zero Turn Mowers

Two-Types: Lap-Bar, Steering Wheel.

Styles: Mid-Deck.

Good For: Smooth Lawns With Light Slopes

Cost: $2600-$3500 depending on size. 

Economy zero-turns are meant to directly replace your old lawn tractor. They have the same quality and features as today’s mid-priced lawn/yard tractors but are more agile so they will get your mowing task done faster. They save time by being more agile – the decks are the same as your lawn tractor so they won’t mow well at a faster speed. Two brands now have steering wheel models that drive like your economy car  – the rest all use the Lap-Bar steering system that makes the zero turn lawn mower a lot more agile than your old lawn tractor.

Myth-Buster No. 1: “These dependable – yet affordable – mowing machines will cut a yard twice as fast as a lawn tractor. They feature smaller, less-powerful engines with smaller gas tanks, maxing out at 6-7 miles per hour.”  One manufacturer started this mess by advertising in 2012 “that you can cut your mowing time almost in half.*” What that actually means is using their lap-bar zero-turn – your mower is more agile so the total time it takes to mow yard your is less than with their lawn tractor. (They no longer make the lawn tractor that was used in that claim.) * Watch this video to see the original advertising claim: Toro Time Cutter

John Deere 48

Economy Lap Bar Zero Turn

In reality, most economy zero-turns use the same decks and engines as the mid-priced lawn tractors so they mow in a straight line at the same speed as a lawn tractor. But having two transmissions allows them to maneuver faster around obstructions and turn around faster at the end of a mowing run (zero-turn). In addition, they go around trees and corners better than a conventional lawn tractor so you may save some time when trimming. Yes, they will zip around your yard at 5-6 mph but they actually only mow well at 3-4 mph – just like your lawn tractor. If you have a lot of landscaping and other obstructions in your lawn they can save you up to 45% in the time it takes to mow your lawn.

Myth-Buster No. 2: “entry-level zero turn lawn mowers are constructed with less expensive components like stamped vs. welded decks and steel vs. cast iron spindle materials. They’re typically not designed for daily use, but they will still cut your weekend mowing time in half.” Economy zero-turn mowers use the same deck components as the lawn tractor they are designed to replace. If you mow your normal suburban lawn once a week and your old lawn tractor lasted 10-15 years, this economy zero-turn will last as long. There are other zero-turn mowers that are built much stronger for heavy-duty and commercial use. Those types use heavier components like cast iron spindles and welded decks.

Transmissions: All economy zero-turn mowers use two hydrostatic transmissions instead of one like a lawn tractor. The transmissions are as durable as the transmissions in your lawn tractor so you can pull the normal stuff like a yard cart, small aerator, and dethatcher. I don’t recommend pulling a 400-600 lb lawn roller or 500 pound plus loads though. That extra transmission adds about $400 to the cost. Typically economy zero-turn mowers cost $2600 to $3200.

Craftsman 50 20410

Economy Steering Wheel Zero Turn

 Myth-Buster No. 3: “Entry-level models are ideal for the weekend warrior wanting the excitement of a zero-turn mower without a professional price tag.” Written by a true advertising copy-writer.  The only time I have ever been “excited” using a zero-turn was sliding down a slope towards a pond. 

Lap-Bar zero-turns are the most agile and are easy to learn to use for most people. They give you the most time savings. Steering wheel zero-turns are more expensive but anyone can use them because they drive just like your car. The steering wheel versions give you the advantages of a zero-turn mower without tearing up your lawn.

One company, Country Clipper uses a patented single joy-stick control that works very well. They also have step and handrail options for those of us with mobility issues. I recommend the Country Clipper to anyone who is handicapped or has a hard time getting on and off a zero-turn.

If an Economy Zero Turn Is Best For You go here to select the best size and brand for you:  2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here: 2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers  

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Estate, Mid-Grade or Heavy-Duty Residential Zero Turn Mower.

Two-Types: Lap-Bar/Joy Stick, Steering Wheel.

Styles: Mid-Deck.

Good For: Smooth-ish Lawns With Light/Medium Slopes

Cost: $4000-$7000 depending on size. Higher cost than economy but longer life, higher quality and easier to use. 

This is the most popular segment of zero-turns for homeowners. These mowers are an upgrade over your old lawn or garden tractor. This quality level of zero-turn mower will easily cut your mowing time in half because they are more agile than a lawn or garden tractor and are designed to mow faster than your tractor. These mowers will mow well at 6-8 mph.

Unfortunately, Consumer Reports and the other Review Websites do not test and evaluate these models. I don’t have the cash to buy and test these myself, but I do have years of experience listening to owners and using them myself. I can help you narrow down the choices to decide on the best model for you. 

Ariens IKON 52

Lap Bar Estate Zero Turn

When you increase the speed that you are mowing by 40% over the Economy models,  you also have to increase the strength of the mower considerably. If you don’t the mower will quickly self-destruct.  Estate zero-turns use thicker steel for the frame and fabricated decks are built stronger. They use heavier-duty components than the entry-level models. Because of that, they will last a lot longer. If you size the mower to your yard this grade will easily last 15 years or more.

Being heavier they will also handle bumps and rough spots better. They typically have larger tires and seats to smooth out the ride.

Decks: Decks in this class generally use a metal that is too thick to stamp with a hydraulic press so these decks are fabricated out of sheet steel. Most decks have extra wear bars welded to the sides and front so they will take more of a beating than a stamped deck.

Transmissions: A heavy-duty residential zero-turn also has heavier duty transmissions. These transmissions can handle slopes and the increased speed without overheating. You can pull an aerator, fertilizer spreader and heavy-duty cart without quickly ruining these transmissions.

Frame and Wheels: Like the decks, the frames, axles, casters, and wheels use thicker steel and will take more use and abuse than the economy class.

Country Clipper

Joy Stick Country Clipper Zero-Turn

Myth-Buster No. 1: You will have a wider variety of engine choices in this class but the engines are still rated as residential or “Pro” grade. The brand of the engine in this class does not mean a better engine so don’t let a dealer or another website lead you to believe that their mower is better because it has a certain brand engine on it.  The quality of the engine is based on what’s on the inside – not what brand is stuck on the outside.

If a Heavy Duty Residential Zero Turn Is Best For You go here to select the best size and brand for you: 2020 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Entry Level Commercial or Semi-Pro Zero Turn Mowers

Two Types: Lap-Bar/Joy Stick, Steering Wheel. (I’d like to see them bring back Stand-ons in this grade.)

Styles: Mid-Deck.

Good For: Smooth to Bumpy Lawns With Medium Slopes

Cost: $5000-$10,000 depending on size. Higher cost but longer life and higher quality components.

Entry-Level Commercial zero-turns are good machines for homeowners with 5 or more acres. They are the best choice for farm lawns and acreages where vehicles and farm machinery drive over the lawns. They are very popular with new landscape contractors who mow 10-20 homeowner lawns a week.

Bad Boy Elite

Mid Deck Zero Turn

Being heavier they will also handle bumps and rough spots better. They typically have heavier gauge steel frames, larger fuel tanks, and stronger transmissions than the Estate class. They are built well enough to handle the daily beating of taking them on an off a trailer when mowing a few homeowner lawns for hire.  Most have thicker, high back seats to smooth out the ride.  Some even have basic suspension seats. They don’t have cruise control but have armrests and use hydraulic dampeners attached to the steering levers so your shoulder muscles don’t get sore.

Entry-Level Commercial zero-turns generally use Pro duty engines that last 2-3 times longer than Economy/Residential zero-turn engines. Some also have commercial engine options and those engines will easily run 2000 hours and longer without major repairs. Again, the brand name of the engine does not designate the quality. Briggs & Stratton, Toro, Kohler, Yamaha, and Kawasaki all make dependable Pro and Commercial engines in this class.

Mean Green Electric

Most Semi-Pro mowers can mow up to 8 mph and the 60-inch size can mow 5 acres an hour.

Which Semi-Pro Zero Turn Is Best For You? There are a few of these models available through retail but I suggest using a local dealer instead. Selecting the best model is a combination of selecting not only the best mower but also selecting a dealer that you trust. These mowers will last you many years and when you need normal maintenance parts or repair you will enjoy the long-term relationship with that dealer.

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here: 2019 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Professional or Commercial Zero Turn Mowers

Three Types: Lap-Bar/Joy Stick, Stand-On, Steering Wheel.

Styles: Mid-Deck, Front Deck.

Good For: Smooth to Rough Lawns With Medium Slopes. Most will mow in all weather conditions.

Cost $6999 to $17,999.

Toro Stand-On

Stand-On Zero Turn

Commercial Mowers are outside the scope of Commercial mowers are not sold online or at retail stores. Commercial zero-turn mowers are big and fast. Some can mow at 10-15 mph in all weather conditions. Professional mowing contractors use this grade because they can mow 40-50 hours a week, all year long and the machines will still last years.

All commercial zero turns have thicker, high back seats to smooth out the ride.  Some are now equipped with air-ride seats or vibration damping operator platforms. More and more models now come standard with electronic fuel injection and are more fuel-efficient than carbureted engines.

They are fast, comfortable and fun to drive.

Front Deck Commercial Zero Turns follow the ground contours the best. If your lawn has a lot of berms to mow over or if you want the best possible cut the front deck ZTRs are your best choice. There is even a front deck zero-turn small enough to fit into an elevator so you can mow and bag your rooftop lawn in downtown New York. The Walker brand has a very low center of gravity so it mows slopes better than the mid-deck models.

Stand-on mowers are particularly agile and great for properties that have many landscaped areas, slopes, and berms to mow around. They are also shorter than the commercial sit-down mowers so landscape contractors can fit more on a trailer. Stand-on mowers are my favorite way to mow. Toro/Exmark, Wright Stander and Gravely have always been the go-to brands. Bradley Stand-ons are commercial mowers with a residential price tags

Walker C

Front Deck Zero Turn

Here is a list of the most popular brands. The list is sorted by popularity – not by the numbers sold.

Exmark, Scag, Toro, Walker, John Deere, Kubota, Ferris, Grasshopper, Hustler, Wright, BOB-CAT, Gravely, Dixie Chopper, Husqvarna, Bradley, Cub Cadet Commercial, Bush Hog, Bad Boy, Country Clipper, Big Dog.

In addition to this list, there are another 20 or so other great U.S. manufacturers including Jacobson, Bradley, and the all-electric Mean Green Mower,

Which Professional Zero Turn Is Best For You? Selecting the best Professional model is a combination of selecting not only the best mower but also selecting a dealer that can get you parts and service quickly so you can keep your machine out on the lawns making money. Please see your local Commercial Mower Dealer for these models. 

Zero Turn Mower Buyer’s Guide: Industrial Zero Turn Mowers – Government, Sports Fields, Municipalities, Golf.

Styles: Mid-Deck, Front Deck, Rear Steer

Typically Industrial zero-turn mowers cost $15,999 to $149,999. A few of these mowers can mow up to 150 acres a day!  These are specialty mowers and typically there is only one dealer per state that has the expertise to help you pick the right unit for your property or municipal projects. There are only a few brands that make these large area mowers with Jacobson, Hustler, LasTec, and Toro producing the highest quality machines.

Hustler Super104_2015

Industrial Zero-Turn


Industrial Rear Steer Zero Turn

When you’re done here I’ll help you find the best one for you here: 2019 The Best Residential Zero Turn Mowers 

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 finding 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 on 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. It also self-sealing and vented.

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.


Other fuels stabilizers to check out: Fuel Stabilizers

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How to leave a comment that will get the best answer. When asking a question please tell me about your lawn. The size of your lawn, what city, state you live in or the general area so I can tell what type of grass you have. Do you have a good, smooth lawn or is it rough? Do you have slopes steeper than 15 degrees? Have you used a ZTR before? There are over 40 good brands so if you can take the time please do a Google search for local dealers so you can tell me what brands you have locally. There is no use suggesting a certain brand if the closest dealer is 100 miles away. Of course, if you have a specific model or brand you need help deciding on – I’ll be glad to offer my opinion.

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  47. Ed R. June 23, 2018
    • Paul June 29, 2018
  48. Bill June 20, 2018
    • Paul June 20, 2018
  49. Warren June 16, 2018
    • Paul June 17, 2018
  50. Frank Marinelli June 11, 2018
    • Paul June 12, 2018
  51. Beth Cobleigh June 8, 2018
    • Paul June 9, 2018
  52. Warren May 28, 2018
    • Paul May 29, 2018
  53. Charlie May 27, 2018
    • Paul May 27, 2018
  54. Khan May 24, 2018
    • Paul May 25, 2018
  55. Cleve M May 17, 2018
    • Paul May 18, 2018
      • Cleve M May 24, 2018
        • Paul May 24, 2018
  56. mungomaxwell May 17, 2018
    • Paul May 17, 2018
  57. Bob G May 9, 2018
    • Paul May 9, 2018
      • Bob G May 10, 2018
        • Paul May 10, 2018
  58. SgtScar51 May 7, 2018
    • Paul May 9, 2018
  59. Brett May 7, 2018
    • Paul May 9, 2018
      • Brett May 10, 2018
        • Paul May 11, 2018
          • Brett May 18, 2018
            • Paul May 18, 2018
  60. Paul May 7, 2018
  61. Badri May 6, 2018
  62. Badri May 5, 2018
    • Paul May 6, 2018
  63. Paul May 5, 2018
  64. Bob May 4, 2018
    • Paul May 5, 2018
      • Bob May 5, 2018
        • Paul May 6, 2018
  65. Deb May 3, 2018
  66. Paul May 3, 2018
  67. Jeff Theall May 2, 2018
  68. Rick Bean April 30, 2018
    • Paul May 1, 2018
  69. Ken S April 30, 2018
    • Paul May 1, 2018
  70. Mr. M April 27, 2018
    • Paul April 28, 2018
  71. Mike Cummings April 24, 2018
    • Paul April 24, 2018
      • Mike Cummings April 24, 2018
        • Mike Cummings April 29, 2018
          • Paul April 29, 2018
  72. Alan April 23, 2018
    • Paul April 24, 2018
  73. Paul April 23, 2018
  74. Paul April 23, 2018
  75. Paul April 23, 2018
  76. Casey April 22, 2018
  77. Adam April 22, 2018
  78. Paul April 22, 2018
    • Garret April 23, 2018
      • Paul April 23, 2018
        • Garret April 23, 2018
          • Paul April 24, 2018
            • Garret April 24, 2018
  79. Garret April 21, 2018
  80. Paul April 21, 2018
  81. Paul April 20, 2018
    • Adam April 22, 2018
  82. Adam April 19, 2018
    • Paul April 20, 2018
      • Adam April 20, 2018
      • Mark May 18, 2018
        • Paul May 18, 2018
  83. chase April 18, 2018
  84. Deborah April 18, 2018
  85. Paul April 15, 2018
  86. Alan April 14, 2018
    • Paul April 15, 2018
  87. Mr. Ron April 7, 2018
    • Paul April 11, 2018
  88. Paul April 4, 2018
  89. greg Dixon April 2, 2018
  90. cmunoz April 1, 2018
  91. Josh Church April 1, 2018
    • Paul April 4, 2018
  92. victor March 31, 2018
    • Paul April 4, 2018
  93. Tim March 29, 2018
  94. Tim March 29, 2018
  95. Jerry March 26, 2018
    • Paul March 27, 2018
      • Jerry March 27, 2018
  96. Paul March 26, 2018
  97. James March 26, 2018
  98. Paul March 24, 2018
  99. Matt March 23, 2018
  100. Joel March 22, 2018
    • Paul March 23, 2018
      • Joel April 2, 2018
        • Paul April 2, 2018
          • Joel May 14, 2018
            • Paul May 14, 2018
  101. Paul March 22, 2018
  102. Paul March 21, 2018
  103. Brian B Chrisman March 21, 2018
    • Paul March 21, 2018
      • Brian B Chrisman March 21, 2018
        • Paul March 22, 2018
          • Brian B Chrisman March 22, 2018
  104. Paul March 20, 2018
  105. Paul March 20, 2018
    • Cory Davidson March 20, 2018
  106. Paul March 20, 2018