John Deere is a company that brings to mind quality lawn mowers and tractors in addition to its signature green color and deer logo. Founded in 1837 by John Deere, a blacksmith who invented the first successful steel plow, the company is now one of the largest agricultural equipment manufacturers in the world. When you buy a lawn mower, it doesn't have to be the end as John Deere offers a wide array of attachments for its lawn mowers.
John Deere offers a number of different carts to help you carry your loads, whatever they may be. The 10P Polymer cart is made of 3/4-inch thick CoPolymer Polypropelene for strength and durability. The 13 Steel Utility Cart is made of welded 16-gauge steel and is complete with a hinged tailgate for ease of emptying. The 17P Poly Cart has a 1,000-lb., 17-cubic foot limit. John Deere's 18 Utility Cart is made of 1-inch, 16-gauge steel for maximum strength and boasts a hinged tailgate that can be removed. The heavy duty 21 Utility Cart has an 800-lb., 21 cubic foot-limit and is complete with a removable tailgate that swings out.
Blades and Shovels
John Deere offers a handful of different size blades and shovels that can attach to the front, middle or back of your mower. For the front, there is a 40-inch tractor shovel, 44-inch front blade, 48-inch front blade, 54-inch tractor shovel, and 54 Quick-hitch front blade. To round it out the company offers the 60-inch mid-mount blade 42-inch rear blade and 60-inch rear-mount blade.
Tillers and Loaders
John Deere has a selection of gardening and ground engagement tools, including tillers, loaders, cultivators and plows that can attach to a number of its mowers.
A lawn sweeper is a helpful garden tool for those with big yards, Simply attach the sweeper to your John Deere mower, and let it remove the debris, such as fallen leaves, grass clippings or litter. The John Deere sweeper cuts a 42-inch wide swath with six 11-inch brushes and a 17-cubic foot hamper.
For those who like to be comfortable while performing lawn work, a number of attachments will make life a bit more easy. John Deere offers fans, work lights, headlights, weather enclosures, canopies and sun shades that can attach easily to its mowers.
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