The goal of mowing the lawn is simple: to achieve a clean, crisp cut yard. However, when obstacles like curves, inclines, plus plants and trees are factored in, mowing can become difficult and compromise the end result. These hurdles can cause an uneven cut and pose difficulty handling your mower.
Depending on the landscape and personal preference, there are three types of mowers to choose from: front-wheel, rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. Front-wheel drive mowers are best for even terrains, and easier to control and move around objects; rear-wheel drive is ideal for landscapes that consist of slight hills or slopes, as they deliver better traction for those types of surfaces; and all-wheel drive delivers optimal control for various types of terrain and conditions.
While many mowers consist of one drive type, the self-propelled Troy-Bilt 4x4 mowers feature all three in one model, so you can freely switch between front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive based on the terrain. Having such versatility alleviates maneuverability problems and improves overall efficiency. TriAction cutting system helps you achieve an even, fresh cut in all cutting modes - mulching, side discharge and rear bagging. To help ensure the best traction, the 4x4 is equipped with a smarter tire tread so you can take on hills and rough conditions with ease
Troy-Bilt 4x4 mowers come with larger capacity rear bags, integrated deck wash ports and
The TB400 XP Self-Propelled Mower features the Check Don’t Change™ Troy-Bilt engine that eliminates the need for you to change the oil. The TB490 XP Self-Propelled Mower is powered by Honda and also features 11” rear wheels for improved handling over rough terrain and a factory installed front bumper for added protection.