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Husqvarna's yard tractors offer premium performance with quality results. Their compact size makes them easy to maneuver and require less space for storage. Features such as fender-mounted cutting height adjustment, adjustable seat and an ergonomic steering wheel make these tractors simple and comfortable to operate. Pedal operated hydrostatic transmission for smooth, variable forward and reverse speed. Air Induction mowing technology improves airflow within the deck, ensuring a clean, consistent cut every time. For added versatility, all models can be equipped with a range of towable accessories and mulch kit for effective lawn fertilization.
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LOVE this mowera
from Fort Scott, KS
About Me Do-It-Yourself
Comments about YTH24V54:
we bought this mower YTH2454 10 years ago!! We have logged 3000 hours on it and it is still going strong!!! Had to replace routine items and kept up on services but no real big failures. I would tell anyone to buy on of these any day of the week. I firmly believe this tractor will go another 3000 hours!!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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After a few years, happy I bought it
from Dallas, GA
About Me Novice
I've now had this mower a couple years. It still works great. Other mowers i had would slip on my hills, but not this one. I forget what the feature is called (maybe something about a rear differential), but it's got something specifically designed to prevent slippage and it works on hills that 2 other brands slipped on (the filter wouldn't let me give their names). Also, I sometimes wait too long to mow my grass, but my Husqvarna handles that as well as one could possibly expect. I've only had one part stop working--the headlights. If I had any clue about wiring I could probably fix that easily; so this might just be a loose wire on my mower and not a consistent problem with the model (that's why I gave 5 on durability despite the lights not working). The only warning i'd give is that sometimes when I cover uneven ground, the edge of the blade cuts into the ground (I believe I remember someone else mentioning this issue when I researched this model). Those are the reasons I gave it a 4 instead of a 5, but I was still tempted to give it a 5 because I'm very thankful I found this mower. Both of those are small problems that I can easily live with, and this mower does much better than the other mowers I've tried on my hilly, large piece of property.
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
View from 350 hrs.
from Lawton, MI
I've had this mower for about 4 years and in many ways it's very good. As others have noted, power galore! You'd have to be going up a 10 degree grade with 12" high grass to start bogging down. The steering is pretty good for a tractor but I'd like to have a smaller turning radius. Because I'm 6'2" and 280lbs, some of my complaints might come from that fact and some clearly do. 1. Get a posi-track transmission. It doesn't take much of a side hill to make the uphill wheel start spinning. 2. I wish the seat slid back farther. My 6'5" cousin would definitely have a problem with this tractor. 3. I grease regularly, so there is no excuse for the front wheel bushings to wear out at 250 hrs. Also, the axles on the front developed a downward bend, which led to the 2nd set of front tires wearing out in a season. These were replaced by the dealer. ($350) So far, so good. 4. Again on the front axles; who thought it was a good idea to keep the wheels on with clips? I've never had a mower that didn't have cotter pins to hold the thrust washers, wheels, etc. in place. These things pop out and though I can pick up one side of the front axle with one hand as I put the wheel back into place, many people couldn't. If you don't lose them, you can scrunch them a little with pliers and clip them back on. I always now keep a spare clip and a pair of channel locks with me. Blades wear out after about 20 hours. I'll qualify my recommendation to a friend with these warnings. It would probably be fine for a person with little or no grades in their yard.
(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Comments about Husqvarna YTH24V54:
Had this mower for three years now and I swear by it, best mower I have ever owned, the 26 hp Kholer engine has plenty of power.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Great so far!
I bought my Husqvarna tractor 3yrs ago from a Husqvarna Dealer not retail store, so everything was assembled and done right. My mower has the Kawasaki 24 HP motor. It does not disappoint. My only complaints is the understeer and the front wheel bearings. The Mfg recommends greasing the bearings every 10 hrs of use. I found that they started squeaking after 5 hrs of use, so I grease my fittings every 5 hrs of use. So long as I mow when the grass is completely dry, it does a perfect job!
tractor is an animal
from WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
used it to property in new home and had no trouble cutting 8 inch tall grass. climbs and goes down hilly areas with ease.
(35 of 38 customers found this review helpful)
Good mower -if- lawn is perfectly flat, with no bumps/...
from New York
Overall I rate this mower, which I recently purchased, as 2.5 - 3.0 stars. It all depends on your planned usage, and I explain in detail below.I recently got this mower (54") to mow yard at weekender cabin with about 2 acres mowing area. The yard has many minor undulations, mounds, non-flat areas.Keep in mind, there is a difference between 'FLAT' and 'LEVEL'. A lawn can be on a hill (i.e., not level) but be more or less flat (like a wheelchair ramp). An overall level lawn can be not-flat, having mounds, divots, small embankments, etc. (like surface of a wavy lake). A non-level lawn can also be non-flat (like a mogul ski hill).This mower is great (!) on perfectly FLAT areas (even on moderate hills), but is terrible (awful) if the lawn has any mounds, bumps, potholes, etc. whatsoever. And the reason is because of a 'design flaw' that is truly mind-boggling to me.The basic problem with this mower on non-flat surfaces is that the mowing deck has no (as in absolutely zero) "play" or "floating" effect to accommodate unevenness in the ground. Yes, you can raise and lower the deck to adjust the overall cutting height - what I mean is that the deck does not have any give (whatsoever) left-to right to pivot and accomodate yard imperfections. If you were to stand next to the mower parked (powered off of course) on the driveway, and you pushed the left side of the deck down with your foot, it doesnt move down a bit nor will the right side go up a bit. It doesnt budge.Thus, if there is a bit of a bump you approach on the left side as you are mowing, and the deck wheels hit that raised area as you traverse the bump, the deck does not flex the left side of the deck upwards a bit to accommodate the bump. So, either: 1) the deck scalps before the bump, then grinds through the bump/dirt, and then scalps the other side of the bump as you pass by it; or 2) the deck digs in (depending on bump size) and the entire mower gets stuck and you have to back out (if you can).Similarly, if a mower front or back tire enters even the slightest divot or pothole, and thust the (entire) mower tilts a bit to that side accordingly, the deck does not accomodate this and stay level WRT the gorund, but rather follows the tilt of the mower frame and that again it digs in/scalps. Any bump or divot more than 1" causes this to happen, making my cutting process very disappointing, and leaving a LOT (1/3rd or so) of my entire area having to be done with a hand mower.In all the years and of all the riding mowers I have ever used, I have never, ever, used a mower where the deck has zero 'play' to it. It is a lot like an airplane - if the mower tilts, the deck stays "level" with the mower frame at all times (like fixed wings on a plane).As long as you are mowing a 'flat' yard, it cuts great, smooth, wide swaths. It turns sharply and seems pretty powerful. But even the slightest mounds, banks, divots, etc. and you will have lots of scalping and gouging and getting stuck because there simply is no play to the deck (no "springs" or "shock absorbers" to use another analogy). It also makes the cutting overall very uneven because the deck shaves and scalps every time the mower frame itself is anything but perfectly level.This design oversight leaves of a deck with no 'give' leaves me totally befuddled - unless perhaps the mower was designed only to be usedfor perfectly flat yards in the first place.Oh, also if you get this mower because you havea flat yard with zero bumps/imperfections, get ear protection! It is **VERY** loud (averages about 118 dB according to a sound meter I have). It is far and away the loudest mower I've encountered.
(7 of 10 customers found this review helpful)
In Warranty states Transmission covered by manufacturer of transmissionWhen contacted they state they do notWarranty there transmission as it is covered under contract with HusqvarnaI only have 128 hrs on tractor and it cost $1600 + to have it replaced.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: There are 2 brands of transmissions covered directly by Husqvarna. You did not mention the model of your mower or the transmission make. I suggest contacting your local Husqvarna dealer for more information on warranty coverage.
(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
3 Acre Work Horse!
Purchased ($2099.00) this mower for the power (26hp) and cutting width (54"). It has performed flawlessly and does not hesitate when cutting through thick wet grass! Do purchase a brush guard when getting this mower to save the hood from any hits.
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Easy engagement of cutting blade/s; simply pull the switch on the control panel.
Heavy cast front axle provides superior balance and stability, even with a collector.
Air is drawn from the top and bottom of the deck, improving grass lift and delivering a superior cut.
Allows the tractor to maintain consistent speed, even in rough terrain.
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