We all know Sears and Craftsman have had their items made for them considering that the 70’s. This article will go through the existing Riding Lawn mower, Tractor and Zero-Turn Manufactures of the 2018 products Sears offers under the Craftsman Brand name.
It’s practically humorous the number of “expert” answers there are out on the Internet to this concern. And to make matter’s even worse, I understand a couple of local organisations that will purposefully misguide their possible customers by informing them the incorrect info about Craftsman Lawn Tractors and Riding Mowers.
Craftsman Model 25061 Zero-Turn Sears, Craftsman has never ever had the factories to produce their own equipment. Sears is a seller and they have actually constantly used OEM’s (initial devices makes) to make the items they offer. Even when they did own Roper in the 60’s they left the design, production and distribution to Roper. There is constantly a lot of confusion to who makes what for Craftsman since the manufactures modification over time. Companies like Haban fail, others get purchased out (like Emerson, Snapper, Gravely, Wheel Horse, Lawn Boy, Cub Cadet, Hahn, Roper, Eclipse) Sears even has actually used various names for the products they offer throughout the years (Companion, Dunlop, Evolv, Craftsman, Craftsman Professional, Craftsman Premium.) This is muddled even more due to the fact that the Internet has plenty of out-dated and incorrect info.
The products are made by another person however I want to make it really clear though that Sears has constantly spec ‘d their equipment. What this suggests is that just because the lawn mower is produced them by a specific manufacture, i.e., Briggs, in a particular center, i.e., Snapper Plant … the devices is made to Craftsman’s requirements … and the quality that Craftsman determines is the best possible for that tractor/mower series and price range. (For example, The 30 hp Craftsman Premium tractor looks like a Simplicity Prestige on the outdoors, but the specs are different than the tractor sold as a Simplicity Prestige. The engine is a bigger, premium motor, instead of a domestic series. The deck is designed for Craftsman consumers, and the price matches Sears volume, not a little dealer’s margins.) Craftsman Labs test every new product thoroughly to make sure it meets their consumer’s quality needs.)
Here is the list: You can go to this short article to learn more about these produces: Riding Mower Brands.
Who Makes Craftsman Riding Mowers?
Craftsman Riding Mowers: The R1000 is made by MTD.
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Lawn Tractors?
Craftsman T1000, T1400, T1600 series: MTD, there are 3 Lawn Tractors for 2014.
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Yard Tractors?
Craftsman T2000 Series, T3000 Series with Turn Tight: Husqvarna (These lawn mowers are still made in the same plant that used to be owned by AYP (Amercian Yard Products) and Electrolux. Husqvarna is now the world’s largest Lawn & Garden Equipment Manufacture).
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Garden Tractors?
Craftsman G5100, G5500 with Turn Tight: Husqvarna.
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Zero-Turns?
- 2015 Craftsman: MTD. There are a couple of 2014 designs left made by Husqvarna.
- 1025 Craftsman Pro: MTD.
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Premium Series? Series is ceased for 2013
Craftsman Premium (CTX) was made by Briggs & Stratton. There might be a new line revealed this spring.
Who Makes Sears Craftsman Professional Series?
2014 Pro Series sold at the Hometown Stores is made by Husqvarna. Look under the seat and the design number starts with 917.
2015 Pro Series with Turn-Tight Extreme is made by MTD. This is the tractor that remains in the advertisements and getting all the excellent evaluations. Design number starts with 247.
Last updated on September 16th, 2019