MTD Gold 50-Inch 502 cc 23-Horsepower Briggs & Stratton Riding Lawn Mower Review

MTD Gold 13AA625P004 50-Inch 502 cc 23-Horsepower Briggs & Stratton Riding Lawn Mower

For those yards that are just too much for a push mower, the MTD Gold 50 inch riding lawn mower is what you need. This wonderful mower comes with the best of the best Briggs and Stratton 23 horse power engine.

With all the extra attachments you purchase for this mower, you will have it working year round no matter what climate you happen to live in.

You can find many riding lawn mowers available online and in stores, but nothing compares to the quality and standards that MTD has put forth in their mowers.

When you purchase a mower like the MTD Gold riding lawn mower you are guaranteed quality and ease of use like no other. And having a 50 inch cutting deck makes any yard a simple task that only lasts a few minutes.

You just can’t go wrong with an MTD mower, and if you have never had a riding mower before but are looking to upgrade from your push mower, this is the one you should try out before any others. You will see from the very first cut you make that this mower is one that will last and make your yard maintenance routine a simple project instead of making you spend hours walking all over your yard.

1 Comment on "MTD Gold 50-Inch 502 cc 23-Horsepower Briggs & Stratton Riding Lawn Mower Review"

  1. Thomas J. Morse | October 15, 2010 at 6:29 pm |

    October 16, 2010 … I have a new 3 bladed MTD Yardman 7 speed riding mower Model No. 13RL771H029, Ser. No. 1E088B70184 from Home Depot. It had a defective battery and I had to replace the battery before I could even get it started for the first time. In the last year and a half I have replaced at least five belts. Dealer says it takes a 754 04142 belt and I have bought several. They are very loose when PTO is disengaged and will not stay on the pulleys. They are damaged when thrown off or burned off on the motor pulley when blades will not start. It will shift to reverse. I paid over $150 for belts and $80 for professional servicing the first time as recommended by Home Depot. At the present time the blades cannot be moved. I suspect that a deck bearing has frozen up. I give up … I have spend more time under this mower than mowing grass.

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