Bradley 48" Stand-On Compact Mower Briggs Vanguard$6,099.99
Increase your comfort and productivity with the Bradley 48" Stand-On mower. Get commercial quality at a low price! This lawnmower has the same industry-standard components as the other name brands without the big price tag. Features: 24HP Briggs & Stratton Vanguard Engine with Donaldson Air Filter; Ultra-responsive zero-turn controls; heavy-duty fabricated steel frame with floating deck; Hydro-Gear ZT3400 hydro drive system; the adjustable cutting height of 1 1/2" to 4 1/4"; 3-blade deck; 5-gallon fuel tank; 23" rear tires; 13" front tires. 2-year commercial warranty: 3-year residential warranty. 923 lbs.
Shipping charge is only within the Contiguous US (lower 48 states)
For orders of two or more machines, additional shipping charges may apply. Please contact us before ordering to receive a shipping quote.
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Local pickup is available at no shipping charge.
Local pickup WITH assembly is $100 extra.
DB -July 11, 2017
David Oliver -May 22, 2018
Buddy -May 27, 2018
don -May 30, 2018
Brett -June 05, 2018
Michael McWilliams -July 30, 2018
Austin A -September 07, 2018
Gary Guzman -April 09, 2019
PHILIP DESAUTELS -April 25, 2019
Jeff Houston -May 29, 2019
Ambrosio -October 10, 2019
I would say that the only thing that I wish the mower had solid front tires
MRP -March 15, 2021
Jon Lee -July 01, 2021
- I wish the controls were placed higher—or adjustable—as I am 6’3” and have to stoop somewhat when on standing platform
- The machine is 900 lbs and, compared to my old John Deere hydro walk-behind (about 550 lbs) will slide out of control on steep banks. But the construction and drive train are super heavy-duty and so I can’t complain too much there
- The front tires are tubeless and come off the rims easily. Bradley now offers a $150 flat-free tires option, but really ought to put tubes in the standard tires—I did that myself and the problem is solved.
jeff baughman -July 31, 2021
placed on grass to keep german shepherds from digging for China…the Bradley sucked up the
wire and wrapped (tight) around one of the 3 blades & shutdown the mower. First thought I’d
ruined the beautiful Bradley. after close inspection I decided to remove the blade & see what
I’d done. all of the wire (1/4 “) just fell off with zero damage ! to say the Bradley is built like a
tank would be an understatement. hope the 17 year old mower keeps going ( old times sake )!
and I can still ride the stand-on for 10 more years 🤫