Tired of wrestling your lawnmower around obstacles in your yard? Just replace your front or rear non-drive wheels with Eazy Mow’s swivel wheels to convert your old-school walk-behind into a low-buck zero-turn.
Eazy Mow says they’ll bolt to a variety of mower brands including Craftsman, Toro, most Honda, many MTD, and lots more. (Check their website for the full list.) And unlike some walk-behind zero-turns, you don’t have to un-bolt or remove the wheels in order to adjust mowing height. A simple spring pin allows you to set the height for each wheel. The swivels also lock to avoid wandering on steep grades.
Installation consists of removing your existing wheels, bolting the adjustable mounting plate in place, then attaching the pivot arms and caster wheels.
While I’ve seen the benefits of zero-turn riding lawnmowers, I’d personally like to see an independent review of these before climbing on the bandwagon. Will they really make mowing the lawn easier, or is there a good reason why most top-rated push and self-propelled mowers don’t have swivel wheels? For around $60, is anyone willing to try them out?