The John Deere 24 in. x 48 in. (61 cm x 122 cm) Steel Lawn Roller is one of the best and easiest ways to make a lawn look great. After a long winter, a roller levels out a lawn, removing bumps and depressions that have naturally occurred. A roller is also good for new sod and freshly seeded lawns by flattening the soil to promote stronger root growth. A lawn roller packs down new sod, seed, and unlevel ground. The roller is easy to fill, empty, and store.
The lawn roller packs down sod, seed, and mole ridges. Its tough polyethylene drum does not dent or rust. The drum's rounded ends do not gouge the lawn or make ruts.
48-in. (61-cm) wide welded-steel drum working width
52-in. (132-cm) overall width, approximate
Up to 910-lb (413-kg) weight when filled with water
94-U.S. gal. (356-L) capacity
1-in. (2.54-cm) replaceable bearings
165-lb (75-kg) approximate dry shipping weight
Compatibility and requirements and/or recommendations
Compatible with John Deere GT, GX, X500 M-T, X700, and similar-sized lawn and garden tractors.
Rear-wheel weights are recommended for additional traction.
The 48-in. (122-cm) Steel Lawn Roller is not recommended for Select Series™ X300s, S240, D100, LA100, 100, or L100 Series, 100 Series, LT, LTR, LX Lawn Tractors, EZtrak™ Mower, or ZTrak™ Residential Mower.
Steel roller 24 in. x 48 in. (61 cm x 122 cm)
Last Updated : 13-Apr-2020
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