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I owned and operated a lawn co for 10 yrs I only used a 48" deck with 19hp engine i found this deck size was the most versitile for any and all conditions unless the yard was over 2 acres then I would use 56" deck 48 " manicured the best and never had to worry about scalping or rubbing when in ditch or going around beds if I was to start up another buisness again I would have a 48" 56" and a standard 22" push mower for all my work Darren

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* f your yard is up to an acre in size, the ideal cutting width is 30-42" (76-106cm). To avoid being underpowered, or putting too much strain on the engine, make sure your mower or tractor offers a minimum 14 horsepower. Riding mowers are the most commonly purchased for lawns this size. * For a yard that is between one and three acres, you’ll reduce your mowing time with a cutting width of 42-46" (106-116cm) and a strong engine up to 16 HP. Typically people purchase lawn tractors for yards of this size. * If you’re mowing more than three acres, you’ll need to look at the garden tractors, with cutting widths up to 54" (137cm) and at least an 18 HP engine, preferably bigger.

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