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I know this is older, but Snapper or Ariens.

 

Snapper because of their Hi-Vac deck and Ninja blade.  Nothing matches it.  Not Honda or any other mower out there.  It turns the grass into a fine powder almost in mulch mode.  And much like the Ariens I'll talk about below, is pretty much all commercial grade steel.

 

My oldest Snapper as of this summer is now 25 years old and will run circles around pretty much any mower you can buy today.  Yea it burns a little oil and I have to manually choke it to start, but, it's 25 y/o.  My newer Snapper is about 5 years old and the ONLY issues I have with it are the autochoke mechanism on the Briggs motor.

 

I then have an Ariens.  Not the newer Ariens, but the older LM21 series.  Pretty much everything on it is made of steel or aluminum.  You could drop it on a pile of rocks and it would turn them to gravel.  It is truly a tank and weighs like 200 pounds.

 

I then also have a Crapsman tractor.  Crapsman tractors are made by Husqvarna, so they're decent too.

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