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Bradley 36WT Hydro Walk-Behind Mower T Bar Briggs


(8 reviews)



Increase your comfort and productivity with the Bradley 36" Walk-Behind Mower. Get commercial quality at a low price! This lawnmower has the same industry-standard components as the large-name brands without the big price tag. Features: 23HP Briggs & Stratton Commercial Turf Series Electric Start Engine; Ultra-responsive zero-turn controls; heavy-duty fabricated steel frame; Hydro-Gear hydro drive system; the adjustable cutting height of 1 1/2-4"; 2-blade deck; 5-gallon fuel tank; 18" rear tires; 2-year commercial warranty: 3-year residential warranty. 551 LBS.

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(Based on 8 reviews)

June 19, 2018
I have a lawn care business and purchased this mower in May 2018. I have been extremely pleased. It is easy to operate, the construction and the quality of cut is awesome. I would definitely recommend this mower.

August 30, 2018
Very happy with my purchase. There did seem to be a break in period for the blades to properly disengage, but that worked itself out after a few uses. Other than that, you really can't top this machine for the price. Nice cut. Nice stripe. T-bar Hydro controls for less than the price of many other brands' belt drive machines with pistol grips. I hope this company can keep it up and I hope that next season they can come out with a true, 36" stander. Thanks Bradley Mowers! Can't say it enough. I'm happy with my purchase and I'm a fan of your company and machines. Keep up the good work!

April 17, 2019
Awesome and Very Powerful mower. Effortlessly go up and down on the hill. Very satisfied!

May 20, 2020
I've owned this mower since 2016 and it has been very reliable.

June 13, 2021
Couple years of commercial use so far. All in all a good mower. Has a better quality of cut than my gravely. I get nervous not have a metal plate protecting the transaxle but so far nothing bad has happened. If you aren't mowing rough stuff not having them isn't an issue. If you can keep the front down I almost think it would climb a vertical wall. It's my gate and hill side mower. It's a fixed deck mower which is what it is, floating deck with commercial transaxle would be nice. However it has the same basic components as most the name brand mowers for half the price. Great value.

October 11, 2021
I've had my Bradley 36 inch for 5 years and bought it slightly used. It has been my most dependable commercial mower. it gets through gates many commercial mowers can't and has the power to do tough jobs.

June 07, 2023
I have had this mower for 2 years and now just getting to use it to its potential. This mower is a beast! With a sulky attachment and pulling 180lbs it goes up and down Nebraska hills smooth and with total control. Have done several over 1ft tall properties and it cuts like butter. Never has it even hinted a struggle. To be honest I was skeptical of a Briggs and Stratton. There are solid! I have the push mower too and I have to say commercial Briggs and Stratton might be my only motors from now on. A joy to maintain and affordable. After everything said Bradley is the true star. They have a tough simple design built for rugged use. They are dependable and so easy to work on. If you want a cup holder buy a Exmark. If you want a machine built for daily aggressive work buy Bradley. My money is with Bradley all the time every time. Very impressed with their customer service and engineering department. Keep up the good work and thank you!

June 10, 2023
The Bradley 36 wb hydro walk has been a great asset to my business. Several years of use and it just keeps making me money.

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