For me, there is four tiers of small tractors.
Those are as follows:
*Compact doesn't qualify as small to me*
Also, i will be using Simplicity tractors for my demonstration
I consider a Yeoman, for instance, a lawn tractor, as it can snow blow, plow, mow, and revitalize, etc, while a Wonder boy, can only mow, and plow up to three inches with its small plow. You dont have the capability to do other things, that the bigger Yeoman can. The Serf's, are right at the edge of lawn tractors, as you can plow and snowblow
Then there is the Broadmoor, that dosent quite qualify as a Garden Tractor, and IMO, a Garden Tractor is something you can work the garden with, and by that, i mean plow disc etc. NOT rototill, but a good GT should have the capability to do that as well
And of course, my favorite, the Large Frames. Those being the Landlords, and Sovereigns.
These tractors are Garden Tractors. I cant think of anything you cant do with a large frame. From mowing, lawn rolling, to picking up bucket loads of manure, to plowing the garden, and snowblowing, this thing can do it all.
To be a sub-compact, IMO, you have to have a three point. This is my opinion you may not agree with me, and have all the capabilities as the other tractors above.
So what do you guys think? Thought this might be an interesting subject
Edited by 637Yeoman, May 01, 2017 - 02:39 PM.