Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 67
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Faisal Does well gaurding my 54" mower
I have a mover with 54” deck and I was confident that this cover will not entirely cover the mower given its measurements. To my surprise, it covered from front to back and right to left including chute cover. I do however prefer to keep the chute cover out since it jets out 20” further from the deck.
The fabric material is good but you still needs to be careful when covering/uncovering it, metal edges can rip it so take your time when pulling the fabric. The elastic cord really gives a tight fit ensuring that it will stay put during high winds.
I like the built-in vents that keep the air flow from right to left. There is a small tag on the front of the cover indicating which side is the “Front”, so no guess work. When not in use, the entire covers folds into its built-in case and that is smart.
It’s water resistant and does well protecting my mower from rain and snow. I love the cover and highly recommend it.
December 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by brlracer96 john dear mower cover
very easy to put on by yourself waterproof and weatherproof
July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vjn Mower cover
I was pleased with how well the cover fit the John Deere mower.
July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by vicguyMN covered
This is a good basic cover for my John Deere X310. It's not super heavy duty, but heavy enough to not feel cheap. It fits fairly well - would probably fit better if I didn't have the grill guard on the front - and covers it almost completely. It has a couple vents to allow moisture to release and folds up into itself with the built in storage bag. It works well as a winter storage cover
December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Aayan Well thought design, works great on my JD 110
This cover is a high quality product designed to give years of protection. I am using it on my John Deere D110 with 42” deck that I bought in 2010. With mower deck and mulching attachment installed along with the front 2-bar bumper, it covers the entire body from end-to-end including the tires and the deck. I also had JD canopy installed on my tractor and I used to leave the vertical posts attached to the back of tractor when storing it. With this cover, I have to remove the vertical posts to get a snug fit from front to back. It would’ve been awesome if it had dedicated holes built-in where I could slide the vertical posts through them.
It comes fully stitched and ready for action. Simply pull it out of the box and cover the tractor. My D110 was not cheap and I love to have this cover protecting my investment in my JD. There is an elastic cord at the bottom to give it a nice snug fit. Also, couple of vents on left and right side of the seat area to keep the moisture out. I love the built-in storage bag that easily stores the entire cover. Overall design is well thought to get the best out of it.
If you store your tractor out in the open during snow/winter or peak summer heat, then this is the cover you need folks. It’s a John Deere product so buy it with confidence.
December 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bilbolou John Deere Riding Mower Cover
Fits as should on the mower to protect it from the elements. Quality is excellent. Very satisfied with this product.
April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kingston46 Best purchase ever!!
I know have help with the yard work. I'm very pleased with its performance.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jdjd nice cover
This cover is a good quality product for the price. I expect it to last for a few years.
It's sized nicely for the 42" Deere I got at The Home Depot. It is designed well to fit nicely and installs easily - not so tight that you have to struggle to put it on, but also not so big that it looks like a mis-fit (just right). There is an elastic cord at the bottom to give it a nice snug fit. Also, couple of vents on left and right side of the seat area to keep the moisture out. There is also a built-in storage bag that easily stores the entire cover.
And of course having the logo on the cover is a nice touch.
January 7, 2016