Steiner Tractors

Marvin Steiner built custom farm equipment in Ohio in the 1940s. Production of custom lawn tractors began in the 1970s, which grew rapidly. Steiner was sold to Ransomes in 1988, and production was moved to Dalton, Ohio, in 1992. Ransomes, including Steiner, was purchased by Textron in 1998, and was merged with the Jacobsen commercial grounds care unit. Production was moved to Johnson Creek, Wisconsin. As of December 2019, Steiner is owned by Doosan Bobcat.

Steiner 202
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 7 gal
  • Wheelbase: 43 inches
  • Weight: 1214 lbs
Steiner 230
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD front-wheel drive
  • Fuel tank: 6 gal
  • Wheelbase: 50 inches
  • Weight: 1290 to 1410 pounds
Steiner 235
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 6 gal
  • Wheelbase: 50 inches
  • Weight: 1420 lbs
Steiner 410
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel tank: 5 gal
  • Wheelbase: 39 inches
  • Weight: 950 lbs
Steiner 415
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel: 5 gal
  • Wheelbase: 39 inches
  • Weight: 950 lbs
Steiner 428
  • Chassis: 4x4 4WD
  • Weight: 425 lbs
Steiner 430
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel tank: 6 gal
  • Wheelbase: 38 inches
  • Weight: 1000 to 1100 pounds
Steiner 440
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel: 8 gal
  • Wheelbase: 43.5 inches
  • Weight: 1489 to 1517 pounds
Steiner 450
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel: 7 gal
  • Wheelbase: 43.5 inches
  • Weight: 1575 to 1665 pounds
Steiner 450DX
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel: 7 gal
  • Wheelbase: 43.5 inches
  • Weight: 1531 lbs
Steiner 525
  • Chassis: 4x4 articulated 4WD
  • Fuel tank: 7 gal
  • Wheelbase: 49 inches
  • Weight: 1520 lbs