With my new ZTR Toro on my first cut I found it ripping up the lawn on a ZTR turn at the end of a line. I then tried to do like a "K" turn but I thought that defeated the whole idea of a ZTR tractor but it did less of the ripping up (burnout) at the end of the line needless to say I couldnt get nice stripes either. The ground was damp that morning , but after the dealer dropped off my new Toro at 8 a.m. that morning I just wanted to sample my new ZTR and start cutting. Tips for the ameture here would help, how do I not rip up the grass ??? The wife was mad & laughing at the same time!!!