Cub Cadet XZ3 122cm / 48" Zero Turn Ride On Mower

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XZ3 122CM / 48" 

The XZ3 122 has the manoeuvrability of a Zero-Turn rider, maximum operator visibility and the accuracy of a front mount deck and is fitted with a premium, professional grade Kawasaki V-Twin engine. Offering excellent power and performance, exceptionally smooth and quiet operation and reliability for a longer life and designed for professional gardeners and landowners. The Cub Cadet XZ3 122 has a heavy-duty, fabricated 48" deck with the versatility to mow around fences and trees and the front visibility maximises mowing accuracy in corners and under low obstacles. The all-wheel directional zero-turn manoeuvrability and a low centre of gravity and wide wheelbase allow the machine to glide over uneven ground and still cut a completely straight line across hills and slopes. The innovative Synchro Steer technology steering wheel controls both the large pneumatic front wheels and the independently controlled back wheels for improved control, stability and better results. Tough terrain and steep hills are no problem with this added traction and control. The adjustable steering column and seat will fit all operators and the intuitive steering wheel makes the machine easier to use providing the user with confidence and security. The adjustable high-back seat complete with arm rests provides superior support and comfort.

DETAILS:
  • Z-TURNS
  • Kawasaki PRO 726cc Twin Cylinder Engine
  • Cutting width (cm) : 122 cm (48'')
  • 15 Deck Height Positions w/Quick Selector
  • Transmission : Dual Synchro Steer Hydrostatic
  • Rated power kW/min -1 : 12,3 / 2.750
  • Mowing area in m2: 11.000
  • Grass bag capacity (l) : Optional 300ltr
  • Mulcher Kit Included as standard
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SYNCHRO STEER® TECHNOLOGY

Our unique Zero-Turn riders with a traditional steering wheel provide you with the mazing manoeuvrability of a conventional Zero-Turn but with full control of the front wheels.

Steering and drive are perfectly synchronised to ensure the exact speed and rotating direction of each rear wheel, whatever the position of the front wheels.


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