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Zero Turn Mower Offers Productivity and Durability

BOB-CAT, a manufacturer of commercial-quality turf mowers, announces the XRZ Pro RS zero turn mower The new unit is loaded with commercial-grade features that lawn care professionals require, all at a value-driven price point.

Three models are available featuring powerful Kawasaki FX Series engines and a choice of 48”, 52” or 61” mower decks. The BOB-CAT TufDeck Pro 10-gauge fabricated, welded and reinforced steel mower deck includes the BOB-CAT patented Double Wave baffle system for maximum vacuum and lift. Hydro-Gear ZT-3400 twin hydrostatic transaxles offer smooth performance and agility.

Commercial cutters will experience improved run times and productivity thanks to dual fuel tanks with a 9.5 gallon capacity and a forward speed of up to 10 mph. And they can comfortably work all day, thanks to a high-back fully mechanical suspension seat with armrests.

The new XRZ Pro RS also comes with an aggressive new look including black wheel rims, black belt covers and a darker seat. It is backed by an industry leading 6-year/1200 hour Mow With Confidence warranty.

“The new BOB-CAT XRZ Pro RS is our latest professional grade mower built for the rigors of commercial mowing,” says Ron Scheffler, product manager for BOB-CAT. “Based on 60 years of engineering and manufacturing expertise, this latest edition to our zero-turn mower line comes loaded with commercial-grade features. Importantly, it combines superior value with the toughness and reliability customers have come to expect from BOB-CAT.”

The suggested promotional prices for the new XRZ Pro RS start at $6,799.00. Prices vary by dealer. Taxes, freight, set-up, and delivery not included.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 6/25/2018

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