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What are some of the different parts on a Kubota mower?

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Designed to help landscapers work in comfort, Kubota mowers include brand standards such as high-backed seats, Cushion Ride suspension systems, ample leg room, cruise control and hydrostatic transmission. Mowers in Kubota’s four lineups differ in terms of horsepower, attachments, engine types and other criteria.

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From lowest to highest horsepower, Kubota mowers are divided into the T, GR, F and Z Series. The T and GR Series of Kubota mowers are intended for residential use only. The F and Z Series of mowers have more robust features, such as commercial motors and up to 32.5 horsepower to handle heavier residential and commercial duties. The F and Z Series of mowers also stand out for stability, making them preferable for steep terrain.

All Kubota mowers feature hydrostatic transmission to reduce operator fatigue and keep performance at top level. This transmission system lets a single pedal function for acceleration and braking. With no clutching or shifting needed, riders can keep their hands free for more precise steering. A cushioned ride, comfortable seating and ergonomic controls make for additional comfort.

Mowers in each Kubota series are available with attachments, such as grass catchers and snow blowers. The more advanced series include upgrades such as headlights, storage boxes, cup holders and adjustable armrests.

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