Equipment

Z700-Series Zero-Turn Mower

Kubota

September 2, 2014 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Kubota</em></p>

Kubota Tractor Corporation’s Z700-Series of mowers includes three models — Z723, Z724, and Z725 — and is available with a rugged six-in. deep commercial deck in three popular cutting widths — 48-in., 54-in., and 60-in.

Kubota's fastest zero-turn mower has Kohler Command V-Twin engines. It boasts a heavy-duty integrated Parker 14cc pump and wheel motor system. Each model in the series is equipped with a commercial-grade Parker Torqpact GT14 transmission and an 11.6-gallon fuel tank capacity. The instrument control panel is ergonomically positioned for easy access to the controls, and the foot parking brake can be locked and released from the operator's seat. Adjusting cutting height is easy with Kubota's deck height adjustment dial.

The engine area is unobstructed for easy access to maintenance points, and the battery can be reached by simply lifting the seat panel. The front tires are "flat free" caster tires, and sealed greaseless spindles are standard equipment, creating less time in the shop in between jobs. An optional maintenance lift kit attachment acts like a built-in jack for easier routine maintenance.

The Z700-Series comes equipped with comfort features designed to minimize operator fatigue. Features include a wide operator platform for more legroom; a padded, high-back, adjustable seat for added comfort; and a convenient storage box and cup holder to help keep operators hydrated. The Kubota Z700-Series is also designed with operator safety in mind; its low center of gravity increases stability, and standard safety features include a roll-over protective structure (ROPS) and retractable seat belt.

Kubota's Z700-Series mowers are covered by a comprehensive two (2) year, unlimited hours, manufacturer warranty on both the mower and the engine.

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