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LF510 Fairway Mower

Jacobsen

January 15, 2013 - Equipment

<p>Jacobsen LF510</p>

The Jacobsen LF510 five-gang fairway mower features a 100-inch width-of-cut, five-inch TrueSet cutting, units and a final Tier 4 Kubota diesel engine. The mower also offers a host of simplified maintenance features including wet parking brakes, an onboard control module, and easily accessible service items.

The LF510 fairway mower will come standard with Jacobsen’s new TrueSet cutting units, first introduced in 2012. TrueSet cutting units are fast and easy to adjust while providing industry-leading holding power to deliver clean and consistent quality-of-cut through the life of the cutting unit.

With the LF510, Jacobsen now offers one of broadest line-ups of fairway mowers in the industry. The company also offers the five-gang LF550/LF570 mowers, both with a 100-inch width of cut; the five-gang super lightweight SLF-1880 that offers an 82” width of cut; and the LF-4677, a seven-gang fairway mower that offers a massive 139” width-of-cut.

The LF510 will be available spring 2013.

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