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Cub Cadet releases all-new Tank L zero-turn rider

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The rider comes with a sloped-nose deck, commercial drivetrain and a suspension seat.

| March 7, 2011

CLEVELAND  – Cub Cadet Commercial has introduced its newest zero-turn rider, the TANK  L. It features a sloped-nose deck, suspension seat with elasticity vibration control (EVC) fabric, commercial drivetrain and a three-year commercial warranty.

“Our new TANK L is designed to give green industry professionals a high-quality product loaded with great features,” said Allen Baird, product manager, Cub Cadet Commercial. “Its fabricated sloped-nose deck delivers superior results while its pump and wheel motor design provides higher torque for efficient, reliable power.”

Users can choose between a premium Kohler Command V-Twin OHV engine offering either 25- or 27-horsepower along with a fabricated sloped-nose cutting deck in either 48” or 60”. The slope nosed deck is engineered to force grass blades to rebound into the cutting edge for a cleaner, more even cut regardless of grass types. Combined with its pivoting front axle and lockout option, users can navigate challenging terrain while enjoying a smooth ride and professional results.

The durable TANK L also features a fully welded, 2” x 2” frame and commercial drive system. Along with its large-capacity, dual Hydro-Gear PK-12 pumps and Parker wheel motors the unit offers easy operation and is built to take years of abuse - even at higher ground speeds.

The all new TANK L series is available at Cub Cadet Commercial dealers throughout the country with a manufacturer’s suggested retail of $5,999 and $6,999. For more information about the TANK L or Cub’s complete line of professional products and to find a dealer near you, visit www.CubCadet.com.  

 

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