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Country Clipper adds to lineup

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The manufacturer has added a handful of zero-turn mowers.

| June 14, 2013

Corydon, Iowa – Country Clipper Mowers announced a new redesigned mower lineup for 2013 as the latest addition to its Zero-Turn Mower equipment. All models are available with “Point and Go” Joystick or Twin Lever steering options.

Edge XLT is the big brother of the Edge. A wide front step provides ease of getting on and off the mower. Country Clipper’s articulating front axle and deck allows these components to move independently, reducing gouging and providing a smoother ride on rough or uneven terrain. This model is available with a 24 HP Kawasaki engine and 52” or 60” cutting widths. Mow up to 4.75 acres per hour with speeds up to 8 mph.

The Challenger is offered with 30 HP Briggs & Stratton, 24 HP Kawasaki, and 27 HP Kohler engines. This model can travel at speeds up to 9 mph and is equipped with 52” and 60” decks.
The Charger feature an articulating front axle and deck, which allows these components to float freely from the main frame. The Charger is available with engine options of 25.5 HP Kawasaki or 27 HP Kohler, paired with deck sizes of 52” and 60”. Running at speeds up to 10 mph, you can mow up to 6 acres per hour.

The Defender has 26” drive tires, a wide wheel base, and fuel tank placement under the seat. The seat on this machine will draw you in, designed with adjustable lumbar support and back and seat cushion angles, then mounted on vibration isolators with 3 inch travel suspension. The Defender is available with several engine options, 25.5 HP Kawasaki, 27 HP Kohler, 35 HP Kawasaki, or 29 HP Kohler with Electronic Fuel Injection. The

Defender is equipped with 60” and 72” decks, when paired with speeds up to 12.5 mph, you will be finished in no time. The Defender sports Hydro-Gear’s ZT-5400 Powertrain drive system, designed for heavy duty applications.

All Country Clipper models are available with a choice of two steering options. The exclusive “Point & Go” Joystick Steering, which leaves you with a free hand to move low hanging limbs or enjoy your favorite beverage. Dual lever steering is also available for traditional zero turn control.

Standard on all models is Country Clipper’s patented stand-up deck. Using the Quick Release System, the deck can be lifted to nearly 90 degrees for easy access to the underside of the deck. All commercial models, and select residential models, are equipped with an articulating front axle and deck. Both float independently of the frame giving you a manicured lawn, even on rough terrain.
 

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