Harper redesigns ATM72 slope mower

The product presents improved hydraulics, ground drive performance and serviceability compared to the last model.

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HARPER, Kan. – Harper Turf Equipment, a manufacturer of slope mowing technology, recently announced the release of the Tier 4 Final compliant ATM72LC.

The new model presents improved hydraulics, ground drive performance and serviceability in comparison to its predecessor. The advanced components enhance the self-leveling comfort and driver safety features ATM72 operators have relied on since the 1980s.

“We applied our original upright engine design concept, but made modifications to ensure a smoother ride,” said Sales Manager Byron Riesen. “This improved performance over our innovative hillside mowing technology is a testament to our engineers.”    

Kubota provides the new engine, which is a liquid cooled, 4-cylinder 24.8 HP engine. Enhanced combustion efficiency reduces vibrations and sound emissions.

The larger hydraulic tank, now located near the back of the machine, increases capacity and runs cooler, thus extending the life of hydraulic components. The redesigned leveling circuit provides constant down pressure on the stabilizer arms to absorb rough terrain, improving traction and operator comfort.

Other enhancements to the mower include the servo control hydrostat foot pedal, inclinometer leveling, redesigned operator controls and deck service access.

The new models are available for spring order. Contact your local Harper Turf dealer to request a demo or for pricing information.