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Features - Maintenance: Stand-on Mowers

The latest stand-on mowers offer enhanced operator comfort options and a precise cut.

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February 6, 2020


Cub Cadet PRO X

The pitch: In late 2019, Cub Cadet unveiled the latest addition to its PRO Series, announcing the PRO X Series of stand-on mowers. 

  • A fully fabricated 10-gauge deck shell with 7-gauge top and bottom reinforcements gives the PRO X Series a strong backbone.
  • The adjustable hip pad with ample side supports offers comfort and stability when mowing slopes. A large, fully adjustable suspension platform allows the operator to adjust tension quickly and easily.
  • With a maintenance-free design, the spindles, bearings, hubs, casters, rims, linkages, levers and other pivot points do not need greasing.

For more info: Cubcadet.com


Exmark Staris Stand-On Zero-Turn Riding Mower

The pitch: Exmark’s new Staris stand-on riding mowers deliver commercial performance, durability, ergonomics and ease of service.  

  • Staris is available in E-Series models, with a choice of 32-, 36- or 44-inch UltraCut Series 3 cutting decks, and large-frame S-Series models, with 48-, 52-, or 60-inch UltraCut Series 4 cutting decks. 
  • Intuitive, ergonomic controls make Staris models easy to operate. 
  • Staris frame design and caster wheel positioning are optimized for each cutting deck width for superior cut quality.

For more info: Exmark.com


Gravely Pro-Stance

The pitch: Take on hills with confidence with the Gravely Pro-Stance, designed to deliver power and performance in environments that demand quick on and off versatility.  

  • Available in a wide range of deck sizes, from 32-inch to 60-inch. 
  • Redistributed center of gravity for increased stability and maneuverability. 
  • Adjustable cruise bar limits and expands speed in tight working environments, and a thumb release and vertical pin system adds ease to cutting height adjustments.

For more info: Gravely.com


Toro GrandStand MULTI FORCE stand-on mower

The pitch: Toro’s GrandStand MULTI FORCE features the ability to switch attachments for year-round productivity. 

  • The new Toro MULTI FORCE aerator attachment can handle 66,000 square feet per hour at 5 mph. 
  • Operators can turn the Toro MULTI FORCE into a spring cleanup tool with a front-mount tine rake dethatcher. 
  • The aerator has six floating rotor heads that lift independently, and three caster assemblies with two floating cast iron tine rotor heads.

For more info: Toro.com