Cub Cadet H1952


The Cub Cadet H1952 self-propelled mower is the largest and most powerful mower in the Cub Cadet series of hydrostatic self-propelled mowers. The H 1952 has a 52-inch platform. This platform has 3 large blades housed inside it. The deck is made of 10 gauge fabricated steel and also has a large plastic discharge chute attached to the right side of the mower deck that adds over 10 inches to the overall width of the machine. The deck blades are driven by a Kevlar belt. The platform operates over a range of 2 inches from a height of 4 inches above the ground below to a low of 2 inches above the ground.

You will notice that there is a large nose roller on the front of the deck on the Cub Cadet H1952. This front roller helps prevent the mower’s fixed deck from accidentally touching the ground and scraping/scratching it while traveling over it. The engine of the platform has a maximum power of 19 CV. The engine in the 1952 H is a Kawasaki twin with overhead valves and uses a pressure lubrication system to prevent seizing or wearing out too quickly.

The engine drives the rear wheels of the Cub Cadet H1952 through a Hydro-Gear dual hydrostatic drive system using Parker wheel motors. This system gives the self-propelled mower a top speed of 11. 3 km/h, which will mean the operator practically has to jog just to keep up. The controls on the H 1952 mower are housed in a set of double pistol grips that are very comfortable on the hands. The other 2 models in the wide area hydrostatic series that are not as big and powerful are the Cub Cadet H1536 and the Cub Cadet H1748.

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