Cub Cadet RECON 48


The Cub Cadet RECON 48 zero-turn mower gets its power from a two-cylinder Kohler engine. This engine has overhead valves and uses a pressure lubrication system to stay properly lubricated throughout operation. The total displacement of the engine is 0. 674 liters, which gives it a maximum power of 23 CV. The engine is kept cool thanks to an air cooling system. As expected, the engine is started by a 12-volt battery. The engine uses a dual element air filter to clean the intake air before it enters the engine.

The Cub Cadet RECON 48 zero-turn mower features 2 large 5 US gallon (18. 9 liter) gas tanks to keep you fueled. This motor drives the blades on the RECON 48’s 48-inch deck. There are three 17-inch blades each. There are three 17-inch blades inside the deck. This is a floating deck that uses a nose roller and a series of anti-scaling wheels to make sure it follows the angle of the ground as you ride over it and also help prevent scratches or scarring of the turf. The platform is belt driven and electronically connected. The 48″ mower deck is raised and lowered from 5 inches above the ground to 1 inch above the ground using a spring assisted foot lever.

Because the Cub Cadet RECON 48 is a very large machine, it comes with a roll bar (ROPS) that can be folded down for storage in low-roof sheds. A larger (width of cut and engine power) RECON zero-turn mower than the RECON 48 is the Cub Cadet RECON 60 Zero-Turn Mower. When you purchase this new 48″ zero-turn mower, it comes with a limited warranty of2 years for commercial buyers.

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