Cub Cadet Tank L48


The Zero Cub Cadet Tank L48 Giro Cadet Speaker obtains its power from a Kohler Command engine that produces 25 hp. It is a bicylinder with head valves. The engine has a total displacement that comes to 0. 724 liters. The Kohler engine takes gasoline fuel deposits that can contain up to 32. 2 liters (8. 5 US gallons). In total there are 2 fuel deposits. The engine is not overheats thanks to an air cooling system. It has a pressure lubrication system that maintains the engine in perfect operation. The engine has a double element and high resistance air filter that prevents dust and particles in the engine. The gasoline engine of the COR CAD L48 is started with a 1 2-volt battery that is recharged with a 20 amps alternator once the engine is running.

The engine power of the Cub Cadet Tank L48 spectacés is transferred to the wheels by means of a combination of Hydro-Gear PK-12 pumps and Parker wheel engines. This system allows the operator to control the speed and direction of the L48 tank using the twin back bars located in front of it. The maximum speed of the cortesped is 16. 1 km/h when it moves forward and 8 km/h when it goes back.

The Cub Cadet L48 platform has a 4 8-inch cutting width. This platform is floating and has 3 blades. The platform is made mainly of 10 caliber steel, but some areas (for example, skirts) have 7 caliber steel reinforcements to add strength. The 48 tank cutting platform can work at a height as low as 2. 5 cm from the ground and as high as 5 cm from the ground. It rises and lowers in small increases of 0. 25 inches. The Zero Cub Cadet Tank L60 Giro Cadet Speaker is a similar but bigger model.

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