Cub Cadet Tank M48-KH


The Cub Cadet Tank M48-KH Zero Turn Mower is very similar in many ways to the Cub Cadet Tank M48-KW Zero Turn Mower. However, there are actually quite a few very small differences between the 2 machines. The M48KH gets its power from a 25hp Kohler Command engine. This engine has overhead valves and is a two-cylinder model. The engine is kept lubricated by a pressure lubrication system with a spin-on oil filter. The engine is air-cooled and uses a heavy-duty dual-element air cleaner to clean the air intake of dust and other impurities before it enters the combustion chamber and mixes with the fuel. Starting the engine is as easy as turning a key thanks to a 12-volt battery. This 12 volt battery is recharged via a 15 amp alternator.

The Cub Cadet Tank M48-KH Zero Turn Mower’s engine gets its fuel from a set of 2 fuel tanks that have a combined capacity of 53 liters (14 US gallons) of gasoline. The amount of power the wheels receive from the engine is controlled by the operator through twin turn bars in front of him in combination with a system of white wheel motors and dual Hydro-Gear PK-12 pumps. This allows the M48 KH to reach a top speed of up to 19. 3 km/h going forward.

The rear wheels of the Cub Cadet Tank M48-KH, through which the power of the engine is transferred, are much larger than the front ones, since the front ones support most of the weight of the machine. Each measures 23×9. 5-12 (23-inch diameter, 9. 5-inch width, 12-inch rim diameter). The rear wheels have a turf thread for grip, while the front wheels are smooth and measure 13×6. 5-6 (13-inch diameter, 6. 5-inch width, 6-inch rim diameter). The mower deck on the M48 KH has a 48-inch width of cut.

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