Cub Cadet Tank M60-KW


The Cub Cadet Tank M60-KW Zero-Turn Mower is very similar to the Cub Cadet Tank M60-KH and Cub Cadet Tank L60 Zero-Turn Mowers in that all machines have a 60-inch width of cut. Pretty much everything about the M60KW and M60-KH is exactly the same except for the fact that the M60-KW has a much more powerful engine. This engine is a Kawasaki that produces 31 hp. The engine is gasoline and has a total displacement of 0. 852 liters. The engine uses a heavy-duty, dual-element air cleaner that purifies the intake air of dust and other particles before it enters the engine’s combustion chambers. The Kawasaki engine has overhead valves and a pressure lubrication system.

The engine on the Cub Cadet Tank M60-KW mower transfers power to the wheels via a Hydro-Gear/Parker wheel drive system. This means you never have to worry about changing gears. Instead there are 2 turn bars in front of you to control the speed and direction of the mower. To make a zero radius turn on the mower, simply push the bars in opposite directions. The maximum speed of the mower is 19. 3 km/h.

The wheels through which power is transferred are quite large, each measuring 24×12-12 (24-inch diameter, 12-inch width, 12-inch rim diameter). The front wheels, whose primary function is to keep the platform off the ground, are much smaller. Each measures 13×6. 5-6 (13-inch diameter, 6. 5-inch width, 6-inch rim diameter). The deck has a 60-inch width of cut. This 3-blade deck raises and lowers in 0. 25-inch increments from a minimum of 1-inch to a maximum of 5-inches above the ground.

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