Toro Z Master Z480


The Toro Z Master Z480 zero-turn mower gets its power from a Briggs and Stratton gasoline engine. This motor is from the Intek line and produces 18 CV. The engine uses a pressure lubrication system and overhead valves. The engine drives the wheels through an EZT dual hydrostatic system that gives the Z 480 infinite forward and reverse speeds, controlled by two levers in front of the operator. This controls how much power each rear wheel receives. When moving forward, the top speed of the Z 480 Z-Master is 9. 7 km/h, while in reverse it can reach up to 5. 5 km/h.

The fuel tank on the Toro Z Master Z480 zero-turn mower holds 7. 6 liters of gasoline. The mower’s small fuel capacity compared to other Toro zero-turn mowers is a good indicator that this mower is marketed toward individual homeowners. The motor is started by a 12 volt battery. The deck on the Z-Master Z 480 mower has a 48-inch cutting width. This deck houses 3 blades that are made of 1/4-inch thick steel. These blades have been heat treated so the edges stay sharp longer.

The mower deck has a 2. 5-inch operating range from as low as 1. 5 inches above the ground to as high as 4 inches above the ground. The platform has the option of a shredder kit. There is also an optional rear bagger to collect clippings. The standard method of dealing with grass clippings on this mower is to simply discharge them from the side. You can attach a snow blade to the front of the Toro Z Master Z480 during the winter to clear your driveway. Other models like this include the Toro Z Master Z450 and the Toro Z Master Z400 zero-turn mowers.

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