The RZT S 42 Zero Turn is designed for ultimate manoeuvrability around trees, garden beds and other obstacles.
Steering wheel control and 4 wheel steering means the RZT S 42 is safer and more stable on sloping terrain, compared to traditional lap bar controlled zero turn mowers.
Powered by a strong Kawasaki engine and with a big 42 inch cutting deck, the RZT S 42 suits a wide range of applications.
The unique combination of zero turn agility and stable safe handling on slopes makes the RZT S 42 a perfect mower for challenging terrain where a regular zero turn would not be safe to operate.
*Finance available to approved purchasers, at participating Cub Cadet dealers. T&Cs apply. See http://www.cubcadet.com.au/finance for full T&Cs.
- Technical Information
SKU 17AICBDS330 Engine 21.5HP Kawasaki V-Twin Transmission Dual Hydro-Gear Deck 42 Inch pressed steel Deck Wash Standard PTO Electronic Fingertip engagement Cruise Control No Catcher Optional RMC(Reverse) Yes Seat High back comfort seat Fuel Tank 10.6 L Mulch Kit Standard Front Tyres 13" x 5" Rear Tyres 18" x 8.5" Warranty Unit 6 years domestic / 90 Day commercial Warranty Engine 6 years domestic / 90 Day commercial
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- What an absolute ripper.... Zero Turn via a wheel instead bars.
What an absolute ripper.... Zero Turn via a Steering Wheel instead bars.. eve the wife can mow the block now...
Great for sloping blocks, don't have to think about which way I am going to mow now, before had to always go up and down.
Great for precise turns around garden beds or obstacles and leaves a perfect finish with a mulching blade on height 3 which is near enough to 3 inches (75mm)
Mine has the Koehler engine with plenty of power to spare.
Easy to remove the deck to clean it or sharpen blades and a snap to level the deck, Grease nipples on all the important places.
Only gripe I have is the beverage holder is too far back, one has to be a contortionist to get to ones beverage, and it does get covered in dust and grass, because it is on the discharge side.. should be placed on the left hand side plenty of space there where the obscure pictograms are that nobody can understand or even read or even better on the steering column. Oh Yeah there's an idea!!
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