King Kutter's XB Finish Mowers are built with quality and features that will make your lawn the envy of the neighbors. Mowing has never been easier because of the free-floating flex hitch system. The use of the free-floating flex hitch system allows the mower to follow the contour of the ground, thus mowing evenly on uneven terrain. King Kutter's XB Finish Mowers are constructed with a 3/16" reinforced deck featuring 3 cast iron blade spindles with ball bearings and 1/4" thick heat treated blades offset to ensure a smooth even cut. Other features include a fully baffled underdeck, anti-scalp roller, easy height adjusters, 40 HP cast iron gearbox and tubular wheel arms.
- Free-floating flex hitch system
- Heavy duty steel deck
- Heavy duty cast iron gearbox
- Single belt with EZ adjustment system
- Turf Friendly, 4 ply pneumatic tires
- Shielded PTO shaft with shear pin
- Anti-scalp roller
- Fully baffled deck
- Easy height adjustment
- Rear discharge units come with belt guards as standard equipment
Picture shows optional chain guards, that may be purchased separately.
SKU 108520 Model RFM-48-XB-0 Weight 510.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $1,589.97
- Good Quality Mover for a Good Price Review by P. Lepek
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The mover arrived in the box so there was some assembly required which took a couple of hours to unpack and assemble the components ( I had to cut the drive shaft - which is a normal thing to fit it well to the tractor).
The mower works fine, it does well in the tall grass (but I recomment to raise the deck a little higher for the first cut).
It's a bit early to judge about the reliablility since I only have had a mover for a little over three weeks. My take is that it will work well for the time to come by looking over its tough gearbox and it's decking - it has three cutting blades and a drive belt to power all.
Note: The manufacturer advises against cutting more that just grass with it so I would NOT use it to cut thick brush.
(Posted on 8/14/2014)
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