Outstanding cutting performance
Navigates seamlessly around obstacles
Climbs hills easily
This is my forth ride on mower over forty years of mowing a sloping five acre block. I have steep sections to negotiate and lots of fruit trees to mow around plus some narrow tracks. I also worked for a lawn mowing contractor for a few years using a Cox and Husqvarna. I was a greenkeeper for ten years too so know a thing or two about operating mowers.
This mower is by far the best I've ever used. It's amazing on the steep sections like a 4wd and the zero turn is a winner for tricky bits around trees and shrubs. I'm not much of a fan of lap bar...steering so the steering wheel is something I like a lot and is as light and easy to operate as it gets. It's super powerful and cuts long thick grass without any problems and leaves a magic finish like a golf fairway. The Kawasaki motor is the one to get. Purrs along all day and is pretty quiet albeit a bit thirsty. Not really a problem though because the Kohler is too and you'll always have to invest a bit in fuel for a mower as powerful as this. If you're thinking about buying one of these don't waste too much time thinking about it. I wish I got mine a few years ago when I first saw them at Johns Bikes and Mowers in Ballina who I'd also recommend. I can't fault it even slightly. Just a brilliant machine to operate.
Purchased for $6,500.00.
Questions & Answers
Can anyone give me an idea on how do you adjust the cutting deck when the left hand front side is about 10mm lower than the other side and the adjustment on the hanger is at its lowest.
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The RZT S Zero Turn range features two mowers; the S42 ($6, 599) and the S46 ($7,499).
The differences between the S42 and S46
- The S46 uses a 46-inch cutting deck, whereas the S42 model uses a 42-inch cutting deck.
- The S42 features 21.5 horsepower, while the S46 has 23 horsepower.
The similarities between the two models
- Both models use 4-wheel steering and are petrol-operated ride-on mowers.
- Zero-turn capability is paired with a dual hydro-gear transmission.
- Can be put into reverse
- 10.6-litre fuel tank
- Standard mulch kit provided
Points of Praise
- These mowers are light and easy to operate.
- Great to use if you have a lot of trees on your property to navigate around, thanks to the zero turning circle.
- The mower was also reported to climb hills smoothly, and mow the grass on them effectively.
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|Category||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers|
|Features||Mulching Capability||Mulching Capability||Mulching Capability||Mulching Capability|
|Cutting Deck Material||Steel||Steel||Steel||Steel|
|Cutting Width||1,168 mm||1,069 mm||1,270 mm||1,070 mm|
|Height of Cut||38 mm to 102 mm||38 mm to 102 mm||38 mm to 102 mm||38 mm to 102 mm|
|Number of Blades||2||2||3||2|
|Weight||256 kg||249 kg||281 kg||218 kg|
|Horsepower||23 hp||22 hp||23 hp||22 hp|
|Max Speed||11 km/hr||11 km/hr||11 km/hr||11 km/hr|
|Reverse Speed||5 km/hr||5 km/hr||5 km/hr||5 km/hr|
|Dimensions||914 x 1232 x 2032 mm||914 x 1130 x 2032 mm||914 x 1359 x 2032 mm||914 x 1118 x 2032 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||4 year(s)||4 year(s)||4 year(s)||6 year(s)|
|Engine / Motor|
|Engine Name||Kohler 7000 Series V-Twin OHV||Kohler 7000 Series V-Twin||Kohler 7000 Series V-Twin||Kohler 7000 Series V-Twin|
|Engine Type||OHV (Overhead Valve)||OHV (Overhead Valve)||OHV (Overhead Valve)||OHV (Overhead Valve)|
|Engine Displacement||725 cc||725 cc||725 cc||725 cc|
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