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Masport Crossjet

Masport Crossjet

4WD, 2WD
3.9 from 9 reviews

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Gavin

GavinOakleigh, Whangarei.

Good machine, but not as good as videos

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Date PurchasedNov 2016
1 comment
Gavin
Gavin

Hard out

Hard outNorth West Nelson

Hard out little mower

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We purchased this mower about 4yrs ago and use it to mow 3 sites we look after and anything that a mower will not do gorse rocks scrub to date we have done 1100 hrs there have been some general maint problems blades cross bar main blade shaft bearings front wheel bearings this was all after 500 hrs + a few belts all to be expected this is one tough little work horse we are very happy with NOTE we are very fussy with our maint oils greasing checking all mech stuff.

Date PurchasedJan 2013

A very impressive machine

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Drew

DrewCasuarina

  • 2 reviews

Not bad at all

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Personally i,d like a bit more Horse Power but thats just me i like lots of horses better too many than not enough. I am sure if i tried hard enough i could bend it, break it, bog it cause every machine has limitations get to know what they are and this machine will do most things for you, better than some not as good as others but compare price to what it,ll do. Overall thus far i am happy with machine
Sloping overgrown suburban blocks with very tall grass No probs.
just a personal thing but power steer would be nice :-)


makk

makkgeorgica

amazing machine

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1 comment
Robbo3057
Robbo3057

Landowner

LandownerCoffs Harbour

A Robust and Capable Machine

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1 comment
Piha Farmer
Piha Farmer

Agree with your review. Good machine. The seating is close, but I managed to modify the stop position to get another 50 mm that makes a big difference in terms of knee room.


Viva Farm

Viva FarmBroadford

Strong and efficient

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This is a great mower with an engine that is smooth and unstoppable. It eats up bracken and blackberries without missing a beat. Mine has been completely reliable and has held up really well to some pretty tough conditions.
The only thing I can fault is that the seat position is a little cramped for a tall person (I'm 6'1") and the turning circle is a little wide, but maneuverability is so good you soon get used to how to get around.
Strong engine, capable and unstoppable
Slightly cramped seating if you are tall


Piha Farmer

Piha Farmer

  • 2 reviews

This is a great mower

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2 comments
Robbo3057
Robbo3057
Piha Farmer
Piha Farmer
Robbo3057

Robbo3057Northern NSW

Don't Buy This Mower!

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20 comments
alkaline
alkaline

Have you considered the AS MOTOR Sherpa 940 4wd all terrain ride on brush cutter?

Landowner
Landowner

What mechanical problems have you had? I have a Crossjet and it's reliable and well built. What model do you have?

Landowner
Landowner

Questions & Answers

Andy

Andyasked

what size v belts do I require for the cutters and the drive belt?

No answers

Steve

Steveasked

Having trouble lately with it stalling when engaging the blades. Doesn’t do it all the time but will do it 3 or 4 times in a row. Blade engagement clutch has been changed, new battery but still does it, usually after it’s warmed up say after 10/15 minutes or so.

3 answers
Gavin
Gavin

Try checking your air cleaner, this may sound stupid, but with the extra load on the engine when the blades are engaged if the air cleaner is filthy it could stall.

Steve
Steve

Thanks Gavin, yeah have checked it with air filter removed and still the same.

Gavin
Gavin

Not looked on mine but check that you haven't lost a spring on the govener, if it has one, because if the engine slows relative to the set speed normally the govener prevents a stall


Phil R.

Phil R.asked

Masport Crossjet 4wd. Fwd and reverse lever not operating? Have found that a bolt or screw is missing on rear left metal rod, on placeing a nail in just to hold it could only manage to move it fwd very slowly! Been a disaster this season,from full service,then blown gasket,fanbelt and now this! Am thinking of parking it in the mower shopfront window! Any ideas?

1 answer
Gavin
Gavin

It sounds like you have lost a bolt, which would hold the forward/reverse lever tightly to the linkage. As you say by using a nail you can get it to move slowly, this is maybe because most of the travel on the lever is used before the nail becomes tight and will move the machine.
Try and find a bolt to fit in, if you have no luck I will remove the one form mine and let you know exactly what it is. Good luck.


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