Cub Cadet Ultima ZT2 60" 24HP Kawasaki Zero Turn Mower
he Cub Cadet ULTIMA Series ZT2 60 FAB 60 in. 24 HP Kawasaki FR730 series Twin-cylinder OHV Zero-Turn Riding Mower was built to raise the bar for durability without sacrificing operator comfort. A High-strength continuous, 2 in. x 2 in. tubular steel frame provides Enhanced Strength and Durability. Featuring an Automotive-inspired, ergonomic, fully single-lever adjustable premium cut-and-sew 18 in. high-back seat with advanced polymer seat suspension and ball-bearing slides. Also includes armrests and quick knob adjustable lap bars with Industry-exclusive over molded soft-touch ergonomic hand grips optimized for comfort, with Rubber floor mat. Dual LED headlights you'll see- Brighter, longer, broader, while working before dawn or after dusk. The 60 in. heavy-duty fabricated deck with reinforced 1 x 0.375 welded steel bar stock on the Leading/trim edge and an AeroForce cutting system independently tested to deliver the best-in-class cut, with fewer clumps and stragglers, finer clippings and increased evenness of cut. The ULTIMA Series ZT2 60 FAB is equipped with an open frame design and hinged/removable floor pan, allowing easy access to the deck and engine for quick and ease of maintenance, 20 x 12-10 Turf-Master premium rear tires provide a better ride on uneven ground at higher speeds. Ideal for mowing Slight rolling hills and several obstacles up to 5 acres.
Cub Cadet Ultima ZT2 60" 24HP Kawasaki Zero Turn Mower is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Cub cabet zt2 60I got the Cub Cadet TZ2 60 Zero turn mower to try and am so glad that I did. This thing is amazing! I had never used or ridden a zero turn before and at first was both nervous and skeptical at best about how hard it would be to get used to. Boy was I wrong! After going over the basic instructions and safety features I was off and running in no time at all. Within about 15 minutes I was riding and mowing like a pro! The mower was not only amazingly easy to get used to, It mowes GREAT as well. Your speed and turns are easily controlled with the simple push or pull on the controlls. It mowes great even at high speeds. In fact, my yard has honestly never looked better. I would highly recommend this mower to anyone who does their own yard maintenance! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-05-17
Rated 5 out of
Dan from Huntsville from
Amazing, I Love itThis is my first Zero Turn Mower. I researched several competitors, and settled on the Cub Cadet ZT2 60. WOW, amazing machine. I had first settled on an orange brand, but shange my mind. Here's why. The CC has a sturdier frame, a better, more solidly built deck mechanism, a more comfortable seat, a better and beefier steering controller set, and from what I hear, the CC is much quieter. Compared to the consumer green brand, the green brand looks and feels like a toy. The red brand was equally inferior in each of the areas that I evaluated. Of course, as we progress into commercial machines, there are some fine offerings. That said, the CC is clearly the star of its class, and shares many of the features found on machines designed to be used all day, every day. Last is the cut quality, which I found to be amazing. The CC has a deck and discharge system that results in more cuts on each blade of grass. It simply cuts the grass to a fine mulch, and leaves very few clippings. It also cuts and tracks nicely, leaving a smooth, even surface. As I stated before, WOW.
Date published: 2019-05-16
Rated 1 out of
ProblemsI bought the zt2 60 a month ago and now I wish I would have bought a different mower for 2 reasons.
1. The mower does not have an easy fuel indicator so that I know when I am about to run out of gas. I have to stop get off the mower and lift the seat to see the fuel tank. This really isnt that big of a problem but a fuel gauge of some kind would have been nice.
2. The first time I used this mower it cut great and was easy to use. I stored it in the shed until the yard needed another cut (about 4 days). When I went to get my new mower out of the shed I noticed a horrible smell in the shed that I could not find the source of. Once I started mowing I noticed that the mower was leaving a line of uncut grass right down the middle of the mower. After further inspection I realized that I had an enormous amount of grass clipping stuck under the deck of the mower even though I used the wash port after the previous mowing. The wet grass had Mildewed and that is what was stinking in my shed. Once I removed the stuck grass with a scraper, being careful not to scratch the inside of the deck, the mower cut great. I spend about 20 minutes after each mowing with my mower on a set of car ramps to access the undercarriage of the deck so that I can spray the huge clumps of grass out with a water hose so that it doesnt stink in my shed and will cut the next time I need to mow. I put fertilizer down this year and i am mowing every 3 to 4 days making sure that the grass doesnt get too tall. Which would be great for someone who loved having a new toy to play with everytime the yard needed mowing but not for me. I have sharpened the new blades, I have sprayed dry graphite under deck to help keep the grass from building up all with no luck. If it were not for this issue I would recommend this mower to anyone but due to this major pain everytime I mower I would not recommend this mower!