Bush Hog Commercial Series Zero Turn Mowers

Bush Hog Commercial Series Zero Turn Mowers

Bush Hog makes some nice commercial ZT mowers. The Bush Hog Commercial Series zero turn mowers offer both 25 and 26 HP Kohler Pro Filtration engine configurations. Options are also available with 25 HP and 27 HP Briggs & Stratton Commercial Turf and 24 HP Kawasaki FS730V. The Bush Hog motor goes up to to 10 MPH with blade tip speeds of 18,000 FPM. The Bush Hog Commercial Series zero turn mowers have cutting widths of 55- and 61-inches, and deck heights from 1-1/2-inches to 4-1/2-inches. For comfort, the Bush Hog Commercial Series offer a high-back, foam padded seat with flip-up arm rests and seat slides.

The commercial series zero turn mowers have an optional mulching kit with blades that shred grass clippings into a fine, lawn-feeding mulch. It also comes equipped with Bush Hog’s bar tires, which are specially designed for traction on hilly terrain or red clay mud. The attached working halogen headlights can be positioned from operator’s seat. Available accessories include a white canopy that mounts directly to the roll bar (ROPS tube) to provide shade and a trailer hitch kit for easy towing.

This Bush Hog Commercial Series mower uses heavy-duty spindles with top-mounted grease points. Each mower has dual Hydro-Gear ZT3400 hydrostats with large, 7-inch cooling fans. Fuel capacity is 8-gallons and 10-gauge welded steel decks provide plenty of stability where it counts. For convenience, Bush Hog Commercial Series zero turn mowers use a full-floating rolled edge deck and durable anti-scalp rollers to see your cut even. Finally, long lasting electric clutches eliminate another point of mechanical wear.

There’s an oversized discharge chute on the Bush Hog Commercial Series, and the mower is backed by a 3-year limited warranty. The deck comes with a lifetime limited warranty for the weldment.

Bush Hog Commercial Series Zero Turn Mowers Key Features

  • Motor: 25HP, 26 HP Kohler Pro filtration engine
  • Max speed: 10 MPH
  • Cutting widths: 55- and 61-inches
  • Blade Tip Speed: 18,000 FPM
  • Deck cutting height: 1-1/2 to 4-1/2-inches
  • High-back, foam padded seat with flip-up arm rests and seat slides
  • Commercial grade spindles
  • Dual Hydro-Gear ZT3400 hydrostats with 7-inch cooling fans
  • Fuel capacity: 8-gallons
  • Deck: 10-gauge welded steel deck, fully-floating
  • Anti-scalp rollers
  • Electric clutches
  • Oversized discharge chute
  • HI LIFT Bush Hog blades
  • 25-micron hydraulic system filter
  • 3-year commercial limited warranty. Lifetime limited deck weld warranty

To get more information and specifications of commercial engine options, visit their website .

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