Altoz intros tracked zero-turn mower

October 4, 2016 -  By

Photo: AltozAltoz, an outdoor power equipment company based in Greenbush, Minn., released its new TRX tracked zero-turn mower.

Equipped with rear-mounted tracks and torsional suspension system, the TRX allows mowing professionals to maintain places difficult to cut with a traditional zero-turn mower, the company said.

“We think the TRX is truly an unprecedented product for the power equipment industry,” said Dennis Brazier, Altoz CEO and founder. “The TRX’s unique combination of traction, stability and low ground pressure with durability, power and handling will make it a valuable asset for municipalities, utility companies, lawn professionals, golf courses and general contractors concerned about safety while tackling a wide range of conditions and terrain.”

The TRX’s stability and traction enables operators to safely maneuver inclines, side hills, ditches, varying terrain and wet conditions, while its low-ground pressure and high traction eliminates ruts and tire marks, Altoz said.

Additional machine features include a 12-way adjustable seat with suspension, 11-inch wide track, 14-gallon fuel capacity, 15-inch run flat front tires, commercial twin hydro-gear ZT-5400 transmission, a 250 foot-pound clutch, TorqFlex front suspension and rear torsional track suspension.

The TRX will include the option of 61- or 66-inch decks, and either a Kohler Command Pro EFI 33-hp engine or a Vanguard EFI 37-hp engine.

The TRX will ship to Altoz dealers in spring. GIE+EXPO attendants will have the opportunity to see and demo the TRX at the Altoz outdoor demo booth (#6700-D) in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 19–21.

Photo: Altoz


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