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Lastec introduces new flex deck zero-turn mower

March 3, 2020 -  By
Lastec’s new WZ400 comes in three 21-inch and 25-inch flex decks that boast up to 12 degrees total of up and down motion and 61-inch and 73-inch cutting widths. (Photo: Lastec)

Lastec’s new WZ400 comes in three 21-inch and 25-inch flex decks that boast up to 12 degrees total of up and down motion and 61-inch and 73-inch cutting widths. (Photo: Lastec)

Lastec introduced the WZ400 flex deck commercial zero-turn mower, joining the Lastec range of commercial and golf course mowers.

Starting at $11,900, the WZ400 offers gas and diesel engine options to fit the production needs and budgets of commercial landscapers and lawn care professionals.

The new mower features a 61-inch or 73-inch cutting width, three 21-inch or 25-inch flex decks and zero-turn maneuverability. The WZ400 also includes three flexing decks with up to 12 degrees of total up and down motion.

The WZ400 boasts up to a 10-mph speed and can mow up to 5.31 acres an hour. Lastec’s patented belt-driven decks require minimal maintenance and provide fuel efficiency compared to hydraulically driven rotary mowers.

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