Product Focus: Stand-on Mowers

May 20, 2016 -  By

SRS Z2 Riding mower

Ferris-SRS-Z2 Photo: Ferris

Photo: Ferris

The Soft Ride Stand-on (SRS) Z2 mower features an adjustable operator platform and ground speeds of up to 10 mph. It’s available with either a 52- or 61-in. iCD Cutting System with professional lawn striping kit. Choose between a Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 810cc EFI or Kawasaki FX801V engine.

Super S Series


Photo: Hustler

With a compact stance and ground speed up to 9 mph, the Super S stand-on mower features ergonomic controls and Hustler’s SmoothTrak steering. Its cut height ranges from 1.5 to 5.5 in. It’s available in four deck sizes, with the toughest frame and deck in category, the company says.

Stander ZK Mower


Photo: Wright Manufacturing

Wright Manufacturing
This zero-turn mower offers a large foot platform, easy to step off to exit or pick up debris. It also features a 5-gal. debris container. It’s available with a 52-, 61- or 72-in. AERO-CORE deck, push-button deck lift, 25.5- or 27-hp engine, mowing speed of 12.5 mph and fully independent left/right hydro systems.

60-in. Vantage S-Series Propane Stand-On Rider


Photo: Exmark

Exmark added a 60-in. version of its Vantage S-Series Propane stand-on rider. The UltraCut Series 4 cutting deck features flow-control baffles for increased cut quality. Maintenance-reducing features include sealed, no-maintenance spindles and patented spherical bearing idler arm pivots.

Pursuit Series


Photo: Dixie Chopper

Dixie Chopper
Choose from single or dual drive and from 32-, 35- and 44-in. deck sizes to fit into tight areas. The series features an 18-hp professional series engine from Briggs & Stratton. Dual-drive models come standard with a light kit to finish the job past sundown.

SZT Pro Series


Photo: Jacobsen

Available with either a 48- (SZT 2648) or 54-in. (SZT2654) deck, the new SZT Pro series features a 26-hp engine. The stand-on mower’s small footprint allows it to maneuver in tight areas and take up less trailer space. To use the SZT as a walk-behind, flip up the operator platform.

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