TAG: BOB-CAT

Bob-Cat adds new deck options to XRZ pro lineup

May 16, 2016By

Bob-Cat added 48-inch and 61-inch deck options for the XRZ Pro mower. These deck sizes join the original 52-inch deck. “We want our customers to have exactly what they need to get their lawn care jobs done,” said Bob-Cat Brand Director Matt Donohue. “These new decks give them more options on the XRZ Pro, with the same great cut quality... read more

Bob-Cat updates top-line mowers

February 2, 2016By

Bob-Cat updated its commercial zero-turn mowers, the Predator-Pro and ProCat. Both models feature new terrain-gripping zero-T drive tires, bringing improved grip, puncture resistance, turn radius with minimal turf damage and self-cleaning. Bob-Cat also made improvements to the cutting deck on the two mowers. The newly modified double-wave baffle system and longer 61-in. DuraDeck cutting deck enhances cut quality, the company... read more

Mulching vs. collecting

May 8, 2015By
Graphic: LM Staff

Despite evidence that leaving lawn clippings is good for turf, landscape companies sometimes face the mulch-or-bag question. Walk through the options here. If you do collect… There are many benefits to leaving clippings on the lawn. For example, mulching returns essential nutrients, such as nitrogen, back to the soil, says Mark Schmidt, principal scientist for John Deere. But sometimes bagging... read more

BOB-CAT QuickCat Stand-On Mower

January 16, 2015By

The nimble QuickCat™ makes quick work of the most challenging jobs. Its confidence-inspiring stability and all-day comfort make it the ultimate in stand-on mower durability, quality of cut and ease of ownership. QuickCat™ features: ·      8 mph optimal mowing speed and 10.5 mph transport speed ·      Optimal operator station placement for excellent center of mass stability ·      Extra-large drive tires... read more

BOB-CAT rolls out first stand-on mower

January 9, 2015By

BOB-CAT introduced its first stand-on mower, the QuickCat, designed to deliver exceptional performance as a primary mower or as a complement to BOB-CAT’s zero-turn radius mowers, says the company. The mower’s design reduces vibration and allows the platform to be close to the drive axels. It also offers an 8 mph mowing speed and 10.5 mph transport speed, as well... read more