Tractor and groundcare specialist, Kubota, has increased its popular out-front range of mowers with the launch of its updated F90 fleet, improving its existing models with enhanced cutting and discharge performance.
The revamped F3090 and F3890 deliver professional performance with Kubota's 30.6HP and 37.3HP diesel-powered engines, fabricated durable mower deck, easier maintenance and superior operator comfort; as well as increased levels of productivity and reliability.
Bolstering the existing range, Kubota has also added the F2890E 2WD model to its fleet, designed for operators with less challenging demands.
The improved F90 range comes with rear and side discharge mower decks, available in 60" or 72" fittings, with both decks raising a full 90 degrees, providing unobstructed access to the blades and deck underside for simpler cleaning and maintenance.
The front discharge deck also features front lift arms that attach directly over the centre of gravity for greater user control.
The F90's enhanced side-discharge professional mower deck copes better with longer grass blades too; its 5.5" deep deck design helps the sward to stand tall, allowing for a more efficient, accurate cut and cleaner appearance.
PTO shaft drive negates the need for belts or pulleys too, ensuring smooth and direct power transfer from the engine to the deck and other PTO-driven attachments, such as the GCD900F grass collector.
The shaft drive also requires less maintenance and provides greater dependability.
The F90 range is built as standard with many of the high-performance, high efficiency features common across Kubota's complete turfcare range, such as a large fuel tank (61lt) and Hydrostatic power steering, to help reduce operator fatigue and allow for easier operation around trees and other obstacles.
Fitted with a single HST pedel, the F90 range enjoys quick response, excellent working speed and more power for tough mowing jobs.
The single pedal design allows the operator to easily change direction and speed (4WD: 20 km/h max. forward speed, 11 km/h in reverse), keeping hands free for more accurate steering and control.