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Cub Cadet Z Force S

The adjustable steering wheel and seat provide great comfort so getting superior results is a pleasure.

Putting The Operator in Control

Because of the control delivered by Synchro Steer, the Z Force S can handle diverse terrain and weather conditions.

"This is the difference between choosing a rear-wheel vs. an all-wheel drive car," said Copley. "They can both be high performance, but in steep, challenging terrain and slippery or wet conditions the Z Force S with all wheel directional steering is by far superior."

Cub Cadet's ground-breaking Z Force S delivers exclusive benefits:

  • Ergonomics -- The Z Force S was designed with user comfort, stability and control in mind. The adjustable steering wheel and seat provide great comfort so getting superior results is a pleasure.

  • Heavy-Duty Professional Grade Cutting Deck -- The heavy-gauge, welded steel cutting deck has been engineered to provide unsurpassed quality of cut with three overlapping blades that provide superior airflow to ensure that even the tallest, thickest, wettest grass is cut with ease.

  • Increased Performance -- Its rear mounted engine and unique all wheel directional steering gives users increased stability and maneuverability on slopes and hillsides. With a lower center of gravity, the Z Force S can easily navigate even the most challenging terrains with stability, security and ease.

The Z Force S includes two models offering deck sizes of 48 and 60 inches. They will be available at independent dealers, The Home Depot and Tractor Supply Company for the 2010 season. The suggested retail prices range from $3,999 to $4,999. For more information about Cub Cadet and its line of premium lawn care products visit Cub Cadet

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