John Deere 2500E E-Cut™ Hybrid Diesel

Feature Overview
John Deere 2500E E-Cut™ Hybrid Diesel
  • A proven design that drives the cutting unit with electric reel motors
  • 102 potential leak points eliminated in the reel circuit
  • Reduced sound levels and fuel consumption @ 2250 RPM
  • Greatly reduce triplex ring with exclusive offset cutting units
Reel power source Alternator, 48 V / 100 amp
Mower size Quick Adjust QA5 floating: 55.9 cm / 22 in.
Feature Overview
John Deere 2500E E-Cut™ Hybrid Diesel
  • A proven design that drives the cutting unit with electric reel motors
  • 102 potential leak points eliminated in the reel circuit
  • Reduced sound levels and fuel consumption @ 2250 RPM
  • Greatly reduce triplex ring with exclusive offset cutting units
Reel power source Alternator, 48 V / 100 amp
Mower size Quick Adjust QA5 floating: 55.9 cm / 22 in.
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Features

Electric reel drive system eliminates 102 hydraulic leak points, minimizing leak opportunities

Ninety percent of all hydraulic leaks occur in the reel hydraulic circuit, mainly due to the necessity of having flexible hoses extending from the front of the machine for the front reels. These hoses see a lot of flexing during the mowing day as cutting units are raised and lowered. Cutting units also steer and float to follow undulations, increasing fatigue for the reel motor hoses.

The 2500E E-Cut© Hybrid Riding Greens Mower has eliminated 102 potential leak points by removing all hydraulics from the cutting unit drive circuit.

This has eliminated the following hydraulic components:

  • Reel drive section of hydraulic triple pump
  • Hydraulic reel motors
  • Backlapping valve
  • Hydraulic oil cooler
  • Flexible hoses
  • Fittings
  • Hard lines

Fewer hydraulic components leads to fewer leaks, increasing confidence that the finely manicured turf will not be damaged by hot hydraulic oil spilled onto a playing surface before an important tournament. 


Throttle notch Throttle notch

The 2500E E-Cut Hybrid Riding Greens Mower is unique because electrical power is used to minimize hydraulic leak opportunities in the reel circuit, but an engine is utilized to ensure optimal performance throughout the day. This presents an opportunity to further enhance machine performance through reduced sound levels and improved fuel savings by running the machine at less-than-full throttle. Scalping and verticutting operations should always be done with the engine at its fullest throttle level.

 

The 2500E E-Cut Hybrid Riding Greens Mower can be effectively run in mow at an engine rpm reduced to 2250 rpm. At this operating rpm, the operator may experience up to a 6-dB(A) reduction in sound on diesel machines and 4 dB(A) on gas machines, compared to operating at full throttle. Keep in mind that decibel-amp is measured on a logarithmic curve, so even a 1-dB(A) sound reduction is substantial.

 

Actual measured sound levels are as follows:

 

 

 Full engine rpm  2500E Gas  2500E Diesel
 With Greens Tender© conditioner (GTC) and power brush  80 dB(A)  84 dB(A)
 Without GTC and power brush  80 dB(A)  84 dB(A)

 

 

 2250 engine rpm  2500E Gas  2500E Diesel
 With GTC and power brush  76 dB(A)  78 dB(A)
 Without GTC and power brush  76 dB(A)  78 dB(A)

 

In addition to the reduced sound levels, you may also experience fuel savings as well. Current studies have shown that, depending on conditions and usage, fuel savings can be as high as 30 percent when running the machine at 2250 rpm as opposed to running at full throttle.

 

To help operators gauge the 2250-rpm level, a throttle notch has been incorporated into the slot for the throttle lever. To approximate 2250 rpm, the bottom edge of the throttle lever should line up with the notch in the throttle lever slot. This will not equate to exactly 2250 rpm, but will get operators close to this level, allowing them to effectively reduce sound levels and decrease fuel consumption during operation.


Reel motors Reel motors

The electric reel motors on the 2500E E-Cut© Hybrid Riding Greens Mowers are brushless, allowing them to be compact in size, roughly equal to that of today's hydraulic reel motors. The brushless motors are very efficient, leading to years of optimal performance with very minimal maintenance, and sealed for protection from the elements.

 

The motors are bidirectional and variable speed, meaning they can spin forward or reverse and at a range of rotational speeds. The motors spin forward for mowing and scalping operations and backward for verticutting and backlapping operations.

 

A simple switch on the reel switch box controls the direction of rotation, and a rotary dial on the switch box controls the speed of rotation.

 

A poly chain belt connects the motor shaft to the reel and rotates the reel when the cutting units are engaged. The internal components of the motor are epoxy sealed for long life, durability, and protection from the elements.

 

Cutting units are easily removed from the cutting unit motors by loosening the two bolts securing the motor to the cutting unit, turning the motor approximately one-quarter turn, and pulling the motor from the cutting unit. This can be done in a matter of seconds. A tether prevents damage to the wiring harness when the motor is removed.


48-V alternator 48-V alternator

The reel circuit is powered by a 48-V, 100-amp alternator belt-driven by the engine. The alternator supplies constant power to the reel circuit and only generates the 48 V when the mow system is engaged.

 

Due to this design, no additional batteries are required to drive the reel motors on the 2500E E-Cut© Hybrid Riding Greens Mower. With traditional electrical mowing systems, the frequency of clip would change as the batteries drained while mowing.

 

A battery pack begins to lose its power immediately when used. But not on the 2500E. Since the 2500E still uses an engine to drive an alternator, the frequency of clip on the first green and the last green are exactly the same, yielding unparalleled quality of cut from start to finish.

 

Plus, you don't have to plug the machine in to charge the batteries once your day of mowing is done. The only limitation on run time with the 2500E is making sure the operator starts the day with a full fuel tank, just like any other gas- or diesel-powered machine on the market today.

 

The alternator only supplies power to the reel circuit. The remainder of the circuits are powered by the same 12-V battery used on the 2500B PrecisionCut© Riding Greens Mower.


Diesel engine Diesel engine

The 2500B PrecisionCut© and 2500E E-Cut© Hybrid Riding Greens Mowers use a 19.6 hp* (14.6 kW) gross (per SAE J1995 at 3000 rpm) liquid-cooled diesel engine for smooth, efficient, and quiet operation.

 

With the 3-cylinder diesel engine and a large 7.9-U.S. gal. (29.9-L) fuel tank, the 2500B and 2500E give the operator power and fuel for a productive day of mowing.

 

*Engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information.


Rear attaching yokeRear attaching yoke
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Low weight and compaction of a riding greens mower with the mowing system of a fairway mower equals great quality of cut in fairways and surrounds.

 

Many golf courses want to mow their fairways and other areas with riding greens mowers as a way to decrease compaction of the turf. However, the front-attaching-point yoke system used for greens is not the ideal solution for other areas due to the mowing speed, and the terrain is not as smooth as a green.

The 22-in. (55.88-cm) cutting unit rear-attaching-point yoke kit attaches to the rear cutting unit to help keep the rear roller on the ground consistently in undulating terrain. This also substantially improves cut quality by maintaining a consistent height of cut in virtually any condition. Rather than pushing the cutting unit through the turf, the yoke system pulls the cutting unit through the turf keeping the back end of the cutting unit engaged with the turf.


14-blade reel 14-blade reel
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Using the 14-blade reel on greens mowers will lower the frequency of clip and also provide a clean, smooth cut. It can increase the playability of the putting surface and greens speed.

 

Frequency of clip (FOC) is defined as the distance traveled between consecutive cuts. In other words, it is how far the machine moves from the time one blade passes across the bedknife until the next blade passes. The lower the frequency of clip, the less distance that is traveled until the next blade passes.

 

There is a point of diminishing returns when it comes to frequency of clip. The less distance the mower travels between consecutive cuts, the more times the same grass blade is going to be impacted by the reel. Too low a frequency of clip can cause bruising of the turf - especially in the overlap from pass to pass.

 

Frequency of clip is often used as a measurement of cut quality, however there are other key factors that attribute to gaining good quality of cut. The factors that lead to good cut quality are:

  • Geometry of the cutting unit
  • Sharpness of reels and bedknife
  • Proper cutting-unit setup (parallel and bedknife-to-reel clearance)
  • Height of cut (HOC) (effective versus bench HOC)
  • Bedknife selection
  • Roller selection for the turf conditions
  • Turf conditions

The geometry of John Deere cutting units makes the optimum range for frequency of clip between 0.160 in. (4.064 mm) and 0.190 in. (4.824 mm) for walk greens mowers. This is where the technology of the PrecisionCut© walk greens mowers excels and provides a superior cut and after-cut appearance.

 

Machines

14-blade reel part number

Minimum FOC
in. (mm)

Minimum FOC with AMT2865*
in. (mm)

180SL PrecisionCut Walk Greens Mower

TCA23624

0.141 (3.58)

0.123 (3.12)

220SL PrecisionCut Walk Greens Mower

TCA23623

0.141 (3.58)

0.123 (3.12)

*Frequency speed-up kit


The optional direct mount front grass catchers provide the choice of systems to meet the needs on your golf course.

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The grass catcher is mounted directly to the front cutting unit using a similar design as the SL Walk Greens Mowers.

This provides quick access for the removal and installation of the grass catcher as well as superior ground following and collection due to position of the catcher to the cutting unit.

It is recommended that catchers be emptied after each green during normal and heavy growth times to reduce weight on the cutting unit.

The direct mount grass catchers will fit model year 2009 to current 2500B and 2500E E-Cut Riding Greens Mowers with Quick-Adjust 5 (QA5) cutting units.

Rear grass catcher (1) and bail system (2) Rear grass catcher (1) and bail system (2)

The rear grass-catcher mounting system simplifies removal and installation of the rear grass catcher and reduces effort.

Rear grass catcher Rear grass catcher

The grass catcher can be easily removed without spilling the clippings by rotating the grass catcher back toward the front of the machine until the front grass catcher lip is above the cutting unit side plate. Then, simply pull it out to the side. This can be accomplished with the cutting unit in the raised or lowered position.

Adjustable top shield Adjustable top shield

Adjustable cutting-unit top shields also ensure that grass is thrown into the back of the catcher, even as the reel diameter decreases due to wear. The catchers are shaped and vented to allow the air from the reel to escape while retaining the clippings.

Top-shield extension for dry conditions Top-shield extension for dry conditions

Extensions for the cutting-unit top shields are for use in dry conditions to maximize the flow of dry clippings into the grass catcher. If mowing predominantly in wet-turf conditions, remove the cutting unit shield extensions to reduce buildup and accumulation of clippings on the front of the grass catcher.


Most golf courses want to mow the greens and collect the grass for a premium cut and even and smooth appearance. The most challenging concern with catching grass with a greens mower is that as the grass catcher fills with material, its weight is transferred to the cutting unit. This problem is multiplied with a riding greens mower because there are three cutting units and grass catchers collecting different amounts of grass, meaning different weights are applied to the three cutting units.

 

If the weight cannot be removed from the grass catchers, the different weights can cause different heights of cut with each cutting unit, leaving poor playing conditions and after-cut appearance. This is especially noticeable through undulations of a green and on the clean-up pass. The grass catchers on the riding greens mowers have been designed for optimum catching efficiency while maintaining a consistent, effective height of cut.

Grass catcher clip (1) and lift arm bracket (2) Grass catcher clip (1) and lift arm bracket (2)

The exclusive John Deere grass catcher transfers approximately two-thirds of the weight to the vehicle's lift arm. This helps maintain a more-consistent cutting height to ensure a uniform cut across all three cutting units.

 

The front grass catchers can be removed and installed with one hand because of an innovative clip system. The clip secures the catcher to an adjustable bracket on the lift arm, transferring weight from the catcher to the lift arm as clippings accumulate in the catcher.

Rear grass catcher (1) and bail system (2) Rear grass catcher (1) and bail system (2)

The rear grass-catcher mounting system simplifies removal and installation of the rear grass catcher and reduces effort.

 

The retaining-bail system for the rear grass catcher also uses the exclusive John Deere design to transfer the weight of the grass catcher to the lift arm.

Rear grass catcher Rear grass catcher

The grass catcher can be easily removed, without spilling the clippings, by rotating the grass catcher back toward the front of the machine until the front grass catcher lip is above the cutting unit side plate. Then, simply pull it out to the side. This can be accomplished with the cutting unit in the raised or lowered position.

Grass catcher channel Grass catcher channel

A channel in the cutting unit side frames guides the grass catcher onto the cutting unit. The channel in the castings ensures the grass-catcher lip maintains its relationship with the cutting unit when following undulations, providing for better grass-catching efficiency.

Adjustable top shield Adjustable top shield

Adjustable cutting-unit top shields also ensure that grass is thrown into the back of the catcher, even as the reel diameter decreases due to wear. The catchers are shaped and vented to allow the air from the reel to escape while retaining the clippings.

Top-shield extension for dry conditions Top-shield extension for dry conditions

Extensions for the cutting-unit top shields are for use in dry conditions to maximize the flow of dry clippings into the grass catcher. If mowing predominantly in wet-turf conditions, remove the cutting unit shield extensions to reduce buildup and accumulation of clippings on the front of the grass catcher.


Grooved disc roller Grooved disc roller

The grooved disc roller can be used with 55.9-cm (22-in.) QA5 cutting units, in combination with the GTC and FTC, to provide additional roller options for fairway, tees, and approach areas.

 

The increased diameter improves the durability over smaller rollers, and it features hardened discs for improved wear which retains spring tension for reduced maintenance, making it an ideal roller for fairway, tee, and approach mowing.


Rear attaching yoke Rear attaching yoke

Low weight and compaction of a riding greens mower with the mowing system of a fairway mower equals great quality of cut in fairways and surrounds.

 

Many golf courses want to mow their fairways and other areas with riding greens mowers as a way to decrease compaction of the turf. However, the front-attaching-point yoke system used for greens is not the ideal solution for other areas due to the mowing speed, and the terrain is not as smooth as a green.

The 55.9-cm (22-in.) cutting unit rear-attaching-point yoke kit attaches to the rear cutting unit to help keep the rear roller on the ground consistently in undulating terrain. This also substantially improves cut quality by maintaining a consistent height of cut in virtually any condition. Rather than pushing the cutting unit through the turf, the yoke system pulls the cutting unit through the turf keeping the back end of the cutting unit engaged with the turf.


Specs
Key specs
Reel power source Alternator, 48 V
100 amp
Mower size Quick Adjust QA5 floating: 55.9 cm
22 in.
Certification
Number ANSI B71.4-2004
ROPS 2-Post SAE J21294 Roll Over Protection Structure with Seat Belts meets pending ISO 21299 standards
Engine Engine meets EPA Tier 2, Interim Tier 4
Electrical and Safety System
Diagnostics On-board diagnostics with White Box Controller and (SOS) Sit on Seat Diagnostics
Safety interlocks Operator presence switch (in seat), backlap switch, mow/transport switch, park brake set switch
Electrical System
Charging system Flywheel, alternator
Alternator capacity 20 amp
Battery type BCI group 40 maintenance-free - 12 V
Starter Electric (solenoid shift)
Engine
Number of cylinders 3-cylinder
Displacement 993 cc
60.6 cu in.
Type Liquid-cooled diesel
Engine horsepower Per SAE J1995 @ 3000 rpm: 14.6 kW
19.6 hp
*Engine hp is provided by engine mfr. for comparison purposes only. Actual operating hp will be less.
Air cleaner Semi-cyclone, dry-type, dual-stage
Cooling Liquid
Oil filter Full-flow filter
Engine oil capacity 2.2 L
2.3 U.S. qt
Pressurized lubrication system Standard
Instrumentation
Engine oil pressure LED Warning light
Alternator LED Warning Light
Hydraulic oil temperature LED Warning Light
Engine coolant temperature LED Warning Light
Hourmeter Digital
Mower
Clip frequency For 14 blade: 0.53 mm/km/h
0.034 in./mph
with 11-blade reel: 0.67 mm/km/h
0.043 in./mph
with 7-blade reel: 1.06 mm/km/h
0.067 in./mph
Reel diameter 12.7 cm
5 in.
Height-of-cut 2-36 mm
0.078-1.42 in.
with front roller: 51 mm
2 in.
or 4-46 mm
0.16-1.80 in.
with front roller: 76.2 mm
3 in.
Size Quick Adjust QA5 floating: 55.9 cm
22 in.
Backlapping Standard on machine, variable adjustment capability
Front rollers Optional smooth, machine grooved, or spiral: 5.1 cm
2 in.
Bedknife adjustment Bedknife-to-reel
Number of blades Choice of 7, 11, or 14
Mower lift (1) Hydraulic cylinder for front two units, (1) hydraulic cylinder for center unit
Operator Controls
Reel drive Right hand
Steering Hydraulic, adjustable column
Reel lift Right hand (optional foot controls)
Throttle Right hand
Park brake Right foot
Glow plug switch and indicator light Automatic, on instrument panel
Hydrostatic speed Forward
Right foot
Reverse
Right foot
Ignition Key start and shutoff
Sound Levels at Operator Ear
Full engine rpm

84 dBA
Reduced engine rpm (2250)

78 dBA
Vehicle Specifications
Mowing speed Adjustable mow stop: 0-7.1 km/h
0-4.4 mph
Wheels and tires Front
18x10.5-10, 2-ply smooth; 20x10-10, 2-ply or 4-ply smooth; or 20x10-10, 2-ply turf tread
Rear
18x10.5-10, 2-ply smooth; 20x10-10, 2-ply or 4-ply smooth; or 20x10-10, 2-ply turf tread
Brakes Type
Dual: 15.2 cm
6 in.
Single pedal, 2-wheel disc brakes
Transport speed 0-12.9 km/h
0-8.0 mph
Reverse speed 0-4.8 km/h
0-3 mph
Ground clearance with catcher 10.2 cm
4 in.
Fuel tank capacity 29.5 L
7.8 U.S. gal.
Muffler Horizontal discharge below frame
Hydrostatic capacity (total) 28.8 L
7.6 U.S. gal.
Hydrostatic reservoir capacity (only) 20.4 L
5.4 U.S. gal.
Ground drive, reel drive Traction drive
Hydrostatic, 2-pedal control
Reel drive
Electric
Reel power source
Alternator, 48 V
100 amp
Reel control
Voltage regulated
Hydraulic filtration 10 micron
Weights and Dimensions
Mowing position width 157.5 cm
62 in.
Wheelbase 129.5 cm
51 in.
Tread width 101.5 cm
40 in.
Turning radius uncut circle 45.7 cm
18 in.
Weight (full fluids, no operator or fuel) 637.3 kg
1405 lb
Accessories and Attachments
Bedknives

Bedknife, 2.0 mm Ultra Low Cut Hardened Tool Steel, Less Aggressive - TCU36165


BedknivesBedknives

Choice of four bedknives to meet the need for quality cuts to as low as 5/64 in. (2 mm).


For the 3225C and the 3235C equipped with seven-blade standard cutting units, ET17533 will be shipped as the standard 22-in. bedknife.

 

For the 3225C and 3235C equipped with ESP™ cutting units, ET17751 (minimum height of cut is 12 mm) will be shipped as the standard bedknife for the five-blade and eight-blade cutting units. The 10-blade cutting unit will be shipped with MT1928 (minimum height of cut is 9.5 mm) low-cut fairway bedknife.

 

Following are all the bedknife options available for lightweight fairway mower cutting units:


For the 3225C and the 3235C equipped with seven-blade standard cutting units, ET17533 will be shipped as the standard 22-in. bedknife.

 

For the 3225C and 3235C equipped with ESP™ cutting units, ET17751 (minimum height of cut is 12 mm) will be shipped as the standard bedknife for the five-blade and eight-blade cutting units. The 10-blade cutting unit will be shipped with MT1928 (minimum height of cut is 9.5 mm) low-cut fairway bedknife.

 

Following are all the bedknife options available for lightweight fairway mower cutting units:


For the 3225C and the 3235C equipped with seven-blade standard cutting units, ET17533 will be shipped as the standard 22-in. bedknife.

 

For the 3225C and 3235C equipped with ESP™ cutting units, ET17751 (minimum height of cut is 12 mm) will be shipped as the standard bedknife for the five-blade and eight-blade cutting units. The 10-blade cutting unit will be shipped with MT1928 (minimum height of cut is 9.5 mm) low-cut fairway bedknife.

 

Following are all the bedknife options available for lightweight fairway mower cutting units:


For the 3225C and the 3235C equipped with seven-blade standard cutting units, ET17533 will be shipped as the standard 22-in. bedknife.

 

For the 3225C and 3235C equipped with ESP™ cutting units, ET17751 (minimum height of cut is 12 mm) will be shipped as the standard bedknife for the five-blade and eight-blade cutting units. The 10-blade cutting unit will be shipped with MT1928 (minimum height of cut is 9.5 mm) low-cut fairway bedknife.

 

Following are all the bedknife options available for lightweight fairway mower cutting units:


For the 3225C and the 3235C equipped with seven-blade standard cutting units, ET17533 will be shipped as the standard 22-in. bedknife.

 

For the 3225C and 3235C equipped with ESP™ cutting units, ET17751 (minimum height of cut is 12 mm) will be shipped as the standard bedknife for the five-blade and eight-blade cutting units. The 10-blade cutting unit will be shipped with MT1928 (minimum height of cut is 9.5 mm) low-cut fairway bedknife.

 

Following are all the bedknife options available for lightweight fairway mower cutting units:


Drive System

Third Wheel Assist Kit (GRIP All-Wheel Drive Traction System) - BTC11007


Third Wheel Assist Kit (GRIP All-Wheel Drive Traction System) - BUC10272


Third Wheel Assist Kit (Parallel Circuit) - BUC10269


For increased traction in adverse, wet, or sloped mowing areas.

 

Third-wheel assist is automatically engaged when the PTO switch is pulled to the on position to engage the mow circuit. This also automatically reduces forward speed to 4 mph (6.4 km/h).


Fairway Tender Conditioner

(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Fairway Tender Conditioner Shaft and Blades for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10779


(1) FTC / GTC / Rotary Brush Upgrade Kit - BUC10283


(1) Greens Tender Conditioner (GTC), Fairway Tender Conditioner (FTC), Rotary Brush Gear Drive for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10760


Front Turf Brushes

(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Front Rotary Brush for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10773


(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Front Rotary Dense Turf (DT) Brush for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10775


Grass Catchers

(1) 558.8 mm (22-in.) Rear Grass Catcher with Handles - BTC10408


(1) 558.8 mm (22-in.) Weight Transfer Grass Catcher with Large Paddle Clip (Low Profile) for QA5 and QA7 Cutting Units - BTC10718


Grass Catcher Lip Extension for QA5 Cutting Units - BM23910


Weight Transfer Grass Catcher Side Plate Insert - BM24199


55.9 cm (22-in.) Direct Mount Front Grass Catcher for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10726


Direct Mount Front Grass Catcher Brackets for QA5 Cutting Units - BM24900


Rear Grass Catcher Bail Kit - BTC10407


Weight Transfer Grass Catcher Mounting Kit - BTC10914


Lighting
Light kitLight kit

Includes one halogen beam working light for early-morning or late-evening operation.


Miscellaneous

Cutting Unit Top Shield Extension (Set of 3) - BM23080


Dew Whip with end support bracket - BTC10686


Greens mower convenience kitGreens mower convenience kit

Includes storage area pad and elastic storage retainer.


Height of Cut Gauge Bar - AMT2978


Hydraulic Leak Detector Kit - BUC10429


Rear Roller Power Brushes

(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Rear Roller Power Brush for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10834


(1) Rear Roller Power Brush Drive for QA5 Cutting Units - BTC10767


(1) Rear Roller Power Brush Upgrade Kit - BUC10268


Reel Cutting Unit Attaching Yokes And Grass Catchers

Cutting Unit Rear Attaching Point Yoke Kit for FAIRWAYS - BUC10484


Cutting Unit Yokes Kit for MY 1998 through 2008 2500 Riding Greens Mowers - TCB11356


Cutting Unit Yokes Kit for MY 2009 to Current 2500 Riding Greens Mowers or QA5 Cutting Units - BUC10223


Direct Mount Cutting Unit Yokes Kit for MY 2009 - Current Riding Greens Mowers or QA5 Cutting Units - BUC10224


Reel Cutting Unit Counter Weights

(1) Cutting Unit ONLY Counter Weight Kit - BM22762


(1) Fairway Tender Conditioner (FTC), Greens Tender Conditioner (GTC), or Rotary Brush ONLY Counter Weight Kit - BM22704


(1) QA5 Rear Roller Power Brush Only Counter Weight Kit - BM22705


Reel Cutting Units

(1) Quick-Adjust 5 (QA5) 11-Blade 558.8-mm (22-in.) Cutting Unit with 2.0-mm Bedknife - BM25128


(1) Quick-Adjust 5 (QA5) 7-Blade 558.8-mm (22-in.) Heavy Section Cutting Unit with 4.8-mm Bedknife - BM25127


Roller Scrapers

(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Front Roller Scraper (Solid) for QA5 Cutting Unit with 50.8 mm (2-in.) Smooth Front Roller - BUC10113


(1) 55.9 cm (22-in.) Rear Roller Scraper (Solid) for QA5 or QA7 Cutting Unit with 50.8 mm (2-in.) Smooth Rear Roller - BUC10112


(1) 558.8-mm (22-in.) Smooth Roller Scraper for QA5 Cutting Units - BM22995


(1) 558.8-mm (22-in.) x 50.8-mm (2-in.) Machine Grooved Roller Scraper for QA5 Cutting Units - TCA19547


(1) 558.8-mm (22-in.) x 76.2-mm (3-in.) Grooved Roller Scraper for QA5 and QA7 Cutting Units - BM23002


Rollers

(1) 558.8 (22-in.) x 63.5 mm (2.5-in.) Diameter Heavy Duty Grooved Disc Roller - BM26408


(1) 558.8-mm (22 in.) x 7.6 cm (3 in.) Diameter Heavy-Duty Grooved Disc Roller - BM25317


(1) 558.8-mm (22-in.) x 50.8 mm (2-in.) MT Spiral Roller - BM23566


Grooved front rollersGrooved front rollers

Grooved front rollers maintain height of cut while allowing superintendent to experience a better quality of cut versus a smooth roller.


Machine-grooved front rollerMachine-grooved front roller

(1) 558.8-mm (22-in.) x 50.8-mm (2-in.) MT Grooved Roller - BTC10267


Spiral-grooved front rollerSpiral-grooved front roller
Spiral-grooved front roller with spiral endcapsSpiral-grooved front roller with spiral endcaps

The 3-in.-diameter spiral-grooved roller with spiral endcaps allows more grass to stand up along the entire width of the cutting unit, providing a better quality of cut. This roller is also self-cleaning, reduces material buildup on the ends, and improves the overall appearance of the finished cut.

These rollers should be used with seven-blade heavy-section cutting units for mowing tees, collars, approaches, or fairways.

The height-of-cut range with these rollers is 5/8 in. to 1-1/4 in. (16 mm to 32 mm). Using the 3-in. (7.6-cm) diameter spiral-grooved rollers with spiral endcaps for a height of cut greater than 3/4 in. (19 mm) requires changing the height-of-cut bolt on the rear adjusters to M10 x 70.

NOTE: These rollers should not be used for greens mowing.


Front rollersFront rollers

Choice of two front rollers for cutting-height adjustment:

  • Machined grooved
  • Machined smooth

 

Both machined front rollers have an extremely consistent round surface, which enables very precise adjustments at low heights of cut.


Front rollersFront rollers

Choice of two front rollers for cutting-height adjustment:

  • Machined grooved
  • Machined smooth

 

Both machined front rollers have an extremely consistent round surface, which enables very precise adjustments at low heights of cut.


Wide tube/hollow smooth front rollerWide tube/hollow smooth front roller

Seat

Arm Rest Kit (Includes One Arm Rest and Hardware) - AMT2477


Seat, Deluxe Suspension with Armrests - BTC10758


Seat, Standard - BTC10757


Vertical Cutting Units
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Wheels And Tires

Tires and Wheels (18x10.50-10), (3) Smooth 2-ply Rated - BM19750


Tires and Wheels (18x10.50-10), (3) Smooth 4-ply Rated - BUC10575


Tires and Wheels (20x10.00-10), (3) Ballon Rounded Edge Smooth 4 Ply-Rated - BUC10621


Tires and Wheels (20x10.00-10), (3) Smooth 2-ply Rated - BM19748


Tires and Wheels (20x10.00-10), (3) Smooth 4 Ply-Rated - BUC10620


Tires and Wheels (20x10.00-10), (3) Turf Guard Traction - BM19749


*Manufacturer's suggested price. MSRP may be different in California. Taxes, freight, setup, and delivery not included. Optional accessories and attachments not included. Equipment, models and prices may vary by dealer. Product options and accessories may not be available in all regions. The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. Offers valid in the United States. Prices in U.S. dollars.
Belle Glade

2017 Northwest 16th Street
Belle Glade, FL 33430
561-996-6531

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Boynton Beach

1335 Neptune Dr
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
561-732-8905

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Brooksville

22255 Cortez Blvd
Brooksville, FL 34601
352-573-2720

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Fort Myers

9501 FL-82
Fort Myers, FL 33905
239-332-5045

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Fort Pierce

6150 Orange Ave
Fort Pierce, FL 34947
772-461-5568

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Immokalee

775 E Main St
Immokalee, FL 34142
239-657-4413

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Largo

6785 114th Ave
Largo, FL 33773
727-828-8200

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Leesburg

1800 US-441
Leesburg, FL 34748
352-315-1016

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Loxahatchee

13295 Southern Blvd
Loxahatchee, FL 33470
561-784-4000

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Naples

1945 Pine Ridge Rd
Naples, FL 34109
239-260-8800

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North Port

2825 Commerce Parkway
North Port, FL 34289
941-924-9709

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Odessa

2240 Success Dr
Odessa, FL 33556
727-842-8618

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Okeechobee

820 US-98
Okeechobee, FL 34972
863-763-1921

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Orlando

12049 S Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32837
407-240-1023

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Palmetto

906 US-301
Palmetto, FL 34221
941-722-3281

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Plant City

2805 West, FL-60
Plant City, FL 33567
813-737-1660

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St Cloud

117 13th St
St Cloud, FL 34769
321-209-4888

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