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RZ4222F
Overview
HUSQVARNA RZ4222F
 
For manoeuvrability, efficiency and convenience in a homeowner zero-turn mower package, the residential series really delivers. True zero-turn mower performance with twin, maintenance-free integrated transmissions, heavy-duty wide front casters and a rugged tube steel frame. Air Induction cutting decks with a reinforced deck trim allow side ejection, optional mulch and is collection capable. Convenient control placement, foam padded steering levers and an adjustable seat makes this unit easy and enjoyable to operate.
 
 
Zero-turn steering system
Individual, hydraulic wheel-drive provides very precise maneuvering and allows the mower to rotate around its own axis. The result is increased productivity.
 
 
 
Endurance V-Twin Engine
Powered by Briggs and Stratton, this engine features premium air filtration, chrome plated valves, super finished bearing surfaces, and an oversized cooling fan for extreme durability and superior performance.
 
 
Durable cutting deck
The heavy-duty fabricated cutting deck features twin sheets of 11 gauge steel for added support for spindles and increased overall strength.
 
 
Maintenance-Free Transmission
Worry free performance with maintenance free, integrated zero-turn transmissions.
 
 
Rugged frame and casters
The robust frame and casters ensure durability and reduced chassis flex.
 
 
Removable foot pan
Removable foot pan for easy access to deck belt pulleys, spindles and clean-up.
 
 
Collector accessory
Collect the grass clippings and get tidy cutting results. Collector available as accessory.
 
 
More Features:
 
 
Ready Start equipped
Adjustable tracking
Convenient control panel
Cast aluminum deck spindles
Feather light deck lift
Hour meter with service minder
Comfortable operation
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