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Kubota G21 Mower, Kubota Kubota G21 back by popular demand
Kubota has re-introduced the G21E into its extensive range of industry-leading ride-on mowers in response to growing demand from the groundcare industry.
After 4 years out of the Kubota line up, Hughie Willett Machinery is pleased to announce the return of the G21 low dump & G21 high dump direct collection mowers. The new model is now called the G21E. The new G21E is the same as the old G21 except it hasnâ€™t the electronic power steering, instead it has a new assisted steer system. The mower boasts Kubota's revolutionary 'Glide-Cut' system, a three blade, rear discharge cutting deck that both cuts and collects grass.
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Unlike other three blade systems that include a turbine powered side discharge, Kubota's unique Glide Cut channels clippings into an integrated rear grass collector without the use of a turbine. This greatly improves fuel efficiency and increases the operational hours between fuel stops.
Another key benefit of the Glide Cut system is it doesn't require a duct on either side of the cutting deck. For operators, this means enhanced manoeuvrability so tighter turns can be made in both directions. The generous grass collector also means longer working periods before clippings need to be disposed of.
Available in both high and low dump grass collector variations, the G21E features a generous 48" cutting width, ensuring only minimal gaps of uncut grass are left when cutting around trees. It also uses a hexagonal belt - rather than the traditional timing belt used by conventional mowers - for greater durability.