Lawn Tractor and Zero Turn Mower eye candy
Waterloo Boy, where it all started. Deere bought the company and sold the tractor, but immediately began to design their own tractor based on this. When the D was introduced, obviously it looked nothing like this. The same engine was used, although Deere rotated it 180 degrees so the combustion chambers faced the front of the tractor rather than the farmer. I believe the same transmission and final drives were used as well.
The Ikon XL has a single steel frame with joints that are welded rather than bolted, increasing both the mower's stability and durability, according to the manufacturer.Photo: AriensAlthough its snow-removal equipment includes a line of commercial products, most of Ariens' mowers target retail consumers. But, at last week's GIE EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky, the company introduced the Ikon XL – an upgrade of its Ikon X zero-turn-radius mower – c... http://www.totallandscapecare.com/ariens-gie/