A zero-turn lawn mower is a riding mower that has a zero-turn radius--meaning it spins as opposed to turning like a standard vehicle with front-wheel turning. Basically, these things can turn on a dime. Instead of a steering wheel, most models have levers to control speed to each drive wheel, using a hydraulic-based system. They are considered faster and more efficient than standard riding lawn mowers. Because of this unique feature, they can be more expensive.
 For sale is a 2006 Kubota M8540 Tractor, 4WD, Kubota LA1353 Front Loader w/ Skid Steer mount bucket and 3rd function hydraulics, 8 Speed Shuttle Shift Transmission, 3 Rear Remotes, 85HP Kubota Diesel PRE EMISSIONS Engine, 5,246 Hours.  Cranks right up and runs strong, lifts strong, Brakes are good.  Has dents/dings/scratches and cosmetic imperfections but runs good!  Has a lot of options and size for the price range!!.
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