The Cub Cadet GTX2100 ride on lawn mower is much bigger than the Cub Cadet GT2000 lawn mower but is quite similar to the Cub Cadet GTX2154LE lawn mower. It’s more powerful due to the fact that it has a larger motor, a 23 hp Command engine built by Kohler. This V twin cylinder engine powers both the wheels and the mower deck. It’s started by a 12 volt battery which is then recharged by a 25 amp alternator once the engine is up and running. Fortunately, using the GTX 2100 is relatively easy and straightforward. There is no need to constantly be changing gears due to a hydrostatic transmission which controls the speed of the machine with foot pedals.
The Cub Cadet GTX2100 cuts your grass using a choice of 2 different sized mower decks. Both have a triple blade system for more efficient cutting of your lawn than traditional one bladed mowing decks. The bigger mower deck has a cutting width of 54 inches, while the smaller mower deck has a cutting width of 48 inches. All of these statistics may make the GTX 2100 seem like a massive, hulk of a machine, but the fact is that with a minimum turning radius of just 0.46 m (18 inches) it is still very easy to operate, even in small gardens.
The Cub Cadet GTX2100 lawn mower is a very easy machine to operate for a number of reasons. The first is that it has the option of cruise control, making it quite straightforward to operate if you have to cut incredibly large, open areas of grass. Another reason is that it uses EPS (electronic power steering) so that the operator doesn’t have to constantly wrestle with the controls to stay on course. It also has an indicator light to alert you when you need to change the oil. Probably the best device on the GTX 2100 lawn mower is the hour meter so that you can accurately gauge when the lawnmower next needs to be serviced.
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