Cub Cadet Tank L60

The Cub Cadet Tank L60 zero turn lawn mower is a larger, more powerful model than it’s little brother, the Cub Cadet Tank L48 lawn mower. The mower deck on the L 60 tank is 60 inches wide. The deck is made from fabricated 10 gauge steel, but also has some 7 gauge steel sections for strength and rigidity. The deck is raised and lowered using a spring assisted, dual pedal system. This allows the operator to raise it by up to 4 inches, from a low of 1 inch above the ground to a high of up to 5 inches above the ground. The height adjustments are very small (0.25 inches) which mean that you should always be able to find a cutting height that suits you. The deck is floating but has a number of anti-scalping gauge wheels attached which means that it will follow the contours of ground you are traveling over to give a smooth, even finish to your lawn every time.

The Cub Cadet Tank L60 is quite large (and understandably expensive). This is why you’ll be glad that it comes with a roll bar (ROPS) as standard. This ROPS is foldable which makes for easier storage. The L 60 Tank also has an hourmeter as standard which allows you to accurately gauge when to next bring it for a servicing. The operators seat on the zero turn lawnmower has a suspension, armrests and high back to give you a comfortable ride everytime.

The Cub Cadet Tank L60 zero turn lawn mower uses a Kohler Command, gasoline twin cylinder engine to power it. This engine has a max power output of 27 hp. The engine is key started and uses a set of fuel tanks that can hold up to 32.2 liters (8.5 US gallons) of gasoline, making the Tank L 60 a commercially focused zero turn lawn mower.

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3 Reviews of the “Cub Cadet Tank L60”

  1. Latreese arnold says:

    I hate this mower can’t believe I spent 4 grand on it.

    Year of Manufacture: 0
    Pros: For me there are no pros to brag about.
    Cons: I can’t believe a commercial mower only has a 3 gallon gas tank. I can’t even mow my my entire yard without running out of gas. Fuel consumption is excessive. Roughest riding Ztr I’ve ever used. Traction on even very small slopes is terrible. My previous mower was. Dixon 60″ commercial mower. This cub cadet can’t hold a candle to it. I will be putting mine up for sale.

  2. Jeff Larson says:

    Absolute total nightmare. If you buy a piece of junk from a big box retailer you expect to get what you pay for. When you buy a “commercial” mower from a highly regarded (and deservedly so) Cub Cadet dealer you also expect to get what you pay for and not an unreliable piece of junk. Completely regret this purchase.

    Year of Manufacture: 2014
    Pros: Local dealer, Barris Supply, has been excellent. Superior service in every way and could not recommend them more.
    Cons: Worst piece of junk I have ever purchased. Has been back to the dealer 4 times with now only 10 hours on it. Backfires every time it is shut down and continues to get louder and worse (not to mention the “flame-thrower” effect. No power, smokes severely at start-up, goes through almost 5 gallons of fuel to cut 2 acres of level ground….barely, as it has to be stopped to let the engine “catch up” in grass less than 5″ high. Started breaking belts and tensioner eye hooks until dealer figured out (good for them – horrendous quality control Cub) that the main drive pulley needed spaced down to improve alignment.

  3. steve harvey says:

    GREAT!

    Year of Manufacture: 2010
    Pros: Good power, claen cut, sturdy construction. Very pleased with my purchase so far. I mow 3.5 acres in just about 1 hour, could go quicker if property was smoother. Just hit 17 hrs with no issues, just a great performer so far. No oil consumption at this point witch I found to be surprising during break in. Great Machine!
    Cons: None so far.
    Attachments: None
    Modifications: None

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