Originally Posted by djagusch
Pretty sure lt rich has a patent on the castor lock.
The best way to explain how this, it makes the ztr hold a hill great is the front wheels don't start going downhill while the rear tires are trying to steer it straight.
Regular ztr front wheels start going downhill any swings the front down. The rear tires can't keep it straight. The castor lock doesn't let it head down hill.
It takes time to trust/use the castor lock but after your comfortable using it. It holds hills great. In a demo you wouldn't have the trust in it. After 20hrs its easy.
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Don't try to explain to Larry, he knows Z's holds hills just as good as t's he as usual is trying to push your button and play dumb.