Encore's New X-treme..48", 52", & 60"

Discussion in 'Encore Equipment' started by Encore Mfg., Apr 25, 2006.

  1. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    Here is an ad sheet showing the NEW complete line of X-TREME's....48", 52", & 60" Riders!

    For more information on these mowers and others, go to www.seriousred.com! Register to receive a full-line catalog or locate the nearest dealer for a demonstration!!!!

    You owe it to yourself to check these units out before you buy another mower because these are 'Serious Red Mowing Machines'!

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  2. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    April 1st, Encore announced that the NEW Roll Over Protection System for all X-TREME riders was now availalbe as an option.

    The ROPS which fits the 48", 52", and 60" models is a foldable and versatile unit that easily fits into trailers and under obstacles while providing the operator with added safety. It comes standard with the traditional lap seat belt.

    For more information on ENCORE Equipment, go to www.seriousred.com! Register to receive a full-line catalog or locate the nearest dealer for a demonstration!!!!

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  3. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    FEATURES:
    • 3-bag, 11 bushel – 52” & 60” sizes
    • All steel impeller with steel reinforced blower housing
    • High performance
    • No extra engine required
    • Counter flow design breaks up incoming material
    • Easy to handle drop-in frames
    • Reinforced heavy-duty bottom pans with handles
    • Quick release blower mounting system
    • Mesh fabric bags for better air flow

    For more information on these mowers and others, go to www.seriousred.com! Don't forget to register to receive a full-line catalog or locate the nearest dealer to you!!!!

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  4. lazer9284

    lazer9284 LawnSite Member
    from florida
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    IS that the exmark factory in the backround of the first picture?
     
  5. whiteslawnservices

    whiteslawnservices LawnSite Member
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    That Mower Looks Like A Exmark Or Toro They Dont Do Good At All On A Hill Because Of Your Center Of Gravity The Seat Sits Too High
     
  6. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    Just curious as to where you demo'd one of these and the size of the mower that you demo'd....I would like to follow up with the dealer to maybe go over these issues and set-up another demo for you because I think you might be refering to another older, non-X-TREME mower........!
     
  7. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    Wrong direction!
     
  8. PGA

    PGA LawnSite Senior Member
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    I demoed one last year and I love it.


    Id buy one but its pretty much overkill on 75% of my yards.
     
  9. Travis Followell

    Travis Followell LawnSite Silver Member
    from KY
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    You could get a 48". If thats overkill you must be mowing some small yards. :)

    Doug, I see on your website that their is a briggs engine available on the X-treme. Is it a commercial grade Vanguard or a residential grade Intek or ELS?

    Also I read where the hydro system only has a 3 quart oil capacity so does it have an oil cooler or fans on the hydro pumps? If not then I would be concerned about that oil heating up on a hot summer day of continuous use. Also is the oil synthetic?

    Sorry for all the questions.
     
  10. Encore Mfg.

    Encore Mfg. LawnSite Member
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    Questions....that's what I am hear for!!

    The Briggs engine is a twin ELS.....It has been a good engine for us. It does have a 1 year Commercial Warranty and it does cost less than the alternative Kawasaki......We ideally selected that engine for these reasons and to attract the larger home owner lawns.....

    The hydraulic oil is synthetic and we don't need a larger reservoir for cooling. Every lawnmower application that we offer must first be approved by the pump and wheel motor manufacturer

    Thanks!
     

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