Exmark Ultracut Series 4 vs. Series 6

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by cbagley, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. cbagley

    cbagley LawnSite Member
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    Does anybody out there know the difference between these two decks. I see exmark is offering both in the new Next Z line and I haven't been able to find any pics of the decks to see what the differences are.
  2. lutzeier

    lutzeier LawnSite Member
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    The 4 series has the standard Ultra cut spindles, the 6 series has the larger and heavier duty Triton spindles, other than that they're the same. Baffles, depth, gauge, thickness, design, etc are the same.
  3. timber132007

    timber132007 LawnSite Member
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    I think the only difference between the two is the spindles. The Series 6 has the Triton spindles that are virtually bulletproof and the Series 4 does not.
  4. cbagley

    cbagley LawnSite Member
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    Exmark describes the series 6 as a mix of the triton and series 4. I can't imagine the spindles are the only contributing aspect from the triton, but maybe so. If that is so, then sounds like its a series 4. Really doesn't sound like a new deck to me.
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  5. johnslandscaping

    johnslandscaping LawnSite Member
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    I was told the only difference is the spindles.
  6. djflats

    djflats LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 460

    The Series 4 is on the Advantage Series and the Series 6 is on the Next Lazer Z. I know there are some other differences in the 2 models(A/S and Z)like the caster tires are a little bigger on the Lazer Z and the black fender trim on the Lazer Z, but what are the other main differences. I know my A/S 60" w/ 25 HP Kohler has 12cc pumps I think. I use a Next Lazer Z at work, 60" w/ 29 HP Kawasaki and I think it has 16cc pumps. The A/S has the chains on the floating deck and the Lazer Z doesn't. Any other significant differences? I'm just asking...I'm not real "keen" on the mechanical aspects of mowers. Thanks.
    I didn't mean to change the subject here, just curious though.

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