New Gravely Pro Turn XX:

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by Brules, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. Brules

    Brules LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 255

    Just noticed that Gravely's website is updated with the new Pro Turn XX model info:

    http://www.gravely.com/zero-turn-mowers/pro-turn/Pages/default.aspx

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    Model Name	Model #	Engine	Engine Size	Cutting Width	Ground Speed	Fuel Capacity
    Pro-Turn 60	991203	B&S Commerical 27 HP/ 724 cc	60"	9 mph/ 5 mph	6 gal
    Pro-Turn 60	991202	Kawasaki® FS730	24 HP/ 726 cc	60"	9 mph/ 5 mph	6 gal
    Pro-Turn 52	991201	Kawasaki® FS691	23 HP/ 726cc	52"	9 mph/ 5 mph	6 gal
    Pro-Turn 48	991200	Kawasaki® FS691	23 HP/726 cc	48"	9 mph/ 5 mph	6 gal
    Key Fetures:

    • Multiple models with cutting widths from 48 to 60 inches.
    • Commercial-duty ZT-3200 transaxles deliver exceptional control and power, and include spin on oil filter for easy maintenance.
    • High back thick cushioned seat with isolators that absorb bumps and vibrations to enhance operator comfort.
    • 10-gauge fabricated and welded deck design with a reinforced leading edge ensures lasting performance and durability.
    • 2 yr / 600 Hour limited commercial warranty
    • 1"-5" cut height
    • Foldable ROPS

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    **LINK TO BROCHURE**:

    http://www.gravely.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/SellSheets/Zero Turn/SellSheet_ProTurn.pdf

    Looks like they hit it out of the park for a residential/beginner commercial unit!!!!

    Would love to see and hear what people think about it. I am DEFINATELY looking forward to seeing one in person at my local dealer. He said he should have his in March. This is tops on my list to buy above the BB, Scag, Kubota ZG100 etc. I don't think any of the others entry level units come close to this!

    If anyone finds more info, pics, links to manuals, post them below and I will edit them to my original post.

    Have not seen any pricing (accurate) but have heard it is in the $5-6k range.
     
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2012
  2. Ridin' Green

    Ridin' Green LawnSite Fanatic
    Male, from Michigan
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    That's a good looking machine. I'd choose that over the others too, especially after demo'ing the Gravely stander this summer.
     
  3. Brules

    Brules LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 255

    Amen, I would hope SOMEONE out there had a demo unit they were playing with who could add more. Other than no canister filter, it looks like a beast!
     
  4. GMLC

    GMLC LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,353

    Yup, thats Gravely's new entry level commercial mower. Should be another Gravely homerun but only in the $5-$6000 range. Looks to be very well designed and built.
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  5. Brules

    Brules LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 255

    More images. Editing my post is now locked due to time limit:

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  6. Blades Lawn Maintenance

    Blades Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Bronze Member
    Male, from Baton Rouge, La
    Posts: 1,233

    Should be nice...Ive heard of a lot of ppl that have some really good experiences with Gravely
     
  7. watsmi57

    watsmi57 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 329

    saw these a couple of months ago at an Ag Expo. I think they hit a homerun too for entry level commercial machines. these machines fall in between the ZTHD line (top of the line consumer models ) and the Pro-Turn 100 series (the old entry level commercial units). They are also priced in between those two lines. The 100's will still be available and so will the ZTHD's. Notice the non-commercial engines that will come on these units. No dual stage filtration.
     
  8. NJDLLC

    NJDLLC LawnSite Member
    Posts: 45

    Pretty sweet! I also heard in the $5-6k range.
     
  9. watsmi57

    watsmi57 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 329

    actually according to the gravely website. they are going to start at $6699 and go up from there. so 6699 gets you the 48 incher with the 23hp Kawi.
     
  10. Brules

    Brules LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 255

    That sucks - looks like they raised the prices on all of them too....the 100 used to start at $7600.

    For $6600 you are in Scag Tiger Cat territory...... :nono:
     

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