TORRANCE, CA—Kubota introduces the revolutionary new Infinity Deck as standard equipment on its 2008 T-Series lawn tractors. The Infinity Deck, named for its distinctive counter-rotating figure-eight grass flow, allows operators to quickly and easily change cutting modes between side-discharge, mulching, and grass catching – all without tools or having to change blades.
“The 3-in-1 Infinity Deck on the Kubota T-Series allows tremendous flexibility for all types of mowing jobs, and the effortless transition between cutting features translates to significant time savings for the operator,” says Kyle Hagen, Kubota Turf Product Manager. “In terms of operator comfort, convenience, and overall flexibility – our new T-Series cuts most mowing jobs ‘down to size’.”
Along with the multi-functioning deck, the T80 series packs plenty of power for jobs both large and small. V-Twin gasoline engines in the 20-horsepower T2080, and 23-horsepower T2380, as well as the single-cylinder 18-horsepower T1880, are matched to Kubota’s clutchless hydrostatic transmission (HST). This HST provides easy and precise operations with a single-pedal control for both speed and direction changes. Since there is no shifting or clutching to worry about, hands and feet operations are simplified, minimizing operator efforts. In addition, cruise control, a one-step parking brake, and the Kubota Reverse Awareness System provide optimal comfort, safety, and ease of operation.
Operators will find a smooth and comfortable ride with Kubota’s Cushion-Ride suspension system (standard on T2080 and T2380) and a deluxe high-back seat. Additionally, a full-flat operator platform provides ample leg-room, as well as easier tractor entry and exit. Optional equipment and attachments include a 6.5-bushel capacity grass catcher with new V-frame; 46-inch snow blower; and 48-inch front blade.
“We’re thrilled to introduce this versatile Kubota T-series,” says Hagen. “Our goal is to continually exceed customers’ expectations with innovative features, making their jobs, more comfortable and less taxing, and we firmly believe the new Kubota T-Series with Infinity Deck does just that.”