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KIOTI Tractor Introduces Mid-Mount Mower For Compact Tractors

By KIOTI Tractor     www.KIOTI.com  
 
Drive-over mid-mount mower offers power and convenience 
 
KIOTI Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc., introduces a new drive-over mower for compact tractors with the launch of the KIOTI KM2560 mid-mount mower. Compatible with the CK2510 and CK2510H of the brand’s CK10 Series, the new mower attachment is KIOTI’s first mid-mount mower option for the CK10 line.  
 
“We are excited for operators to experience the power and convenience of the KIOTI KM2560 mid-mount mower,” says Peter Dong Kyun Kim, president and CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc., KIOTI Tractor Division. “By offering a mid-mount mower option, operators are getting the best of both worlds – the power and premier features that comprise the CK10 Series and the convenience and high-quality cut and accuracy of a drive-over attachment. The two combined make for quick work of overgrown fields, large lawns or rolling terrains.” 
 
 
Ideal for jobs in commercial environments such as mowing turf or acres of farmland, the KM2560 mid-mount mower provides precision cuts and increased maneuverability in tight environments. The suspended mower deck gives the operator 1.5-inch to 4.5-inch cutting control, for a clean cut every time, while eliminating hassles when moving from job to job or riding over curbs. Additionally, this innovative mid-mount mower can easily and quickly attach and detach thanks to its drive-over attachment deck.
 
 
With a 60-inch cutting with and a spindle speed of 3,334 RPM, the mower’s three-blade system sheers grass with a tip speed of 18,343 feet per minute. 
 
The KIOTI KM2560 mid-mount mower is available for purchase at participating KIOTI Tractor dealerships. For more information on KIOTI Tractor’s latest product offerings, please visit www.KIOTI.com
 
 

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