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Country Zero Turn Equipment

P.O. Box 104 • 333 Salem Ave • Fredericktown, OH 43019
PHONE: 740 - 694 -9926 E-mail: admin@countryzeroturn.com
FAX: 740 - 694 - 5088

Toll Free: 1-800-335-1880 Office Hours Monday-Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm EST.

Clamp-on and Bolt-on Mounts

Clamp-on Mount Style

For many owners of a new zero turn mower, they do not wish to drill holes in the frame of their new machine. To eliminate the need to drill holes, we have developed a clamp-on system which clamps around the front frame of your zero turn. The mounting bolts should be installed from the bottom with the bolt head pointing to the ground to clear the castor wheel.

The clamp-on mount needs 4 " of frame space to mount around the frame on your zero turn. The L bracket should be on the top for maximum strength and the bolts installed from the bottom-up with the nuts on top of the bracket for wheel clearance.

We do suggest that the clamp-on mounts be checked periodically to make certain they are secure.

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Drill and Bolt Style Mount

The drill and bolt method of mounting does require that 2 holes be drilled through the castor frame of your zero turn per side. The mount bracket is then installed and a backer plate is tightened into position.

This is the most secure method of mounting our zero turn equipment.

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