Cub Cadet Engine
Not necessarily a bad thing as most of the "American Made" tractors use imported engines. It's time to understand just how far you have to go to avoid chinese products. It's really an issue when you think about parts and parts networks. The more engines out there implies a bigger demand for parts, a bigger demand means an rising market and hopefully supplies will follow. You don't want to get caught in the void that may arise when Briggs see's the light and works out the cost issue's with the mower manufacturers and your stuck the "bastard model" with the "wang sung" engine. (I just made that name up...wang sung:laughing.
It might be a great engine...and it might not, why take a chance?
What engine does your push mower have?
Postby Green »
What brand and how much Torque is your push mower's engine?
Also, is it a self propelled (front or rear) mower, a manual push mower, or an all-wheel drive model? Finally, how wide is the mower deck? All of these factors can influence how much actual cutting power you get out of an engine...as I'm sure does blade design/type, number of blades, etc. Feel free to list any other relevant parameters.
I use a non-self propelled mower, so I'm getting all of the power from my engine going into cutting; 21" deck. The engine is a Briggs and Stratton Quantum 190cc L-head design with 6.75 ft-lbs of torque, no prime/no choke 2013/2014 model.
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Cub Cadet Branded Engines - Powermore® Engines
Cub Cadet has successfully entered into a joint venture with a major Asian manufacturing company, whereby both companies have collaborated their engineering, design and manufacturing expertise to produce a high end overhead valve (OHV) engine.
These engines will be exclusively distributed and serviced by Cub Cadet under the Powermore® engine brand. Powermore® engines are a premium small block engine with advantages that in many cases are better than competitive engine models. Some of the premium features include:
- Overhead Valves (OHV)
- Cast iron cylinder sleeve
- Dual element air cleaner
- Low tone muffler
- Ball-bearing supported crank shaft
- Large fuel tank capacity.
The power output of the Cub Cadet family of engines compares favorably with engines of similar displacement from Briggs & Stratton®, Honda®, and other popular small engine brands.
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