?? Cub Cadet LT2180 Parts

Cub Cadet LT2180 Parts

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Summary of Cub Cadet LT 2180

For medium-sized lawns that require precise trimming on a regular basis, there are few riding mowers more capable than Cub Cadet's LT 2180 model. Near the high-end of the LT series spectrum, the LT 2180 comes with the right engine to get the job done and packs a number of other features into the mower's otherwise quite small and unassuming form factor. Best of all, the mower offers some of the fastest forward and reverse speeds on the market for quick completion of a routine mowing job.

Pound-for-Pound the Most Impressive LT Series Mower

One thing that is particularly notable about the LT 2180 is that it comes in at a whopping 600 pounds. That's heavier than virtually every other LT series mower, and it's also heavier than many higher-end competing models sold by both Cub Cadet and its nearest competitors. The added weight is due in large part to a larger, heavier deck, as well as a twin cylinder engine that easily outpaces the lower-end models in this particular product line.

The mower deck itself is a sizable 42 inches, making it among the largest for this class of riding mower. The large size of the mower deck is due to the twin blades that it houses. Twin blades allow for a much more accurate and precise cut, and they're the perfect way to achieve a picture-perfect lawn. In this case, the blades can also be adjusted to several different heights to produce exactly the kind of lawn that homeowners desire. A number of key safety features, like an operator presence system and notification lights for low battery or fluids, ensure that the mower won't suffer from maintenance problems as its twin blades get the job done.

A Great Engine from a Leading Industry Source

Cub Cadet's riding mowers in the LT series typically use third-party engines to power them forward, and the LT 2180 is no exception. In this case, the company relies on a twin cylinder engine manufactured by Briggs & Stratton. The engine's sizable amount of power allows it to drive forward at a maximum speed of about 5.5 miles per hour while it can operate in reverse at up to 3.5 miles per hour.

The engine, blades and other parts are all backed up by Cub Cadet's nationwide network of authorized dealers. With online parts diagrams, expert service staff and wide availability of OEM replacement parts, the LT 2180 is built to last.