Before lawn mowers, people would cut lawns using scythes or by letting animals graze. Thank goodness whoever invented this device, which uses revolving blades to establish an even cut on a lawn, was wise enough to create something so powerful and useful. Lawn mowers either are rotary mowers, which mean they have a vertical axis rotation, or reel mowers, also called cylinder motors, which mean they have a horizontal axis rotation. And today’s lawn mowers are increasingly becoming electric, producing fewer than 75 decibels compared to the 95 or so decibels that come out of gas powered machines.
What does this have at all in relation to Cub Cadet parts? Well, for one, Cub cadet mower parts are largely considered the gold standard among today’s mowers. Yes, the company competes with some other big guys in the lawn mowing game like Troy Bilt and others, but sometimes even Troy Bilt mower parts cannot compare to the quality and the value that Cub cadet parts can offer. Of course, Troy Bilt parts are widely in use in commercial and residential lawns across the nation, but often Cub Cadet parts are just as competitive as these Troybilt parts. Even better is that these Cub cadet lawn mower parts are versatile, meaning they can be applied just as simply to multi gang mowers, which are carried behind a tractor and which are usually used in large grassy areas like municipal parks and golf courses, as they can be applied to regularly sized mowers.