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Dixie Chopper: Redefi ning Residential Dixie Chopper is pushing the envelope again with the expan-


sion of its residential product line. The Zee 1, launched in 2012, now has a big brother — the Zee 2. This unit has features usually reserved for Dixie Chopper’s commercial series, such as stainless steel body panels, fully welded (not stamped) deck, and a tubular frame. The Zee 2 is available with a 21 or 23 horsepower Kawasaki FR engine, Hydro-Gear transaxles, and 42-in, 48-in., or 54-in. cutting width. With prices starting at $3,799 and mowing up to 3.1 acres per hour, the Zee 2 will give any homeowner more time to do the things they enjoy the most without breaking the budget. The Magnum family of mowers, designed for the large


acreage homeowner or entry level commercial cutter, also has a new addition for 2013. The 2350 EFI is powered by a 23 horsepower Kohler engine and paired with a 50-inch deck. With Kohler’s industry leading EFI technology, opera- tors will save money with every acre they cut. Dixie Chopper EFI models start at $5,899 and all carry the industry-leading 5-year or 3,000-hour, bumper-to-bumper warranty. USA-made and family-owned, Dixie Chopper takes great pride in producing the best mid-mount, zero turning mowers in the industry — and still the world’s fastest lawn mowers. With the support of our nationwide dealer network, we’re looking forward to a great 2013. For more information or to become a dealer, go to www.dixiechopper.com.


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