Today we’re comparing two similar mowers: The Wright Stander ZK and the Scag V-Ride. Let’s start with the Wright Stander ZK.
The Wright Stander ZK is a powerful standing mower with 27 (J1940) to 31 (J1940) horsepower engines and deck heights of 52 and 61 inches. It has top speeds of 13.5 mph and a large 17.5-gallon fuel tank. Operators of the Stander ZK have the option of utilizing a 5.5” cut-height. Quality shock absorbers reduce back stress; and a zero-turn radius for optimal control. The Stander ZK has no armrests, allowing operators to exit easily should they need to bail out or pick up debris.
The Scag V-Ride offers four cutting deck sizes, from 36 to 61 inches, and has engine options of 20-, 24-, 26- or 29-horsepower. The 61-deck model has a groundspeed of 11 miles per hour. It has a fixed mower deck which offers a cut-height range of 1.5 to 4.5 inches.
The V-Ride’s fuel capacity increases with model size; its largest deck model (61 inches) holds 8 gallons. Similar to other mowers in its class, it also has a zero-turn radius.
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