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Contoura Mower

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Contoura Mower

The Major Contoura Mower is a durable and versatile solution for the maintenance of challenging and undulating terrains. The robust frame coupled with the three mowing decks, allow the machine to glide over ground contours, to give a consistent and unrivalled quality-of-cut.

This mower gives efficient mowing, even on dense grass. The cutting height can easily be adjusted from 10 – 110mm making it ideal for fairway and rough turf maintenance and delivers professional turf striping every time. Strenx™ 700 MC high-strength steel is used to manufacture this mower.

  • Unique pivoting frame with self-aligning spherical bearings, allow the mowing decks to follow the ground contours with ease
  • Kerb lift; the mowing decks can be raised off the ground to avoid obstacles, without disengaging the PTO
  • Zero turn capability allows tight turns or mowing around obstacles without turf damage
  • Full width rollers follow undulations to give a consistent cut, in both hilly and less challenging terrains
  • Gear driven drive line, eliminates the problems associated with belt driven mowers
  • Internal roller bearings give total protection against moisture and soil
  • Unique Tri-Cut™ blade system with a protective undersole disc to absorb shocks and protect the driveline whilst mowing

Description

Specifications

Model MJ75-360
Overall Width 3.67m (12′)
Working Width 3.60m (11′ 9″)
Transport Width 2.14m (7’)
Power (HP) 45-75 HP
PTO rpm 540
Cutting Height 10-110mm
Rotors 6
Blades 12
Weight 1395kg
Blade tip speed 86 m/s
Mowing Rates 10 (Acres/hr at 7mph)

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Testimonials


We’re really impressed with this mower. It’s so easy to set up; we can be away mowing in a matter of minutes. Our course is in the Yorkshire Dales so it’s pretty hilly, but the Contoura just glides over all the undulations leaving a lovely finished cut.

Ian Brown, Skipton Golf Club, UK, Course Manager

We bought the Major Contoura because it’s trailed and gear driven. We're really impressed with the build quality and finished cut in both long and short grass.

Shaun Grainger, Chesham Town Council

The design and construction of the Contoura is far advanced over anything else on the market. It doesn’t have a belt drive, which always seems to be the weakest part of a mower. Instead, it’s gear-driven and therefore handles even heavy grass with ease. The Major Contoura leaves a perfectly striped and even finish - far better than we were used to. I get a lot of pride in walking out and looking at the finish after it has been through the rough.

Richard Thompson, Head Green-keeper, Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club