ARIENS RM1028 Twin-Bin Bagger Rear Engine Rider-Mint Condition. This very small hour Ariens riding mower is ideal for a 1⁄4 to 3⁄4 acre lot. Without the expense and complexity of such a machine, it has almost the maneuverability of a zero-turn, offering superior reliability, simpler maintenance and longer life. It’s simple to run and enjoyable to use, while enjoying the free ride, saving you mowing time. Built of heavy steel at 400 lbs, it’s not a light, disposable mower like today’s offer.
It was only fully demolished, checked, repaired and serviced (with new spark plug, filters, fresh synthetic oil, flush fuel system, reconstruction and tuning of carburetors). All assemblies have been tested and any worn components have been substituted by fresh Ariens OEM components to guarantee operation according to initial specs. It has lots of new items including new idler pulleys for drive and deck, new belts, and a new battery. It lubricated the entire chassis. It has been completely detailed from the inside out and has several Carnauba wax coats to seal the finish on all painted surfaces, including the mowing deck and wheels.
Now, its original price can be bought for less than half, similar to a decent self-propelled, walk-behind mower’s cost.
FEATURES:— Premium, compact, mid-engine mower with sturdy building and unhindered front view — Briggs and Stratton 10.0 HP OHV engine — Foot pedal operated, completely automatic, hydrostatic transmission — Electric PTO — switches the blades on the console below the operator— 28 inches, heavy duty, full-floating, deep-profile, mowing deck — uses a torsion key system – Extra-large 16 x 8.00 rear tires and 10 x 4.10 front tires — 12-inch turning radius provides near zero-turning maneuverability — Dimensions: length: 66 in, width: 33 in, height: 38.7 in, weight: 400 lbs (without excavator) — Accessories included: Ariens twin-bin grass catcher, CD documentation.
About the product
Engine: Briggs and Stratton
Power: 10 hp
Size: 28 Inch
Model Number: RM1028
About the seller
Name: David M. Harding