Golf Course Management

FEB 2019

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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2 I T ' S N O T J U S T A T R A C T O R , I T ' S A S T E I N E R STEINER ® 450 FOR GOLF The design–the slopes and obstacles–is what makes your course what it is. That's where the new 4x4 Steiner 450 tractor comes in. Its articulating, oscillating frame and exclusive weight transfer and traction system lets it cling to slopes so you can operate with confidence, even when using heavy attachments. • mow roughs/slopes • trenching • sweeping cart paths • aerating • stump grinding • snow removal • blowing off aeration cores • moving dirt and sand • clearing debris • mowing tee and green surrounds LEGENDARY CLIMBING AND MANEUVERABILITY The 450's articulating frame provides a tight turning radius of 43.5 inches for agile maneuverability in tight areas. The frame oscillates to keep you balanced and in control when side-mowing slopes. With a low center of gravity and 4-wheel drive, you get unmatched traction and stability for scaling slopes and berms. EXCLUSIVE HYDRAULIC WEIGHT TRANSFER AND TRACTION BOOST SYSTEM The integrated hydraulic weight transfer and traction boost system provides additional traction and control. Adjust the balance for unprecedented stability on slopes, even when running with heavy attachments. A CHOICE OF POWERFUL ENGINES Choose from three reliable engines: a Kubota ® 25-horsepower, liquid-cooled diesel; a Kubota ® 32-horsepower, liquid-cooled gasoline; or a 37-horsepower Vanguard ™ EFI gasoline engine. IMPROVED HYDRAULICS A new stacked gear pump design dramatically increases durability and hydraulic performance and efficiency, with increased oil cooler capacity and reduced drive system pressure. Provides 1,750 PSI of steering and lift pressure for more hydraulic power to handle the toughest chores. FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS, SUPERINTENDENTS HAVE TRUSTED STEINER TRACTORS TO TACKLE THEIR WORK:

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