LESCO 48" COMMERCIAL PLUS

P930man

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Hello everyone, I'm Preston down south of Houston. Just retired my RTZ Cub. Purchased a 2006 Lesco Commercial Plus 48" zero turn.
Really like the machine, seems to be built like a Tank. Rough Riding! lol. I have already started some maintenance, changed Engine Oil, 19hp
Kawasaki. Filter, checked the plugs, new air filter. This machine has grease fittings everywhere. Love it! My problem is I want to change the
hydraulic drive oil. I have purchased 15-50 Mobile one and a filter. Have no clue where the filter is located? This machine looks similar to the
Bob Cats, but the filter isn't where it is on a Bob Cat. I can't seem to find much information on this machine. Any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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The drive will be covered by the drive maker, Parker, Tuff Torque, Hydrogear etc
Sp ferrit around the undersid to see if you can find a make & model number for the drives then go to the appropriate company web page for information.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I have been up and down and all around. LOL. This machine makes my old Cub look like a bike with training wheels.
Definitely, a real machine. Wasn't even thinking about seeing what brand the drive motors might be. Just thought someone would know. I don't
know how popular this machine is, or if it's any good. Thanks for your response, this is my first post and thanks for a answer.
 

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Some one might
But we never got them here so I don't & that is what I do with unknown transmissions
 

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Thanks! guessing they must not be very popular?
 

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Just not exported to Australia
There were a lot of brands that never made it down here
And of the ones that did a lot were rebadged to a local brand
 

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Just not exported to Australia
There were a lot of brands that never made it down here
And of the ones that did a lot were rebadged to a local brand
Lesco never got big or even slightly popular. I have only seen one in all my years (mowed with it). Seemed to be a decent machine, and pretty sure they were discontinued several years ago.
 

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Thanks for all your responses. Keep you posted on what I find out. Tie that Kangaroo down Mate. Worked with a bunch of you folks in Africa. Cheers!!
Thanks
 

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Think they were made for Lesco by another stellar mower maker, forgot who. They are good machines still to this day. Heavy build like OP said.
 

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Thanks for all your responses. Keep you posted on what I find out. Tie that Kangaroo down Mate. Worked with a bunch of you folks in Africa. Cheers!!
Thanks
Well there are 30,000,000 of us so not hard to do.
I got head hunted to go to SA during the BS embargo years, I turned it down, one of my very few regrets
 
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