You asked for it and Wright responded. The company that invented the stand-on mower responded to a need by offering its 42-inch deck on the popular Stander Intensity mower. As with all Stander I models, the 42-inch deck is an Aero Core, Wright’s revolutionary deck design that features improved airflow, cut quality and anti-blow out features.
The 42-inch floating Aero Core deck tilts side-to-side and front-to-back, allowing the mower deck to better follow the terrain contours. It also improves the weight distribution for better handling on hills. The deck height can be adjusted “on the fly” in quarter-inch increments, and anti-scalp rollers automatically adjust the deck height to changes in terrain.
Recessed caster wheels reduce the turning radius. This feature, combined with the compact footprint and outstanding control and handling, allows operators to trim as they mow. The compact size also means more mowers will fit on a trailer.
Wright built the rugged Stander I for operator comfort and easy step-off to pick up debris or in case of an emergency. The floating stand-on platform absorbs rough terrain through elastopolymer bumpers that provide a dampened feel similar to a car. The bumpers are progressive to accommodate various weight operators. The wide stance provides greater control and its forward slant makes the controls more ergonomic.
In addition to the 42-inch deck, Stander I mowers are also available with a 36-, 48- and 52-inch deck sizes. Engines range from 18.5 to 22.1 horsepower.