Husqvarna World Rider Concept! First Look!

Are we ready for this mower here in the U.S.? Let me know in the comments below.

Who needs deck wash when you have this?

One more video:

Long version: Sorry, No English translation, Just watch.

Coming Soon: Husqvarna R220T and R322T

Where To Buy: Your local Husqvarna Dealer: My Dealer is Eau Claire Lawn Equipment

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20 Comments on "Husqvarna World Rider Concept! First Look!"

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Bill Cagle
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I have a r322t mower and it bust belts. It has been in the shop almost all summer. New spindles, pulleys, belts and rear transaxle so far. Dealer said Huskavarna said they have a different belt for the mower and they sent it and it lasted about 10 minutes and then busted. The dealer said he has done all he knows to do. I have about $5,800 invested in a mower that does not mow grass. Huskavarna knows they have a problem or they would not pay for all this cost under warranty. They keep telling me they will get… Read more »
Kevin Gundersen
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The first belt to go was the deck belt – that frayed. The second belt to go was belt 54440020. That snapped. Yesterday while mowing, I could tell something was wrong. Stopped the mower and saw the belt 544400201 was coming off. I put it back on and it looked ok but a few minutes later it frayed. It did seem that the belt was loose or the tensioner did not produce enough force against the belt.

Thank for the information Paul. I now have a plan.

Kevin Gundersen
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Hi, just purchased a r322t all wheel drive, went through 3 belts so far- less than 20 hours of use. Do you know of anyone else with this issue? Fixes? I talked with the dealer after 2 belts broke in one day, they didn’t have a clue as to why. They did give me new belts and I installed them based on the manual specs.

Andrew Roberts
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Here is a follow up report to my purchase in April: I got my Husqvarna R322T AWD in May and it now has just 5.5 hours on it. During my third mow ever, it would not take hills after about an hour of mowing. There is some loud whining and then it would stop. Next thing that happened it that it will not go forward or backwards at all. Lots of loud whining again and no movement. I just got it back from service where the people there could not reproduce the issue. They said everything mechanical was in good… Read more »
Andrew
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I finally got my R322T with a 48-inch side discharge deck the other day. After having a heck of a time getting the drive belt on, I was able to get in my first mow. PROS: It can handle my hill with ease. I was even able to mow a circle around a small tree that is located on the steepest side of the hill (I know, not the smartest thing to do, but I wanted to put it through as much as possible to see what it can do). It does tend to slow down a bit going uphill… Read more »
Andrew Roberts
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Well, I went ahead and ordered a R322T and should get here this Friday (May 2, 2014). I got a pretty good deal, even though I had to order it from MD and I am in KY (almost $800 off retail!). I’ll let you know how it does.

Andrew Roberts
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Hi. I’m trying to decide between a “tweener” ztr and the Husq R322T. I have a 1.1 acre lot with all sorts of dips and uneven terrain. Also, I have a good slope from the road to my house (its below grade of the road). I test ran a SCAG Tiger Cat 61″ and it worked great on the slope. However, I know I do not need something over 54″–I prefer 48″. The price of the R322T is very comparable to Scags, Ferris, ExMark, Kubotas, etc. I have seen (new/used). What is your opinion between the two? I need something… Read more »
Walter Mielwocki
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Love the rider. I think it would be perfect for our property except for one thing. In the fall, we have oak and maple leaves that can pile up quickly. The rider does not seem to do an adequate job of mulching from watching the video. It appeared there were as many leaves after the rider went through as prior. Is there another way to handle leaves?

Thank you for your splendid work Paul.

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