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John Reitman

By John Reitman

STEC, Landmaster team up to bring new line of utility vehicles

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The Industry Pro line of heavy duty utility vehicles includes both gasoline- and battery-powered models.

For more than 20 years, STEC Equipment has been synonymous with many of the types of equipment upon which turf managers rely on a daily basis. There is a new addition to that lineup that includes tractors and equipment for dethatching, fraise mowing, seeding, blowing, top dressing and more. 

Thanks to an agreement with Landmaster, the STEC portfolio now includes that company's Industry Pro line of heavy duty gas-powered and electric utility vehicles built to tackle the toughest jobs.

The Industry Pro line includes the Pro 5 and Pro 7 series that are powered by a 627cc, V-twin Vanguard engine with electronic fuel injection. The Pro E series is powered by a lithium battery that delivers up to 8 hours of run time on a single charge. Both the gas- and battery-powered versions have a maximum speed of up to 24 mph.

Standard features on most models in all series are 4-wheel disc brakes; 3-point seatbelts; certified rollover protection system; back-up alarm; horn; roof-mounted strobe light; tail lights; electronic power steering; heavy duty tires, bumpers and shocks; can carry loads of up to 1,000 pounds and have a towing capability of 1,750 pounds.

STEC is a South Carolina-based manufacturer of tillers, brushes, verticutters and more and a distributor of products for the turf, agriculture and construction industries, whose branded partners include Airter, Giant Loaders, GKB Machines, Landmaster, Kioti, Rotadairon, Seppi Machines, Sidekick USA, Trench It, Trilo and VGR Topchanger.

The line of Industry Pro commercial utility vehicles are built and shipped from Landmaster's manufacturing facility in Columbia City, Indiana.

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