Outcross’s full-time 4-wheel steering and electronically-controlled 4-wheel traction drive makes it highly maneuverable, stable, and extremely turf-friendly. It’s balanced design, tires, and the fact that it does not require front counter-weights when using a rear attachment make it lighter and significantly more gentle on the turf than a traditional tractor.
The Outcross 9060 will always be on the move. With three-point, drawbar, bed and loader capabilities, productivity comes standard. Outcross owners can mow grass, spread fertilizer, load sand, haul a pallet of sod, aerate, topdress, remove snow and ice, blow leaves, prune roots, spread seed, tow a trailer, sweep a path, chip wood, and much, much more.
Set-up and save each attachment (one time, upfront) to ensure the machine performs exactly to your specifications. This takes the decision making away from the operator and puts it into the hands of the manager - where it belongs! Save settings for up to sixteen attachments for easy use and consistent performance a week, month or years later.
A category II three-point hitch makes attaching and using a myriad of Toro and third-party attachments another way to do more. Use existing or new attachments to maximize your investment.
Operation is simple, which gives invaluable piece of mind and flexibility to the operation-critical tasks that keep Turf Managers up at night. The Outcross 9060 has a hydrostatic drive system, eliminating the need for an operator who is proficient with the complicated controls and shifting commonly associated with a tractor and attachment. Simply select forward or reverse, and drive.
Outcross’s second seat brings a second laborer to the jobsite or makes room for a trainer to sit while teaching a new operator, eliminating the need for an additional vehicle. The standard utility bed offers plenty of space for tools and equipment that previously would have also required a second vehicle.