Bob-Cat Recalls 5,000 Zero-Turn Mowers

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Bob-Cat is recalling approximately 5,000 zero-turn riding mowers.

The company says the steering control arm component can break under normal use, which can cause the operator to lose control and crash.

The CRZ and XRZ model riding mowers have a chassis with an adjustable 10-guage steel mower deck.

The company has reported 22 incidents with the reported control arm failure, including failure during use and initial set-up. However, there have been no reports of injuries.

The recalled mowers are:

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