Westwood T40 38" XRD deck 546cc NO POWERED GRASS COLLECTOR
A feature packed garden tractor for gardens of around one acre.
The T40 is a fully specified Westwood with a single cylinder 546cc Ariens engine. With a 97cm (38”) XRD cutter deck, the T40 is perfect for gardens with around one acre of lawn to cut or where there are specific limitations for access.
The T40 features a power take-off. This allows you to drive accessories such as the PGC+, Broadcast Spreader or Snow Blade.
Ariens 546cc engine
The T40 lawn tractor features a highly reliable, single cylinder 546cc Ariens engine.
- Displacement: 546cc
- Net Power (3580rpm): *11.5kW* * Max Net Torque: *33.2Nm2800 rpm*
- Bore: 91mm
- Stroke: 84mm
- RPM: 2900
- Engine Oil Type: 10w30
- Engine Oil Capacity: 1.6 litres
Regularly used controls at your fingertips
Dashboard display – runiing hours, cutter deck and Powered Grass Collector status indicators visible at all times.
Cast front axle
Found on the T and F Series, the heavy duty cast axle adds strength where it’s really needed on the tractor, enabling it to withstand the stresses of uneven terrain.
It’s been designed with commercial-style, tie-down points for safe transportation on a flatbed trailer.
Electric power take-off
T and F Series tractors feature a push-button controlled power take-off. Operators can choose from three PTO modes:
- Position 1 engages the cutter deck only – perfect for rough-cutting without collection.
- Position 2 switches on both the tractor and the PTO to drive the Powered Grass Collector – there is no separate lever or control required.
- Position 3 will operate the PTO only – ideal for driving powered accessories such as the broadcast spreader or scarifier.
Single pressed steel body
Found on T and F Series tractors, the single pressed steel body is a stronger and more durable alternative to a traditional fabricated unit.
It has been specifically designed to reduce water collection points and has been tested to withstand over 500 hours continuous salt spray exposure, thereby helping to eliminate corrosion.
All Westwood models feature an ergonomically designed, automotive style sliding seat for greater operator comfort and safety.
The seat can easily be adjusted using the fingertip control lever. An angled adjuster plate moves the operator down and closer to the pedals or up and further away.
The seat fitted to four-wheel drive models and the larger V Series tractors has armrests for additional comfort and support. The armrests fold to make getting on and off the tractor easy.
Low noise operation through good design, quality and specification
All Westwood products are designed to produce the lowest levels of noise. Not only does this make operating a Westwood more comfortable, it also ensures that our products fall within the levels issued by EU noise legislation.
Our tractors feature a double skinned bonnet which helps to reduce engine noise. Our unique cutting and collection system means that air disturbance from the cutting blades is minimised, further reducing unwanted sound.
Deck height selection
Precisely control the height of cut
The lightweight deck height selector can be adjusted through nine incremental settings to provide a cutting height of 12mm to 101mm (dependent on type of deck).
The lever for the manual lift features a ‘trigger’ style locking system. The T Series and F Series tractors display the current height setting on the dashboard display.
The Westwood park brake system is a cleverly designed safety feature. It prevents the tractor from starting unless the brake is engaged. This important safety device is fitted as standard on all Westwood models.
The hydrostatic, foot-controlled transmission found on all Westwood tractors is smooth and responsive. It is as easy to operate as the controls on an automatic car.
One pedal controls forward speed. Press it further and your speed increases. Release it and you slow down. Take your foot off the pedal and the tractor comes to a complete stop. There is a separate reverse pedal which works in the same way.
On a Westwood, there are no gears or clutch pedals to worry about. The hydrostatic transmission is infinitely variable. This means that you have full control over the speed of the tractor at all times.