The deluxe cargo box consists of a 15 percent glass-filled polypropylene composite material that eliminates rust, dents, and reduces noise.
The tailgate can be opened or removed for easier cleanout and to carry longer items. The tailgate has been improved, features truck-like performance, and can be operated with one hand.
The standard installed lanyards can also be removed to lower the tailgate to 150 degrees for convenient loading and unloading tasks.
The deluxe cargo box is now easier to latch, unlatch, raise, and lower with the integrated handle design and gas assist (A).
A prop rod (B) is provided to hold the box in the upright position for operator convenience, as well as limit box pivot travel.
The deluxe cargo box offers integrated tie-down points for increased versatility. Tie-down points are located in the following areas:
The deluxe cargo box easily converts to a flat bed. The flatbed configuration allows loading larger cargo.
Standard accessories for deluxe cargo box include:
Optional accessories for the deluxe cargo box include:
|Volume||465 L3 (16.4 cu ft)|
|Weight||272 kg (600 lb)|
Box dump angles (degrees)
|Manual dump||43 degrees +/-1|
|Power dump||43 degrees +/-1|
Four types of flotation tyres are available for the Gator™ TX 4X2:
All tyres offer a wide profile and are designed to be inflated at a low psi.
|Cayman AT (All Terrain), front (two 22x9.5-10 4PR)
Cayman AT (All Terrain), rear (two 24x10.5-10 4PR)
|Cayman Turf, front (two 22x9.50-10 4PR)
Cayman Turf, rear (two 24x12.00-10 4PR)
|Cayman XT (Xtreme Terrain), front (two 22x9.5-10 4PR)
Cayman XT (Xtreme Terrain), rear (two 24x12.00-10 4PR)
The rear receiver hitch is standard equipment on the Gator™ TX 4X2 and TX Turf.
Fully independent, single A-arm suspension features include:
The semi-independent coil over shock (COS) rear suspension system provides a softer ride.
Power is transmitted from the engine, through a continuously variable clutch system, to a transaxle. Power is transmitted from the transaxle directly to the rear axle.
Key elements of the drive system are as follows:
The variable-speed drive consists of two clutches connected by a drive belt:
How the variable-speed drive works:
The transaxle is fully enclosed and runs in oil for reliability.
Differential design reduces scuffing of the turf during turns because the inside wheels turn slower than the outside wheels (vehicles that have a solid axle shaft must skid the inside wheel when making a turn).
A neutral start safety interlock is provided for the engine ignition system.
Heavy-duty rear axle housings
Gator TS 4X2
Bolt-on cast-aluminum rear axle housings provide an extremely strong supporting structure.
Gator TX 4X2
One-piece forged axles are splined for maximum strength.
The Gator™ TX 4X2 is powered by a 675-cc, V-twin, four-cycle, gas engine. It is rated 12.5 kW at 3200 rpm using standard 97/68/EC.
This engine has several performance and reliability features:
The control location and walk-through platform provide easy entry/exit for operator and passenger.
NOTE: Shown above with the optional front bumper, brush guard, front fender guard, and floor mat.
NOTE: The front bumper is standard on the Gator™ TH 6X4 Diesel.