The list of recalled mowers looks like a who's who for what you'll see on Missouri properties mowing grass. It's imperative that owners get these mowers repaired as quickly as possible as they all have engines that are susceptible to being a fire hazard causing burning injuries.

This urgent bulletin from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission affects 68,500 mowers according to the press release which includes thousands currently in use in Missouri. Here are the mowers affected as shared by the USCPSC:

"Kawasaki Engines used in Bad Boy Mowers, BigDog, Bobcat, Cub Cadet, Hustler, John Deere, and Kubota brand lawn and garden equipment"

Here are the exact model numbers affected:

Bad Boy Mowers - Rebel BRB54FX850, Rebel BRB6135KA, Rebel BRB61FX850, Rebel BRB7235KA, Revolt BRV54FX850, Revolt BRV61FX850, Rogue BRG5435KA, Rogue BRG6135KA, Rogue BRG61RD35KA, and Rogue BRG72RD35KA

BigDog - mower model Stout MP

Bobcat - ZT6000, ZT6100, and ZT7000

Cub Cadet - model ZTX-6

Hustler - model FasTrak SDX

John Deere - mower model Z760R, utility vehicle models Gator TX 4x2 and Gator TS 4x2, and some service engines for model year 2016-2020 lawn tractor models X350R, X350, X354, X370 X380, X384, X390 and X394

Kubota - mower model Z726XKW

You can also check the engines themselves "recalled engines are model year 2021-2023 FJ400D, FS600V, FS651V, FX691V, FX730V, FX801V, FX850V and FXT00V"

The problem with these mowers in Missouri with Kawasaki engines is that they "can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards."

If you have one of these mowers, you can contact Kawasaki Motors Corp. USA toll-free at 866-836-4463 or through their online portal to arrange repair of the defect that makes these mower engines a fire hazard.

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