The X590 Multi-Terrain lawn tractor combines higher levels of power, performance and comfort, and is particularly suitable for larger areas of grass (over 8000m2) or more challenging terrain. Twin Touch foot controls, power steering, a hydraulically operated mower deck and an easy start engine provide a car-like driving experience. Mowing time is much quicker thanks to an industry first on a lawn tractor, the new constant-speed governor. This maintains the tractor and the mower blade speed even in heavy grass conditions by electronically controlling the amount of fuel supplied to the engine. The X590 comes with a choice of 122 or 137cm (48 or 54in) mower decks, both with an adjustable height of cut from 25 to 102mm (1 to 4in). It features a comfortable, deluxe high back seat and optional extras include a collection system and mulching... Price of the X590 lawn tractor starts at £5299 + VAT, excluding the deck. The new X115R lawn tractor is now John Deere's entry level rear discharge/rear collect model. The 92cm (36in) mower deck includes an integral.
This summer, to ensure you’re spending more time enjoying your weekend and not struggling to get your mower to start, make sure you’re taking good care of your equipment. Here are a few tips for machine maintenance to keep it running at optimum performance levels:. Tighten all nuts and bolts and check belts, filters, safety shields, and guards. Check tire tread and pressure. Make sure your mower is ready to hit the ground running without the fear of breakdowns. To get a precision cut every time and save on fuel costs, be sure the mower blade doesn’t go dull. You can use more fuel with a dull blade, so either sharpen up or have a spare blade on hand. For those who prefer to let their mowers hibernate for the winter months, it’s extra-important to check for dullness and corrosion before starting up the engine for the first time in spring. Hit the deck. Clipping and debris buildup under the deck can cut airflow and reduce effectiveness. A dirty deck can also cause rust and corrosion during winter storage, so be sure to check for buildup. To clean, turn the mower on its side and wash the undercarriage with a.