Husqvarna LGT2654

There are quite a number of similar models to the Husqvarna LGT2654 garden tractor lawn mower. These include the Husqvarna YTH26V54, the Husqvarna LGT2554 and the Husqvarna GTH2654 garden tractor lawnmowers which all have the same sized mower deck at 54 inches wide. The 54 inch mower deck on the LGT 2654 has a total of 3 blades. These blades are belt driven and made from steel. The great thing about this mower deck is that it can cut at extremely low heights, it’s lowest operational height being just 0.5 inches above the ground. It is raised in roughly 0.5 inch increments from 0.5 inches above the ground up to it’s maximum height of 3.5 inches above the ground. Like most of the tractor lawn mowers that Husqvarna produce, the LGT2654 has a number of anti scalping wheels attached to the deck.

The engine that powers the blades on the Husqvarna LGT2654 mower is a Briggs and Stratton Intek model. This is a v twin that has a total displacement of 0.721 liters. The engine gets it’s fuel from a tank that can hold up to 15.1 liters (4 US gallons) of gasoline. The engine powers the rear wheels on the mower using a hydrostatic transmission. This means that the lawnmower is an automatic and there is no gear changing required to speed up or slow down, you just need to use the foot pedal.

Thankfully the Husqvarna LGT2654 has a high back seat (15 inches) which offers great support to those using it for extended periods of time. You will notice that the LGT 2654 comes with headlights as standard so that you can operate it even in low light (or darkness). The lights are powered by the same 12 volt battery that is used to start the engine. If you have ever owned or used this mower then please leave a review of your experience below to give others an idea of what to expect.

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2 Reviews of the “Husqvarna LGT2654”

  1. Dennis Hellebusch says:

    Great if you never use it more then 100 hours.,

    Year of Manufacture: 2013
    Pros: NONE
    Cons: I have had 2 of these units 2 years apart. After 100 hours the transmission goes out. It is not worth spending $650.00 to get them repaired. They work great for the first 100 hours & then you may as well junk it. When I bought the second one they assured me that the problem was corrected. They were WRONG.
    Don’t ever buy one of these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Austin says:

    Love the tractor, hate the deck I use it to mower about 12 lawns a year it now has 200 hours on it mower runs good but I’m having problems with the belt sliping off. Overall good for personal use with larger lawns but not for professional or commercial use wear they need to be abused and still keep going. A welder and a hammer will fix most of the problems you will have on this mower.

    Year of Manufacture: 2006
    Pros: Nice deck size and the turning radious is good even on smaller lawns it’s very maneuverable, decent mowing speed and good long lasting engine.
    Cons: The decks are better than most but still made out of cheap metal and smaller gauge steel the only problems I have had on this mower are deck related the rear brackets have small welds that I had to reeled after they got weak and broke and they use cheap spindles and pulleys that wear fast under hard and long use.

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