The John Deere D110 is very similar to the smaller John Deere D100 and the bigger John Deere D120 lawn mower. It’s engine provides it with 19.5 hp. This engine has been cleverly designed with a robust iron sleeve to provide a very long life. The pressurized lubrication system means that no matter what conditions you are operating it in, the engine will maintain adequate lubrication. This means that working on slopes for extended periods of time won’t affect the engine. The robotically welded frame is a one piece, which gives it an incredibly long life with little risk of failure. Power from the engine is transferred to the wheels via a Kanzaki Tuff Torq T40 transmission. This hydrostatic transmission gives the lawnmower a top speed of 5.5 mph (8.8 kph) going forward and a top speed of 3.2 mph (5.1 kph) in reverse.
Like practically all of JD’s recent machines, the John Deere D110 features it’s trademarked CargO Mount system. This means that you can quickly and easily add or detach a wide variety of attachments, whether it’s a sun canopy, a bagger or something similar. The JD D110 can facilitate a wide range of attachments from front blades to rear blades to a range of snow blowers (44 inch snow blower, 46 inch snow blower, 47 inch snowblower, 52 inch snowblower, 54 inch snowblower and 60 inch snowblowers are all compatible with this lawnmower).
The weight of the John Deere D110 comes to a reasonable 205 kg (450 lbs). This translates into an overall length of 1.78 m (70 inches) when there are no attachments. The width comes to 1.32 m (52 inches) with the mower deck attached, although obviously without the mower deck, the width would be a lot smaller. The optional bagger for the JD D110 has a capacity of 6.5 bushels, but if you don’t want to collect the grass, you can always just use the mulch cover to efficiently mulch the grass clippings and return them onto the grass.
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