The John Deere GT275 lawn mower is the bigger version of the John Deere GT262 mower. It’s a larger machine that was manufactured in Wisconsin during the mid-nineties from 1994 until production on it finished in 1998. It is powered by a Kawasaki FV540V gasoline engine. This engine provides 17 hp to both the wheels and mower deck. Specifically, power gets to the wheels via a hydrostatic transmission that gives the JD GT275 infinite gears going forward as well as infinite gears for when it’s reversing. In other words, this John Deere mower is an automatic that requires no gear changing to speed up or slow down.
The engine on the John Deere GT275 is key started. The mower deck on the JD GT275 has a cutting width of 48 inches which makes the machine ideal for anyone with a large garden (1-4 acres) or for professional contractors and garden landscapers to use. People often forget that most JD lawnmowers have more than just one use. Obviously cutting your lawn is a priority, but you can also use it in conjunction with many different attachments for other jobs around your garden or yard. A John Deere snowblower attachment can be added on to it, as well as a front blade for clearing snow, debris or even leaves. An optional bagger attachment can be added to the back of it to collect grass that you have just cut. But you can also attach things like scarifiers, harrows, utility carts as well as a whole host of other implements.
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