The John Deere L110 garden lawn mower is part of the John Deere L100 series of mowers. Smaller models in the L100 series include the John Deere L100 lawn mower, while the John Deere L120 lawn mower is a larger model in the series. This model (the L110) had just 1 year in production from 2003 until production finished in 2004. All production took place John Deere’s large production plant in Horicon, Wisconsin. The JD L110 is powered by the 17.5 hp Kohler CV491 engine. This 1 cylinder, natural aspiration engine is powered by gasoline and has a displacement of 0.5 liters. The engine is air cooled and the air intake is prefiltered with a paper and foam air filter. This Kohler engine is built into a 4×2 2WD chassis and is started by a 12 volt battery. The battery is charged with a 9 amp alternator.
For ease of use the John Deere L110 uses a Tuff Torq K46V hydrostatic transmission. This means there is no need for gear changing on the JD L110. Instead you just need to press the pedals harder to speed up and release them to start slowing down. The top speed of this garden tractor is 9.2 kph (5.7 mph). This JD lawnmower has a really low turning radius of just 0.46 m (18 inches (inches) which makes this tractor mower fantastic on oddly shaped gardens that have many twists and turns.
The whole machine is very light coming in at just 209 kg (462 lbs) which means that it’s highly unlikely to leave thread marks on even the softest lawns. The John Deere L110 mower is 1.52 m (60 inches) long and measures 0.91 m (36 inches) wide, but with it’s mower deck, it’s of course going to be wider. The mower deck that the JD L110 comes with is 42 inches wide. The garden tractor also uses John Deere’s CargO Mount system which allows users to very quickly add and remove attachments without much complication.
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