The John Deere LT150 lawnmower is from JD LT series of garden tractor mowers that was built produced for 3 years from 2002 until production ceased in 2005. The JD LT150 gets it’s power from a Kohler, 1 cylinder engine. This engine produces 15 horsepower and fortunately does not require tools to drain the oil. A 12 volt battery is used to start the engine. When the engine is running a 15 amp alternator then recharges the battery. The fuel tank holding gas for the LT150 is capable of holding up to 7.6 liters (2 US gallons) of fuel and is located at the rear of the machine.
The John Deere LT150 is built on a 4X2 2WD chassis which is fully welded, instead of using bolts to hold it together. This means that the connections are much less likely to loosen or become weak with age. The JD LT150 uses a hydrostatic transmission making this lawnmower an automatic, using Twin Touch pedals to move forwards/backwards and control the speed. The mower deck on this lawnmower is very accurately adjustable, from 1 inch above the ground to 4 inches above the ground. You can move it through 13 different positions in quarter inch increments. The mower deck itself is constructed from 12 gauge steel and so is easily able to handle any knocks and bruises that may come it’s way. You can use either a 38 inch mower deck or a bigger, 42 inch mowing deck on this machine.
While may people like to just discharge the grass clippings out the side of the John Deere LT150, you also have 2 other options. You can add a mulching plug that will quickly and finely chop up the clippings so that they rapidly decompose on the surface of the lawn or you can instead use a 7 bushel bagger. If you are looking for a bigger machine, then you might be interested in the John Deere LT166 lawnmower, while if you are looking for something a little smaller, check out the John Deere LT133 lawn mower.
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