The John Deere Max Z-Trak 777 zero turn lawn mower is far more powerful than the John Deere Front Z-Trak F687 zero turn mower. The engine that powers the JD 777 zero turn is a liquid cooled, gasoline powered motor that produces a power output of 27 hp. The total displacement of the engine comes to 0.746 liters. It uses a full pressure lubrication system to prevent it from seizing up during operation. The engine is key started using a 12 volt battery.
The gasoline engine on the John Deere Max Z-Trak 777 lawn mower powers the mower deck which is a massive 72 inches wide. This mower deck on the JD 777 houses 3 blades and discharges grass out the side of the deck. The blades in the deck are belt driven. This belt drive system is engaged using an Ogura PTO. The deck is actually from JD’s ‘7 Iron II’ series of decks that are constructed from 7 gauge steel. The steel is then stamped which makes it stronger and more resilient than similar 7 gauge decks made from bolted or welded steel. Even though the cutting width of the deck is 72 inches, it’s total width is a little higher at 86 inches. This is due to the plastic, protective discharge flap on the side of the deck. Each blade housed inside the deck has a diameter of 25 inches.
The top speed of the John Deere Max Z-Trak 777 comes in at 17.7 kph (11 mph) while when it’s reversing, it has a top speed of 7.2 kph (4.5 mph). The total weight of the ZTrak JD 777 is 589.7 kg (1300 lbs). The operator can control the speed of the speed of the zero turn mower using a hydraulic, dynamic braking system. If you have ever owned or operated this mower, then make sure to let others know what you think about it by leaving a review below making sure to touch on both what you liked and what you didn’t like about it.
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