The Kubota GR2100 ride on lawn mower is a modern garden tractor lawnmower that’s powered by a Kubota designed and manufactured D782 engine. This diesel engine is prevented from overheating by using a water filled cooling system. It’s a 3 cylinder engine with a displacement of 0.778 liters and has a max power output of 21 hp. This powers the wheels of the GR2100 lawnmower through a hydrostatic transmission that gives it an infinite number of gears when traveling forward and an infinite number of gears when traveling in reverse all controlled by a single foot pedal. The engine fortunately sits on a 4×4 MFWD 4WD chassis which gives it fantastic control, especially when it need to work in damp weather.
The Kubota GR2100 has a max speed going forward of 16.1 kph (10 mph), while in reverse it can mange only 8 kph (5 mph). The mower deck that comes with the GR2100 as standard measures 1.22 M (48 inches) wide. The mower deck is lifted and lowered using a hydraulic lifting system. The total number of blades on the cutting deck is 3. The cutting height of the mowing deck can be adjusted from 25 mm up to 102 mm.
The total length of the Kubota GR2100 with the bagger attached is 2.88 m (113.4 inches). It is 1.28 m (50.4 inches) wide and has a wheelbase of 1.28 m (50.4 inches) and it has a height that measures 1.23 m (48.4 inches). The GR2100 does not come with a roll bar. This is probably due to the fact that it’s relatively wide compared to it’s length and it has a low center of gravity as well as not being as heavy as most compact tractors. The lawn mower weighs in at 430 kg (948 lbs). This mower uses Kubota’s ‘Glide Steer’ steering system which enables it to turn much more sharply when compared to similar garden tractor lawnmower of this size. This makes the Kubota GR2100 sit on lawn mower very handy even in gardens that have many small nooks and other patches of grass that are usually difficult to get to.
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