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Lower Operating Costs
Typically, fuel costs for propane will be less than gasoline, which results in lower operating costs.
Green Alternative Fuel
Propane is considered a Green Alternative Fuel and when burned, it produces less GHG (green house gas) yielding a reduced carbon footprint as compared to gasoline. PERC (Propane Education & Research Council) reports that GHG reductions typically range in the 20% to 25% range.
No Hour Restrictions
No known restrictions regarding hours of operation on "Ozone Action Days."
Cleaner Burning Fuel
Propane is a cleaner burning fuel and has fewer combustion by-products as compared to gasoline. Engine oil will contain less contaminates for the equivalent hours of operation.
No deterioration or breakdown of fuel over time creating "varnish deposits" as gasoline does. No need for fuel stabilizers during long periods of storage.
Unique "Vapor Draw" Design
The propane tanks are of a unique "vapor draw" design that includes a special baffle system to prevent liquid propane ingestion into the supply line, which can cause damage to fuel system components and render the unit inoperative.
|Drive Tires||16 x 7.5-8, 4-ply Turf Master®|
|Drive Wheel Release||Allows unit movement without engine running.|
|Safety Package||Operator Presence Controls (OPC). Operator must have speed control lever in neutral and blades disengaged to leave operator's position without stopping engine|
|Casters||.38" thick caster yoke arms|
|Steering Control||Hydro drive with Enhanced Control System (ECS), forward/reverse, left/right or zero-turn.|
|Front Caster Tires||9 x 3.5-4, smooth-tread, semi-pneumatic.|
|Parking Brake||Lever-actuated mechanical compression.|
|Electrical||12-volt battery with 15-amp alternator.|
|Speed||Infinitely variable speed selection from 0- 6.2 mph (10 kmph) forward, 0-2.2 mph (3.5 kmph) reverse.|
|Engine Type||EFI Propane|
|Engine Series||Command™ EFI|
|Engine Speed||3,600 rpm|
|Air Filter||Standard Engine Manufacturer's air filter|
|Drive Description||Twin Hydro-Gear variable-displacement pumps and twin high-efficiency Parker/Ross wheel-drive motors with 1\\" (2.54 cm) tapered shafts.|
|PTO Engagement||Electromagnetic 125 ft-lbs clutch.|
|Fuel Capacity||33.5-lb propane tank|
|Fuel Indicator||Yes - Float Gauge|
|Deck Lift||Manual lift with hairpin from hole to hole for position adjustment.|
|Fuel Type||Propane EFI|
|Deck Style Description||Full-floating UltraCut Series 3, side discharge standard, with molded discharge chute and option to bag or mulch.|
|Deck Construction||10-gauge top that is formed and continuously seam welded, 7-gauge side skirt and 7-gauge welded spindle mounting locations for improved strength.|
|Deck Style||Floating Deck|
|Width / Cutting Deck||48"|
|Cutting Heights||1.5" (3.8 cm) to 4.5" (11.4 cm) in 0.5" (1.3 cm) increments.|
|Blades||3 Blades at 16.25" Length|
|Blade Tip Speed||Approximately 18,500 fpm.|
|Blade Spindles||No maintenance, sealed and non-greasable spindles; 7.75"-diameter cutter housing with 25mm (.98") diameter spindle shaft and splined blade driver.|
|Width||59.5in. (151.1 cm)|
|Length||73.7 in. (187.2 cm)|
|Height||42.0 in. (106.7 cm)|