John Deere 325


The John Deere 325 lawn mower is a very popular model. Its production lasted 6 years, from 1995 to 2001, when it was replaced by the John Deere GX325 mower. The JD 325 is powered by 2 different engines. The first is a naturally aspirated Kawasaki FC540V gasoline engine. It is an air-cooled 1-cylinder engine that produces 18 HP and has a displacement of 0. 534 liters. However, this engine was replaced by the Kawasaki FH531V in 1999, which became the stock engine with which it was marketed. This is a slightly smaller engine with a displacement of 0. 493 liters. However, it is a 2 cylinder that also produces 18 bhp to drive the wheels and the mower deck. The Kawasaki FH531V is also air-cooled and uses a foam and paper air filter to keep particles out of the engine. The 12 volt battery used to start the engine is charged via a 13 amp alternator.

The John Deere 325 is a John Deere mower that uses the hydrostatic transmission to make it automatic, giving it infinite gears when going forward and infinite gears when going in reverse as well. It has an impressive top speed of 11. 3 km/h. The JD 325’s fuel tank is large, holding 13. 2 liters of gasoline, allowing it to run for many hours without refueling.

The John Deere 325 mower is compatible with various mowing decks. The smaller one is a mower with a 48-inch cutting width, while the large mower has a 54-inch cutting width. Don’t forget that the JD 325 can also accommodate a huge range of other accessories and implements, from snow blowers to front plows, as well as an optional bagger and utility cart and rear end. If you own (or have previously owned) a John Deere 325 mower, please leave a comment below indicating what you like and dislike about it, as well as any attachments or attachments you use with it, as well as thechanges you have made.

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