John Deere WH36A


The John Deere WH36A gets all its power from a Kawasaki FS481V gasoline engine. The 2-cylinder engine has a displacement of 0. 603 liters and runs at 3600 RPM. Air entering the engine passes through a dual element air filter before mixing with fuel and entering the combustion chamber. The fuel tank that comes with the JD WH36A has a capacity of up to 21. 9 liters (5. 8 US gallons) of gasoline in its fuel tank. The engine transmits power to the wheels via a hydrostatic gearbox, giving the operator infinite speeds in both forward and reverse. The top speed of the JD WH36A is very high for a walk-behind mower, reaching 11. 3 km/h (7 mph).

The John Deere WH36A isn’t quite as big as the John Deere WG48A or John Deere 7H17, but it’s still very big when compared to a 21-inch push mower. The cutting width of this mower is 36 inches, though its overall width is much higher when you factor in things like it’s discharge flap that protrudes from the side. The mower’s deck has 2 belt-driven blades and floats, meaning it follows the contours of the ground you’re moving over, giving you a much more even cut.

Not many individuals own a John Deere WH36A as it is used primarily by professional landscapers and grass cutting companies, but if you do, then please feel free to leave a comment below. Be sure to include as much relevant information as possible to give others an idea of what it’s like to own and operate one.

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