Poulan Pro 301ZX


The Poulan Pro 301ZX Zero Turn Mower is quite similar to the Poulan Pro 380ZX in that they both have the same engine. However the 301ZX has a much smaller cutting width of 30 inches. The mower deck is actually about 10 inches wider than your cutting width due to the discharge flap coming out of the side of the mower. The 13 gauge stamped steel deck houses a single blade. The mower deck can be raised and lowered from a height of 4 inches to a height of 1. 5 inches above the ground in fairly large 0. 75 increments, which means you only have 4 different cutting heights. Raising and lowering is done with a spring-assisted manual lever. The blade is manually engaged.

The Poulan Pro 301ZX powers the mower deck with a 16. 5hp Intek engine from Briggs and Stratton. It is an air-cooled single-cylinder engine. The engine uses a standard air filter to prevent dust and other small particles from entering the combustion chamber and disrupting the ignition process. It has a pressure lubrication system that keeps the engine constantly lubricated. Engine power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a Hydro-Gear EZT dual hydrostatic transmission. This transmission gives the Pro 301ZX mower a top speed of 6 mph forwards, while reverse has a top speed of 3. 5 mph.

There are several options for dealing with clippings residue on the Poulan Pro 301ZX. Many people just leave them on the lawn. However, if there is a large amount of clippings, it can rot in your lawn, leaving unsightly pockets or dead grass. To make grass clippings rot faster, you can use a mulching system that chops the clippings more finely than can be used on the Pro 301 ZX. Or if that doesn’t convince you, you can pack them into an optional tail bag.

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