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ZTrak Mowers

John Deere

March 20, 2013 - Equipment

<p>John Deere Z970R</p>

Three new series of John Deere ZTrak zero-turn mowers include the B Series, the M Series and the R Series.

The B Series features the Z915B, a 23.3 hp model with the option of a 48-, 54- or 60-inch 7-Iron II deck. All 7-Iron decks are stamped from seven-gauge steel for maximum durability and enhanced mowing performance. B Series mowers are equipped with full-size rear tires for increased stability on hillsides and can travel up to 10 mph. An optional, integrated material collection system allows users to equip their mower with two or three bags for easy cleanup. The B Series also comes with professional grade seat options.

The M Series offers five different mower options (Z920M, Z925M EFI, Z925M Flex Fuel, Z930M, and Z930M EFI) and horsepower ranging from 23.5 – 25.5hp. With a top speed of 10 mph, the M Series offers flat-free front tires and cast-iron front forks. An isolation seat option or fully-adjustable, suspension seat option are available.

The M Series comes equipped with 48-, 54-, 60- or 72-inch 7-Iron PRO decks. Mulch On Demand technology, which allows the operator to switch between mulching and side discharging without leaving the seat, is available on the 48-, 54- and 60-inch decks. For easy cleanup, an optional, integrated material collection system provides a dump-from-the-seat option.

The R Series features five models (Z920R, Z930R, Z950R, Z960R and Z970R) with horsepower ranging from 23.5 – 35.0. The R Series comes standard with the John Deere Comfort & Convenience package with ergonomic handgrips, power deck lift, and grip-located control buttons. Similar to the M Series, the R Series is available with an isolation seat option or fully-adjustable, suspension seat option.

The R Series comes equipped with 48-, 54-, 60- or 72-inch 7-Iron PRO decks, with Mulch On Demand available for the 48-, 54- and 60-inch decks. Ground speed in this series tops out at 12 mph with flat-free front tires, cast-iron front forks, and a cast-iron rear bumper.

Exclusive to the R Series is a cross-ported system that routes the coolest hydraulic fluid to the hydraulic pump doing the most work. The lineup also features the Brake-N-Go starting system where the operator only needs to set the parking brake and turn the key to start the mower.

The B Series and the M Series come with a 3-year/1,200-hour warranty, and the R Series comes with a 3-year/1,500-hour warranty.

Tags: John Deere, Mower

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