Originally Posted by 123hotdog
You should test a diesel mower. The other day I cleaned up a lawn for a real estate developer that is a good customer of mine. The lawn was a foreclosure that hadn't been mowed all year. Yeah, all year, and that is the first time my mower was ever under a load. You won't put one under a load just mowing. Too much torque for that.
I actually do have a kubota zd 221 which is diesel, it does have A LOT of torque but only 21 hp. So I have managed to put it under load when i dont cut my yard for like 4 weeks and was just curious about it using more fuel when I do put it under load. If anyone can answer that would be great thanks.
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