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model differences?

Discussion in 'Gravely (Archived)' started by jga, Nov 26, 2001.

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  1. jga

    jga LawnSite Member
    from iowa
    Posts: 10

    what is the dif between the zt2050 & 250z? Thanks
     
  2. The Gladiator

    The Gladiator Member
    Posts: 70

    These are the differences between the Gravely ZT2050 and the PM250Z.

    ZT2050 (Model year 2000, 2001)
    1) The ZT2050 is equipped with a Briggs & Strattion Intek V-twin
    20 hp engine. Designed for consumer applications
    2) The 50" mower is a pressed shell deck made of 12 gauge
    material not ment for commercial applications.
    3) Ground speeds are 0 ~ 7 mph.
    4) Standard steel blades

    PM250Z (Model year 2000, 2001)
    1) The PM250 is equipped with a Briggs & Strattion Vanguard V-
    twin 20 hp engine. Designed for more commercial applications.
    2) The 50" mower is a formed deck made of 10 gauge material
    with a 7 ga. top plate designed for commercial applications.
    3) Ground speeds are 0 ~ 9 mph.
    4) Hour meter standard.
    5) Oil pressure light.
    6) Carbide coated blades for longer durability.

    PM250Z (Model year 2002)
    1) The PM250 can be equipped with either a Kawasaki 19hp or
    23hp V-twin engine. Designed for commercial applications.
    2) The 50" mower is a formed deck made of 10 gauge material
    with a 7 ga. top plate designed for commercial applications.
    3) Larger 23 x 10.5 -12 drive tires
    4) Ground speeds are 0 ~ 9 mph.
    5) 19hp unit equipped with standard non-suspension seat, 23hp
    unit is equipped with a full suspension seat.
    6) Hour meter standard.
    7) Oil pressure light.
    8) Carbide coated blades for longer durability.
    9) Engine hood to reduce engine noise and operator fatigue.









    :blob3: these are the differences between the ZT2050 and the PM250Z
     
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