Home lawn equipment has evolved to help individuals maintain their residence with ease. John Deere has been at the forefront of the move to modernize these products, as the agricultural giant has installed the latest technology and innovative design in each machine.
A new product has been released by the agricultural giant as a way for homeowners to manicure their lawns and maintain their gardens, as the John Deere X749 Lawn Tractor combines the latest in technological advances with improvements on recent models for an effective machine for the field.
The X749 Lawn Tractor has been equipped with a new fuel tank that carries a 6.5-U.S. gallon capacity, improved headlights and taillights for superior visibility and full-time four-wheel-drive in both forward and reverse.
Complete with a fully welded chassis frame, power steering, a two-function hydraulic lift system and a new Noryl hood that reduces sound and rust, the X749 tractor has been re-engineered to last while still providing the same power that John Deere is known for.
The engine on the tractor is 24 horsepower, contains three cast-iron liners, has liquid cooling and runs on diesel, OHV and uses an oil filter. Driving the X749 has been reworked, as the twin touch pedals help to increase the level of control.
John Deere decided to install the Yanmar engine on this latest model, and increased the alternator capacity from 20 amps to 40 for the new vehicle.
The John Deere X749 Lawn Tractor has a wheelbase of 56 inches to house new traction models, weighs 1,205 pounds and has more than 540 rear RPMs for the Power Take-off, according to Tractor Data.
A variety of attachments are available for the John Deere X749, including three models of mower decks for the farm equipment. These come in sizes starting at 48 inches and ranging to 62 inches, reported the news source.
Along with the mower decks, the X749 can be equipped with a mulching system, a snow blower, a 52.60 inch rotary broom and an adjustable 30-to-46 inch cultivator.
The John Deere X749 is larger than its predecessors, as the increased height is standard to house the bigger engine and provide more viewing capability for the driver.
MachineFinder was created by John Deere in 1998. Since then we have served millions of visitors, tens of thousands of pieces of equipment and integrated with our entire dealer network.
MachineFinder, John Deere and the associated trademarks are property and available only for the specific use of Deere & Company. All Rights Reserved. 2007-2008