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The John Deere JS35 is a mid-model walk behind, self driven lawnmower of those offered by John Deere.

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The John Deere JS35 is a mid-model walk behind, self driven lawnmower of those offered by John Deere. It is powered by a 4 cycle 190cc Briggs & Stratton engine that has 6.75 lb-ft of gross torque.  Unlike the base model, the engine is equipped with an electric start and the Fresh Start fuel tank cap contains fuel stabilizer that drips into the tank to ensure fresh fuel and quick starts at all times. It has built in safety features like the zone-start system which requires that the engine be started from behind the handle bar, and the blade is designed to stop when the control handle is released. The MowMentum Drive System gives you infinite speed adjustments from 0 to 3.6 mph by pivoting the handle control. The 3-in-1 blade provies outstanding cutting performance and is designed to be used with any of the three grass-clipping handling options; side-discharge, mulching or bagging. Cutting height is easily adjusted from 1.25" to 4" with one lever located over the rear wheel. The wheels themselves are made of high-impact plastic with a molded rubber tread for superior traction and long life. The handlebar has conveniently located controls for easy operation, and can be easily adjusted or folded down for compact storage or transport.

Engine Specifications 
  • Manufacturer: Briggs & Stratton 
  • Power: 6.75 lb-ft gross torque per SAE J1940 
  • Displacement: 11.6 cu in. (190 cc) 
  • Type: 4 cycle, side valve 
  • Throttle control: Fixed speed 
  • Electric start: Yes, with backup recoil start 
  • Operator presence: Yes 
  • Zone: Yes 
  • BBC: N/A  
Mower Specifications 
  • Deck: 21-in. steel 
  • Discharge: 3-in-1 
  • Side Discharge: Standard 
  • Bag: Standard, 2 1/2 bu 
  • Mulch: Standard 
  • Transmission: Variable speed 
  • Wheels: 8x2 front, 9x2 rear 
  • Wheel adjusters: One lever adjusts all wheels 
  • U.S. Warranty: 2 year 
Post Review
11/08/2012 05:40

A poor excuse for a john deere lawnmower. Should have kept makeing tthe jx75 now theres a lawnmower.

11/14/2011 07:37

safety shut off too sensitive. what to adjust to correct this?

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