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Need help identifying my Husky zero turn.

Posted by c3pilot SC (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 9, 14 at 18:59

I need some help identifying a mower I just picked up. It's a Huskyvarna zero turn 42" chain hung fabricated deck with a 18hp Kawasaki motor. It is WELL used and all the decals are gone including the one on the frame to the right of the engine with model and serial #'s.

I know a pic would be very helpful but I don't have one right now.

The deck height adjustment is hand operated and comes up by your right knee and bends outward 90 degrees. It has two belts; one PTO driven goes to the deck. The other engine driven goes to the 2 separate hydro pumps ( not sure what those are called). Single roller on the front center of the deck.

It seems like a heavy duty little machine that should be easily repaired for many years to come....and having the #'s would no doubt make that easier. Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thx!


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RE: Need help identifying my Husky zero turn.

Here's a pic.

The pumps are not directly hooked to the wheels but have hydraulic lines that run to the wheel drives. The drives are Parker units.

This post was edited by c3pilot on Sun, Aug 10, 14 at 7:04


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