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John Deere recently released their new, ZTrak Z925M, zero-turn, Flex Fuel Commercial Mowers, capable of running on ethanol blends up to E85 (85 percent ethanol, 15 percent gasoline). When you stop to think about it, it makes perfect sense. Ethanol blends are powering nearly every vehicle on the road today with blends of ethanol from 10% to 85%, so it was only a matter of time before we mowed with high octane E85 too.

 

http://corncommentary.com/2013/03/07/yard-work-just-got-more-green/

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John Deere E85 Mower

 

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http://e85vehicles.com/e85/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=58

 

So very cool..did not think we would see production of E85 FFV Mowers for many years down the road .. Big Thumbs up to John Deere!!  And Thanks to Cessna for first Posting !

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Sooo, is it fuel injected?

 

Nevermind.

 

It’s sporty, it’s fuel injected, it’s green and it’s powered by ethanol.

 

 

You're waiting for the Turbo Model aren't you Rick ..lol

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They must have heard about my E85 burning LX178.  Yeah, that must have been it.  ;D

 

Good to see a genuine flex fuel lawn mower.  Now they need to expand that over their whole gas burning product line.

 

Note to John Deere:  My T30C string trimmer runs real good on E85 mixed with a compatible oil.  Better than it ever did on gasoline.  Just adjust the fuel mixture, and it's converted.

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