John Deere 66

John Deere 66The John Deere 66 is a riding lawn mower with small single-cylinder Tecumseh engine and belt-driven gear transmission with five forward and one reverse gear. The John Deere 66 lawn mower was manufactured from 1975 to 1977.

This lawnmower used open operator station and mid-mount 30 inches (760 mm) mower deck with the single blade. The John Deere 66 used an air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke gasoline engine with vertical PTO shaft and recoil starter. This Tecumseh engine produces 6.0 HP (4.5 kW).

The John Deere 66 is equipped with gear transmission (4×2 2WD), manual steering, disc brakes and independent mid-PTO shaft with a mechanical clutch.

John Deere 66 Specifications

General Specifications
ModelJohn Deere 66
Wheel base
Dry weight138 kg (304 lbs)
Fuel tank capacity3.8 L (1.0 US gal)
Tires size
Front tires11×4.00-5
Rear tires4.80×4.00-8
Engine modelTecumseh
Bore x stroke
Power output6.0 HP (4.5 kW)
Starter typeRecoil
Oil type10W30
Oil capacity0.8 L
Spark plugChampion RJ8C
Transmission and chassis
Chassis4×2 (2WD)
Transmission typeBelt-driven gear transmission
GearsFive forward and one reverse
Ground speed
Mower deck
Deck typeMid-mount mower deck with one blade
Deck size760 mm (30 in.)
Height range
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