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X739 LAWN TRACTOR

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  • Electronic fuel injection
  • Full-time 4-wheel drive and four-wheel steering
  • 4-year/700-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty
$ 14,169.00 MSRP
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25.5-hp (19-kW) engine 25.5-hp (19-kW) engine

The V-twin, liquid-cooled John Deere iTorque power system with electronic fuel injection (EFI) provides exceptional performance and has the durability to handle commercial-use applications. The John Deere iTorque power system includes a combination of engine features that provide more lugging ability, even cooling, and durability.

iTorque stands for intelligent design (to get a task done efficiently) and torque (good lugging ability). It is used exclusively on gasoline-powered Select Series™ and Signature Series Tractors.

Hood opened to show engine Hood opened to show engine

The 25.5-hp (19-kW) liquid-cooled V-twin engine has a large 45.5-cu in. (745-cc) displacement to provide plenty of power and torque for excellent performance in any operating condition. The one-piece hood is hinged to open for convenient engine service.

Key engine features include:

  • Liquid cooling
    • Longer engine life
    • Quieter operation
    • Improved fuel economy
  • V-twin cylinder design
    • Smoother running
    • Easier starting 
  • Overhead valve (OHV) design to provide more efficient airflow for improved combustion
    • More horsepower and torque per cubic inch of displacement
    • Better cooling for longer engine life
    • Reduced oil consumption
    • Improved fuel economy
  • Full-pressure lubrication with replaceable oil filter that provides plenty of clean oil for long engine life
  • Horizontal crankshaft with a drive shaft connection to the transmission for positive power transfer 
  • Aluminum block and cast-iron cylinder liners
    • Efficient heat dissipation
    • Strength and durability with less weight
  • Low exhaust emissions to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clean air standards
    • Liquid cooling for consistent operating temperatures
    • OHV for efficient lean burn combustion
    • Precise air-to-fuel ratio control with electronic fuel injection
    • Closed crankcase ventilation re-circulates and burns crankcase hydrocarbons
  • Oil drain valve with hose and oil filter drip tray for easy, no-mess maintenance
  • Electronic ignition for quick, sure starts
  • Rubber engine mounts
    • Vibration-free operation
    • Lower noise
  • Electric fuel pump ensures positive fuel delivery for fast starts and smooth running
  • Solenoid-shift starter ensures that starter stays engaged until key switch is released for fast cold-weather starts
Air intake system
Air intake screens on hood and pedestal Air intake screens on hood and pedestal
Radiator screen pulled out for cleaning Radiator screen pulled out for cleaning

Engine intake air is drawn in through screened panels at the base of the pedestal and on the right and left sides of the tractor hood:

  • Cleanest and coolest area of the tractor
  • Pre-cleans the air to keep large chaff and debris from entering the radiator or air cleaner
  • Easy to clean and service so engine operates at optimum temperature

An inertia-discharge canister with dry-type paper element surrounded by a foam precleaner cleans intake air for long engine life:

  • Ejects large dirt particles before they make contact with the filter
  • Provides dual protection against dirt entering the engine
  • Easily removed for cleaning or replacement
  • Recommend the air filter be replaced and the precleaner cleaned annually or every 200 hours, whichever comes first
Electronic fuel injection

Electronic fuel injection (EFI) offers many important performance advantages:

  • Immediate starting in hot or cold ambient temperatures or after long periods of seasonal storage
  • No choke linkage for the user to operate
  • No engine warmup required, so the implement can be engaged immediately after the engine starts
  • Greater horsepower and torque responsiveness
  • Higher reliability with the elimination of vapor locking, misfiring, run-on, and after-bang
  • Automatic altitude compensation
  • Delivers fuel precisely
    • Reduces the potential for plug fouling
Fuel tank has a large 5.2-U.S. gal. (19.7-L) capacity
Fuel cap and tank (shown on X758 Diesel Tractor) Fuel cap and tank (shown on X758 Diesel Tractor)

A large, 5.2-U.S. gal. (19.7-L) capacity fuel tank holds enough fuel for extended operation between refills:

  • Fuel-fill location is on the left fender for easy access, increased safety, fewer spills, and convenience during filling.
  • In-tank electric fuel pump supplies ample fuel flow to eliminate vapor lock and ensure quick engine starts, even after months of storage.
Battery and alternator are large capacity
Battery located at front of tractor frame Battery located at front of tractor frame

A high-capacity regulated alternator charging system provides plenty of power to quickly recharge the battery and run electrical equipment, such as lights or a sprayer:

  • 20-amp alternator is provided as standard equipment on gasoline engines.
  • An optional 20-amp auxiliary alternator kit operates in parallel with the standard 20-amp engine-equipped alternator to bring the total of 12-V electric power to 40 amps.

A large-capacity, 300 cold-cranking amp battery provides plenty of cranking power for quick, sure starts in cold weather:

  • Mounted at the front of the tractor frame for easy accessibility
X739 Tractor mowing with 54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck X739 Tractor mowing with 54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck
Side view of mower deck Side view of mower deck

A deep-deck design of 5.5 in. (14 cm) delivers excellent airflow so material can be processed quickly and efficiently. The deck is stamped from 9-gauge, 0.15-in. (3.8-mm) steel and has welded-on reinforcement at the bottom edge for extra strength and durability.

60-in. (152-cm) HC Mower Deck top view 60-in. (152-cm) HC Mower Deck top view
54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck bottom view 54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck bottom view

High-capacity mower decks are formed in a hydraulic press to minimize the number of welds and provide a smooth underside for reduced material buildup:

  • Wider and higher discharge opening provides an even clipping dispersal for an excellent finished appearance in all conditions.
  • Durable plastic deflector spreads grass clippings evenly across the lawn, is hinged, and can be raised to minimize the storage space required. 
  • 1-in. (2.5-cm) cold-forged spindles are heat-treated for strength and supported by ball bearings.
  • Front edge is raised above the blade plane to allow even cutting of tall grass.
  • Blade overlap is greater than many conventional decks for a clean cut.
  • Mower can side-discharge, mulch (optional), or use a Power Flow™ collection system (optional).
Tire-grab feature and shark tooth shaped grips Tire-grab feature and shark tooth shaped grips
Drive-over ramp removed for spindle access Drive-over ramp removed for spindle access

Ramps are provided to permit driving over the mower deck for installing and removing it from the tractor:

  • Constructed of 30 percent glass-filled polypropylene for strength to carry the weight of the tractor
  • Polypropylene material will not rust or corrode for lasting good appearance
  • Shark tooth shaped grips designed into the ramp inclines for added wheel traction when driving onto the mower deck
  • Tire grab at the rear of the ramp gives extra wheel traction
  • Ramps removed and replaced without tools to permit convenient servicing of the mower spindles
Mower wash port Mower wash port
Mower wash port with hose connector Mower wash port with hose connector

A wash port is provided to make cleaning the underside of the mower deck easy: 

  • Hose connector is included with the mower deck.

Optional high-performance mulching attachment

Mulching attachment components (48 HC shown) Mulching attachment components (48 HC shown)

The high-performance mulching attachment provides excellent mulching performance:

  • This is a high-performance mulching attachment that includes formed steel baffles to control the material and special mulching blades for superior performance.
    • The special mulching blades that are included can also be used for side discharging and collecting, though overall performance may be slightly less than with the standard blades.
  • Order: BM23977, 54 HC mulching attachment  or BM23978 60 HC mulching attachment

 

Optional MulchControl™ attachment

Optional AutoConnect™ drive (BM25677)
X758 Tractor driving onto high-capacity mower deck X758 Tractor driving onto high-capacity mower deck
AutoConnect option installed on X758 Tractor AutoConnect option installed on X758 Tractor

The AutoConnect driveshaft is an optional kit that will automatically connect or remove the drive from the mower deck to the tractor's mid power take-off (PTO) shaft.

 

The AutoConnect drive does not need to be removed from the tractor when using front-powered equipment.

 

MulchControl with baffle closed MulchControl with baffle closed
MulchControl with baffle open MulchControl with baffle open

The MulchControl attachment makes mulching more practical for many mowing situations because it not only does an excellent job of mulching but it also allows the mower to be easily converted for times when it is more desirable to side discharge or collect the lawn material. Advantages of mulching grass clippings include:

  • A beautiful looking lawn
  • Grass clippings not blown onto the operator, driveways, or flower beds
  • Less fertilizer use
  • Elimination of the effort needed to dispose of clippings

MulchControl is an innovative, simple design that is easy to use and maintain:

  • The MulchControl attachment includes baffles to control the flow of material under the deck.
  • The left mower blade area is completely enclosed and optimized for mulching, thus will mulch even when the mower is in the side-discharge mode.
  • Baffles around the center and right blades are optimized for mulching when the discharge baffle is closed.
MulchControl operation
MulchControl handle (standard with MulchControl) MulchControl handle (standard with MulchControl)
Hydraulic MulchControl actuator option Hydraulic MulchControl actuator option

The optional MulchControl attachment comes with a handle on top of the mower deck that is used to open and close the discharge baffle:

  • The operator is required to get off of the machine in order to engage or disengage mulch mode.

An optional hydraulic MulchControl actuator attachment is available to replace the standard control lever and allow the operator to control MulchControl from the seat using the tractor’s hydraulic control lever.

NOTE: To have hydraulic control of the MulchControl baffle, both MulchControl and hydraulic MulchControl actuator attachments must be ordered. The hydraulic MulchControl actuator is an extra-cost option for the MulchControl attachment.

Changing from mulching to side discharge or vice versa with the hand lever or hydraulic MulchControl actuator option takes only a few seconds.

 

MulchControl is well-suited to the following mowing situations:

  • Usually mulch, but side discharge when grass gets too long
  • Usually side discharge, but would like to be able to close the chute to control clippings
  • Always mulch a main lawn, but often side discharge secondary lawns
  • Bag clippings, but want to go farther before emptying bags

MulchControl puts the operator in control of the clippings. Now the operator can have all the benefits of mulching with the ability to easily change to side-discharge or bagging when needed.

MulchControl limitations

While in the side-discharge mode, MulchControl will still mulch about one-third of the material. Therefore, the side-discharge mode is essentially a partial-mulch mode. This can be an advantage when side discharging or bagging, as it helps to reduce the amount of material being discharged. Other times this could work as a disadvantage:

  • When cutting strong southern grasses, such as Zoysia and Bermuda
  • When cutting in wet, high-growth conditions, such as those found in the Pacific Northwest United States
  • When optimum bagging and lawn clean-up is desired

MulchControl compatibility

MulchControl is a field-installed attachment. Mulching blades are included:

  • MulchControl is for 2015 and newer X700 Signature Series Tractor and:
    • 9074M 54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck (serial number 030,001-070,000)
    • 9078M 54-in. (137-cm) HC Mower Deck (serial number 070,001-)
    • 9075M 60-in. (152-cm) HC Mower Deck (serial number 030,001-070,000)
    • 9079M 60-in. (152-cm) HC Mower Deck (serial number 070,001-)
  • Optional hydraulic MulchControl actuator (BUC10536) is available for model year 2019 and newer mower decks (9078M and 9079M) only. In addition, mower must be equipped with the basic MulchControl attachment.

NOTE: The hydraulic MulchControl actuator is not available for the 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep™ Mower Deck.

Order:

BM26300 MulchControl attachment (54 HC)

BM25258 MulchControl attachment (60 HC)

BUC10536 Hydraulic MulchControl actuator

Mower deck attachability
X758 Tractor driving onto high-capacity mower deck X758 Tractor driving onto high-capacity mower deck

High-capacity mower decks have ramps positioned on top of the deck for easy installation:

  • On a four-wheel drive (4WD) tractor, the operator can simply drive onto and over the deck.
  • On a two-wheel drive (2WD) tractor, the operator must back onto and over the deck.

To remove the mower deck:

  • Disconnect the drive shaft.
  • Unlock the draft arm locks.
  • Back or drive the tractor onto and off the mower deck. 
    • On a 4WD tractor, the operator can simply back onto and off the deck.
    • On a 2WD tractor, the operator can simply drive forward onto and off the deck.

Drive-over mower quick reference (major steps)

John Deere has designed a system that makes it easy to remove and reinstall the mower deck. A few steps need to be followed carefully to ensure success.
 
The list below includes the major steps. Refer to the operator’s manual for a more detailed procedure. The tractor most likely has the mower already installed, so these steps begin with the removal procedure.

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                                                                 Mower removal steps

Drive tractor to level area.

 

Ready mower deck.

  • Adjust wheels and lower mower deck
  • Draft arms removed (front) and released (rear)
  • Power take-off (PTO): disconnect if manual PTO-connect system, then back up to clear rear draft arms (If equipped with AutoConnect™, backing up also disconnects the PTO)
    • Raise rear draft arms

 Increase engine speed, engage traction assist, and drive over.

 

                                                                 Mower installation steps

Verify tractor and mower are ready.

  • Alignment of tractor and mower deck
  • Draft arms up
  • PTO in correct position (If manual PTO connect, place shaft in mower hanger)

 Engage traction assist, increase engine speed, and drive or back over.

 

Join mower to tractor.

  • Alignment and attachment verified and PTO connected
  • Draft arms hookup, front
  • Position mower wheels

Done! Set mower deck height and mow.

An exclusive 4-year or 700-hour (whichever comes first), single-source, bumper-to-bumper warranty* is standard for all John Deere X700 Series Tractors.

  • The warranty is hassle free, with one company handling all of the paperwork.
  • Premium features of X700 Series Tractors allow for this longer warranty period, with more coverage than comparable tractors.

*Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JohnDeere.com or JohnDeere.ca/TUWarranty for details.

X734 Tractor trimming around tree X734 Tractor trimming around tree
 X739 Tractor trimming around a tree X739 Tractor trimming around a tree

Power steering is standard equipment on all X700 Series Tractors. It provides effortless, automotive-like control:

  • Reduced operator fatigue
  • Better maneuverability
  • Increased productivity

Four-wheel power steering on the X734, X739, and X754 Tractors provides very significant maneuverability and trimming advantages over two-wheel-steering equipped tractors:

   1. The uncut circle diameter is greatly reduced, eliminating or greatly reducing the need to back up when trimming around trees, shrubs, etc.

  • Cutting inside turns created by landscaping, flower beds, etc. can also be done much more efficiently with a four-wheel-steer equipped tractor.

   2. Interference from the mower and tractor wheels is eliminated because they are several inches away from the object being trimmed around.

  • When cutting rectangle-shaped areas, square corners can be cut more effectively and efficiently.

   3. The outside turning circle is reduced, decreasing the time spent turning and increasing mowing efficiency.

The X739 Tractor has both full-time four-wheel drive (4WD) and four-wheel steering, which gives it the optimum in both traction and maneuverability.

 

Two-wheel steer (X730, X750)

Four-wheel steer (X734, X754)

Full-time 4WD (X738, X758)

Full-time 4WD with four-wheel steer (X739)

 

Turning radius

25 in. (63.5

cm)

21 in. (53.3

cm)

 

25 in. (63.5 cm)

 

21 in. (53.3 cm)

Uncut circle radius (60- in. (152-cm) mower deck)

28 in. (71.1

cm)

6 in. (15.2

cm)

 

28 in. (71.1 cm)

 

6 in. (15.2 cm)

Turns lock-to-lock left

2.4

2.5

2.3

2.2

Turns lock-to-lock right

2.4

2.5

3.1

2.8

Twin Touch foot control Twin Touch foot control
Cruise control Cruise control

Twin Touch foot pedals control the speed and direction of travel:

  • Automotive-type accelerator control for easy operation
  • Twin Touch design that allows operator to change direction without lifting foot off platform
  • Large pedal surface for increased operator comfort

When the master brake pedal is depressed, the power take-off (PTO) and cruise control disengage.

Cruise control is standard equipment:

  • To engage, push in on the cruise lever and hold until the foot is removed from the forward pedal.
  • For emergency stop, the cruise control can be released by pushing on the master brake pedal or pushing down on the forward pedal.
Heavy-duty two-wheel steer or four-wheel steer transaxle
X758 two-wheel steer transaxle shown X758 two-wheel steer transaxle shown

A rugged, heavy-duty commercial hydrostatic transaxle handles a wide variety of ground-engaging applications and commercial mowing usage. A hitch for tow-behind equipment is included. The tractor frame extends behind the transaxle to provide mounting points for the category 1 3-point hitch and Click-N-Go™ mounting brackets.

Many quality features are provided:

  • Universal joint splined drive shaft between the engine and transmission is durable and gives efficient power transfer (no belts, no slippage, no power loss).
  • Shaft drive output through continuous live transmission PTO has no belts to slip or wear out.
  • Internal hydraulic PTO with multi-disk clutch pack:
    • Soft, smooth clutch engagement
    • Long disk life with continuous oil bath
    • No service required, as disks are self-adjusting
  • Internal, wet-disk brakes:
    • Isolated from dirt, rust, ice, or other contaminants for effective brake operation
    • Constantly cooled by transmission fluid to minimize wear and eliminate loss of brakes from overheating
  • Quiet design virtually eliminates hydrostatic whine.
  • Large, efficient 8-cc charge pump produces excellent flow and pressure to allow operating a variety of hydraulic powered equipment.
  • Externally mounted, oil-filled shock absorber in the transmission control system ensures smooth starts and stops.
  • Exceptional strength and durability:
    • Automotive-type forged flanged axles
    • Cast-iron axle housings
    • Uses an axial piston-type hydrostatic pump and motor versus less-efficient ball-type rotating groups
Two-wheel steer hydrostatic transaxle Two-wheel steer hydrostatic transaxle
Four-wheel steer hydrostatic transaxle Four-wheel steer hydrostatic transaxle

Two-wheel drive (2WD) and 4WD tractors use similar transaxles, however, four-wheel steer tractors have additional features that allow the rear wheels to turn.

 Differential lock control Differential lock control

Infinite control of ground speed and smooth change of direction provide efficiency and operator convenience. The differential lock provides positive power to both drive wheels for increased traction. It can be engaged by the operator as needed.

Forward 0 to 8.5 mph (0 to 13.7 km/h)
Reverse 0 to 6 mph (0 to 9.7 km/h)
Transmission oil cooler

The transmission oil cooler is standard equipment:

  • Helps keep oil temperatures cooler during high draft load operations
  • Separate automotive-style cooler that provides increased capacity for the oil cooler as well as the radiator, when compared to an oil cooler internal to the radiator
Full-time 4WD for superior traction
X738 Tractor mowing X738 Tractor mowing
Full-time 4WD front axle Full-time 4WD front axle

The full-time 4WD front axle provides a superior combination of traction and maneuverability. When the tractor is in a turn, the front wheels need to rotate faster because of the larger arc, compared to the rear wheels, they are traveling in. The hydrostatic front-wheel motors automatically increase the average travel speed of the front wheels when the tractor is in a turn.

The full-time 4WD system optimizes steering performance to provide maneuverability and trimming ability comparable to that of 2WD models, turning radius of 25 in. (63.5 cm) for two-wheel steer models and 21 in. (53.3 cm) for four- wheel steer models, with the added benefit of four-wheel traction.

Full-time 4WD front-wheel motors are powered by the same pressurized hydraulic fluid that powers the rear transaxle drive motor:

  • Hydraulic lines move the pressurized fluid from the rear axle to the front-wheel drive motors, located near the center of the front axle, after the oil has passed through the rear transaxle drive motor.
  • The two front wheel motors receive fluid in parallel so each gets the amount of fluid needed to enable different speeds during turns, similar to a differential assembly, and allow smooth turns.
  • Turning radius of tractors with full-time 4WD is the same as for 2WD models, and considerably less than the turning radius for tractors with mechanical 4WD.
  • Full-time 4WD functions in forward and reverse.
Control arm increases front-wheel speed in turns Control arm increases front-wheel speed in turns
Front-wheel drop-axle Front-wheel drop-axle
  • A control rod (looks similar to a steering drag link) adjusts the swash plate of the variable-speed wheel motors, so each wheel motor is operated at the optimum speed during turns to minimize tire scuffing and assist in making tight turns.
  • Front-wheel drop-axles provide extra-tight steering capability, improved ground clearance, and include speed-reduction gearing.
X730 Tractor mowing X730 Tractor mowing
Tilt steering wheel Tilt steering wheel

The tilt steering wheel can be adjusted for optimum operator comfort:

  • Six positions can be selected with the push of a lever for the most comfortable setting.
  • The full-up position makes getting on and off the tractor easy.
  • The steering wheel is designed for comfortable, no-slip operation.
Two-piece tilt-back seat
Seat has convenient tilt-back feature Seat has convenient tilt-back feature
Seat tilted forward Seat tilted forward

Two-piece, 21-in. (53-cm) high-back seat, with John Deere branded embroidery, has a thick seat cushion for lasting comfort, even after a full day of use. The back can be angled to maximize operator comfort by using a convenient lever on the side of the seat.

A four-bar adjustable seat suspension and 7-in. (18-cm) slide-rail fore-aft adjustment are provided to optimize operator comfort.

Optional armrest kit
Adjustable armrest option Adjustable armrest option
Left armrest in raised position Left armrest in raised position

Optional armrests increase operator support and comfort, thus reducing fatigue and improving productivity, especially when mowing for extended periods of time. Armrests are adjustable to suit the operator. The embroidered logo on the seat back makes this upscale seat look as good as it feels.

Optional air-ride suspension seat
Optional air-ride suspension seat Optional air-ride suspension seat
Seat pressure switch and fore-aft adjustment lever Seat pressure switch and fore-aft adjustment lever

The optional air-ride seat minimizes vibration the operator feels while using the tractor and provides a very smooth ride. This seat has a full pneumatic suspension that is easy for operators to adjust to suit their individual needs. Wide, shaped ergonomic cushions are comfortable and reduce back strain.
 
Features include:

  • Simple switch on the front of the seat makes adjustment easy
  • Back-angle adjustment
  • Three-position lumbar adjustment
  • Armrest height adjustment
  • 7-in. (18-cm) fore-aft adjustment

Key benefits of the seat:

  • Provides maximum ride comfort and quality, thus minimizing operator fatigue
  • Dampens lower frequency vibration better than mechanical suspensions

NOTE: The air-ride seat is compatible with all X700 Signature Series Tractors, model year 2013 and later (serial number 010,001-). Plug and play wiring harness for use with the air-ride suspension seat has been added to model year 2019 tractors (serial number 70,001-) to reduce seat-installation time. Model year 2013-2018 (serial number 010,001-070,000) requires AM146765 wiring harness. See CCMS solution 115258 for more information.

Foot pads
Foot pads Foot pads

Foot pads help isolate the operator's feet from vibration:

  • Provide a non-slip surface for safer mounting or dismounting the tractor
  • Attractive styling
Handgrips, toolbox, cup holder, and 12-V outlet
Toolbox and handgrip Toolbox and handgrip
Toolbox with cover open and cup holder Toolbox with cover open and cup holder

The fender handles provide a convenient handhold to use when getting on and off the tractor and when operating on slopes:

  • Plastic material is durable and will not rust.
  • The cup holder is designed to hold a variety of drink container sizes.
  • Toolbox provides a safe and convenient location to store tools and supplies.
  • Exact Adjust mower leveling tool and gauge storage features are provided in the tool box.
12-V outlet
12-V outlet 12-V outlet
12-V outlet with cover open 12-V outlet with cover open

12-V outlet located for the convenience of connecting a variety of electrical and electronic equipment:

  • Outlet switch is located on the dash for starting and stopping an electric spreader or sprayer.
Taillights, work lights, and backup lights Taillights, work lights, and backup lights

Rear lights provide visibility for the tractor operator and others:

  • Standard backup lights can be turned on full time to double as rear work lights.
  • Backup lights come on automatically when the operator depresses the reverse pedal.
Headlights and taillights provide good visibility
Two high-quality headlights Two high-quality headlights

Large, automotive-type headlights and taillights provide unsurpassed nighttime illumination:

  • Standard 37-W halogen headlights provide excellent nighttime visibility.
  • Large automotive-type taillights enhance the tractor's appearance and safety.
  • Headlights, taillights, and rear work lights are easily operated with a single dash-mounted switch.

An advantage of X700 Series Garden Tractors is their ability to use attachments for snow removal and a variety of other yard-care tasks.

The front quick-hitch mounting system allows for a tool-free change between the front blade, rotary broom, and snow blower. Additional attachments available for use with the equipment listed below include:

  • Quik-Tatch tractor frame weights to add ballast for traction and stability
    NOTE: Ballast is required for some applications.
  • Tire chains or TerraGrip traction belts for extra traction when using snow-removal equipment
  • Weather protection (shown below) for operator protection and comfort
47-in. (119-cm) and 54-in. (137-cm) Quick-Hitch Snow Blowers
47-in. (119-cm) Snow Blower, optional front light kit shown 47-in. (119-cm) Snow Blower, optional front light kit shown
54-in. (137-cm) Snow Blower, optional front light kit shown 54-in. (137-cm) Snow Blower, optional front light kit shown

NOTE: One drift knife is standard equipment; the second (shown in images above) is optional.

The 47-in. (119-cm) and 54-in. (137-cm) Snow Blowers have the capacity to handle big snow-removal jobs.

The front quick-hitch mounting system allows for a tool-free change between the front blade, rotary broom, and snow blower.

54-in. (137-cm) and 60-in. (152-cm) Quick-Hitch Front Blades
54-in. (137-cm) Quick-Hitch Front Blade 54-in. (137-cm) Quick-Hitch Front Blade
60-in. (152-cm) Quick-Hitch Front Blade 60-in. (152-cm) Quick-Hitch Front Blade

The 54-in. (137-cm) and 60-in. (152-cm) Front Blades are excellent for moving snow, gravel, dirt, sand, or other loose material. They can be hydraulically angled up to 27 degrees right or left or used in the straight-ahead position.

52-in. (132-cm) and 60-in. (152-cm) Rotary Brooms
52-in. (132-cm) Rotary Broom (shown with optional front light kit) 52-in. (132-cm) Rotary Broom (shown with optional front light kit)
60-in. (152-cm) Heavy-Duty Rotary Broom 60-in. (152-cm) Heavy-Duty Rotary Broom

The 52-in. (132-cm) and 60-in. (152-cm) Rotary Brooms increase tractor versatility by allowing use for a variety of sweeping jobs. The broom effectively meets the needs of commercial, farm, home, and estate operators with four-season versatility:

Spring 
Rotary brooms can be used to dethatch lawns and clean off tennis courts and other areas quickly and effectively.

Summer
Rotary brooms effectively perform a wide variety of sweeping jobs, including cleaning sidewalks, parking lots, driveways, construction job sites, and barns. They can also be used for backfilling trenches.

Fall 
Rotary brooms can be used to sweep leaves and windrow pine needles. They sweep artificial turf and clean up spectator areas after sporting events.

Winter 
Rotary brooms effectively move up to 2 in. (5 cm) of snow, which may eliminate the need for a snow thrower, depending on the geographic area.

42-in. (107-cm) and 47-in. (122-cm) Rotary Tillers
42-in. (107-cm) Hydraulic Rotary Tiller 42-in. (107-cm) Hydraulic Rotary Tiller
647 Rotary Tiller 647 Rotary Tiller

The 42-in. (107-cm) Hydraulic Tiller is a real time-saver in preparing seedbeds, controlling weeds, and other tillage jobs. Potential customers include homeowners, hospitals, schools, nurseries, estates, lawn and garden centers, etc. The hydraulic tiller is quieter, more powerful, and tills up to 6 in. (15 cm) of depth. This provides flexibility for jobs like sod breaking to conventional garden tilling.

A unique feature of the 42-in. (107-cm) Hydraulic Tiller is its ability to operate with either forward or reverse tine rotation. This provides flexibility for jobs from sod breaking to conventional garden tilling.

  • In forward tine rotation, the hydraulic motor is on the right side and the tines turn in the same direction as the tractor tires when the tractor travels forward for tilling most soil conditions, including soil already tilled and soft soil.
  • In reverse tine rotation, the hydraulic motor is on the left side and the tines turn in the opposite direction as the tractor tires when the tractor travels forward for tilling hard soils or sod.

The 647 Rotary Tiller is 47-in. (122-cm) wide and ideal for preparing seedbeds, controlling weeds, and other tillage jobs for homeowners, golf courses, hospitals, schools, and estates. It requires a tractor equipped with a Category 1, 3-point hitch and 540-rpm rear power take-off (PTO).

Weather enclosure and hard-side cab
Weather enclosure Weather enclosure
Hard-side cab Hard-side cab

The roomy steel-frame weather enclosure shields the operator against snow, rain, sun, and wind.

This hard-side cab is rollover protection structure (ROPS) certified for extra protection:

  • An electric front windshield wiper is included.
  • Optional attachments for the hard-side cab include a heater, heater disconnect kit, inside and outside mirrors, rear window wiper, strobe light, work lights, switch panel fuse block kit, and optional tractor alternators to provide extra capacity to operate the cab accessories.
Instrumentation and controls (switch turned off) Instrumentation and controls (switch turned off)
Gauges and indicator lights (switch turned on to illustrate functions) Gauges and indicator lights (switch turned on to illustrate functions)

The contoured dash has clean, attractive styling and ergonomic controls for easy use:

  • Controls are color coded for easy identification by the operator.
  • Controls are logically placed and easy to reach.
  • The power take-off (PTO) switch allows the operator to get fingers underneath it, like a T-handle, to pull up for easy activation.
  • The reverse implement option (RIO) switch is an easy-to-see and easy-to-use yellow button.
  • Cruise control activation is handled by an automotive-style button.
  • Functional design of the throttle control provides good appearance and a comfortable feel.
Display panel illustration with descriptions Display panel illustration with descriptions

The instrument display has the look and feel of a modern automobile. A power-up sequence cycles lights and gauges to indicate they are working:

  • Display features dark-cockpit design to minimize operator distractions.
  • Display is back lit for night visibility.
    • Night visibility is especially useful with snow blower use.
  • Hour meter makes it easy to tell when oil changes and other maintenance should be performed.
  • Electronic fuel gauge provides real-time fuel level information.
  • A tachometer graphically displays engine speed.
    • Target-zone graphics inform the operator of the engine speed range to use for best cut quality.
  • An indicator tells the operator when the PTO is operating.
  • Bright caution and stop lights capture the operator's attention when important information is on the instrument cluster.
    • Damage can be prevented and repair costs reduced by addressing problems early.
  • Operators are advised of what the problem is if they attempt to operate the mower with unsatisfied PTO, seat, or park brake interlocks.
    • The indicators are also useful to identify the reasons the PTO or engine may have shut off when an interlock is unsatisfied.
  • Operators are advised if battery voltage is low, normal, or excessive.
  • The service indicator light illuminates to indicate a diagnostic error code is stored.
    • On-board diagnostics provides trouble codes for use by trained technicians.
      • For example, a technician will be able to test switch functionality and circuit continuity without tools.
Twin Touch™ foot control is easy to use and has cruise control
Twin Touch foot control Twin Touch foot control
Cruise control Cruise control

Twin Touch foot pedals control the speed and direction of travel:

  • Automotive-type accelerator control for easy operation
  • Twin Touch design that allows operator to change direction without lifting foot off platform
  • Large pedal surface for increased operator comfort

When the master brake pedal is depressed, the PTO and cruise control disengage.

Cruise control is standard equipment:

  • To engage, push in on the cruise lever and hold until the foot is removed from the forward pedal.
  • For emergency stop, the cruise control can be released by pushing on the master brake pedal or pushing down on the forward pedal.
Differential lock
Differential lock control Differential lock control

A foot-operated differential lock supplies positive power to both rear drive wheels for increased traction:

  • Differential lock button is conveniently located on the left footrest for easy engagement.
Hydraulic power steering gives effortless control
X734 Tractor trimming around a tree X734 Tractor trimming around a tree
Power steering control valve Power steering control valve

Power steering is standard equipment. It provides effortless, automotive-like control:

  • Reduced operator fatigue
  • Better maneuverability
  • Increased productivity

 

Two-wheel steer (X730, X750)

Four-wheel steer (X734, X754)

Full-time four- wheel drive (X738, X758)

Full-time four-wheel drive with four- wheel steer (X739)

 

Turning radius

25 in. (63.5

cm)

21 in. (53.3

cm)

25 in. (63.5 cm)

 21 in. (53.3 cm)

Uncut circle radius (60- in. (152-cm) mower deck)

28 in. (71.1

cm)

6 in. (15.2

cm)

28 in. (71.1 cm)

6 in. (15.2 cm)

Turns lock-to-lock left

2.4

2.5

2.3

2.2

Turns lock-to-lock right

2.4

2.5

3.1

2.8

Two-function hydraulics give effortless control of equipment
Dual hydraulic control levers Dual hydraulic control levers

A two-function hydraulic control system is standard equipment.

The hydraulic system allows effortless equipment control:

  • Raising and lowering
  • Angling and spout rotation
  • Control levers
    • Levers are positioned on the steering pedestal for quick, easy, and precise fingertip control of equipment.
    • Lower lever has a float position, allowing front-mounted equipment such as a blade, snow blower, or rotary broom to follow the contour of the ground.
Parking brake control
Controls shaped and located for easy use Controls shaped and located for easy use
Park brake control and brake pedal Park brake control and brake pedal

The parking brake control is conveniently located below the key switch on the steering pedestal:

  • Holds the brake pedal securely in the locked position

Depressing the brake pedal disengages the PTO and cruise control:

  • Allows the engine to be started 
  • Applies wet-disk brakes (internal in transmission) for use as a parking brake
Mower deck height-of-cut control
Mower deck height-of-cut control Mower deck height-of-cut control
Exact Adjust ports Exact Adjust ports

The depth stop allows setting the mower height from the operator's seat:

  • Locks the mower in fully raised position so 3-point hitch equipment can be raised or lowered independently of the mower
  • Returns mower deck to the same preset height each time it is lowered
  • Provides a mower cut-height range from 1 in. to 5.25 in. (2.5 cm to 13.3 cm) 
  • Informs the operator of the approximate mower cut-height through an indicator

Exact Adjust ports on either side of the fender deck allow access to the rear mower deck height adjusting links:

  • Allow mower deck to be easily leveled side-to-side
  • Leveling can be done from above the fender deck by using the Exact Adjust tool
Exact Adjust
Exact Adjust tool and mower leveling gauge Exact Adjust tool and mower leveling gauge

Exact Adjust tool and mower deck leveling gauge are stored in the toolbox to provide a convenient means of checking and adjusting the deck level:

  • Used in conjunction with Exact Adjust ports for easy and accurate leveling of the mower deck for optimum mowing performance
Deck-leveling gauge placed under deck Deck-leveling gauge placed under deck
Using included ball-hex tool to level mower deck Using included ball-hex tool to level mower deck

Consult the operator's manual for the correct adjusting procedure. Basic adjusting steps to properly level the mower deck include:

  • Park the tractor on a level surface.
  • Inflate tires to the correct pressure.
  • Consult the label for the cutting-height knob that is located on the console of the machine. This label shows deck-leveling position and location of deck-leveling adjustment points.
  • Set mower cutting-height knob to the correct deck-leveling position.
  • Adjust mower wheels as necessary so they do not contact the ground surface.
  • Remove the onboard deck-leveling gauge and Exact Adjust tool that are located in the tractor toolbox.
  • Using the Exact Adjust ports and tool, adjust mower deck side-to-side level so the deck-leveling gauge just slips under the left and right lower deck rim. The location of adjustment points will vary slightly between decks.
    • Left- and right-rear adjustment points are under the deck rim near the rear mower wheels.
  • Adjust mower deck front-to-back level, if necessary.
    • Loosen rear nuts equally on each side of front lift rod.
    • Turn front nut equally on each side clockwise to raise front of mower or counterclockwise to lower it until gauge just slips under the front adjustment point.
      • Front adjustment point varies by mower deck
    • Tighten rear nuts after adjustment is complete.
  • Return the gauge and tool to their storage position in the toolbox.

NOTE: The adjusting tool supplied with the tractor is an 8-mm ball-hex key. The rounded end allows for some misalignment with the bolt as the deck is adjusted.

Hydraulic outlets Hydraulic outlets

Four hydraulic couplers with color-coded covers are available for quick, easy connections.

Functional and attractive design includes alloy wheels Functional and attractive design includes alloy wheels
Styled hood and seat Styled hood and seat

John Deere Signature Series are the very best mowing tractors available and can also handle a wide range of other yard care chores, such as snow removal, lawn cleanup, and landscaping work. These heavy-duty tractors include models with two-wheel drive (2WD) and four-wheel drive (4WD), two- and four-wheel steering, and even a model with full-time 4WD and four-wheel steering.

Standard equipment styled alloy wheels and John Deere brand embroidery:

  • Standard equipment styled alloy wheels give X700 Series Tractors a fresh, upscale appearance that goes well with their high-quality standards and superior performance.
  • John Deere brand embroidery has been added to the standard equipment 21-in. (53-cm) two-piece adjustable seat to make it look as good as it feels.

The open platform is roomy and uncluttered:

  • Makes getting on and off the tractor easy
  • Provides ample legroom with built-in heel pockets for comfortable operation

The single-piece hood completely encloses the engine:

  • Improves appearance
  • Provides quieter operation
  • Easy to remove for service accessibility
  • Painted hood 
    • More scratch and scuff resistant than molded-in color
    • Deep scratches repairable with paint
Important advantages for superior mowing performance and equipment versatility
X730 Tractor mowing X730 Tractor mowing
X754 Tractor mowing X754 Tractor mowing

Available mower decks include a 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep™ Mower Deck or 54-in. (137-cm) or 60-in. (152-cm) Edge™ High-Capacity Mower Deck. All mowers have premium design features to give a clean, level cut and excellent performance, whether side discharging, mulching, or collecting lawn material.

X700 Signature Series Tractors offer these important performance advantages:

  • Heavy-duty robotically welded frame for the strength to operate a wide variety of equipment
  • Plenty of engine horsepower and torque to operate larger equipment
  • Electronic fuel injection (X730, X734, X738, X739)
    • Fast and sure starts
    • Better fuel economy than carbureted engines
    • Reduced emissions
  • Diesel models (X750, X754, X758)
    • Increased durability
    • Improved fuel economy
    • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier 4 compliant
  • Easy-to-operate Twin Touch™ foot-controlled hydrostatic transmission
  • Power steering for quick, precise control
  • Four-wheel drive for optimum traction in any use and ground condition (X738 and X758)
  • Four-wheel steering for unsurpassed trimming ability (X734 and X754)
  • Full-time four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering for unsurpassed traction, maneuverability, and trimming ability (X739)
  • Differential lock for increased traction control
  • Hydraulic power take-off (PTO) clutch with soft, modulated engagement
  • Shaft-driven equipment versus a belt drive
  • Shaft-driven transmission versus a belt drive
  • Automotive-type dash instrument cluster with gauges and indicator lights
  • Two-spool hydraulic control valve with outlets
  • From-the-seat adjustable mower depth stop with gauge
  • Exact Adjust mower-leveling feature with onboard gauge and adjusting tool
  • Automotive-type headlights and taillights
  • Optional 540-rpm rear PTO
  • Optional limited Category 1 3-point hitch for rear-mounted equipment
Frame is full-length welded steel for strength
Full-length welded steel frame Full-length welded steel frame

The full-length, welded C-channel steel frame provides plenty of strength to handle heavy equipment:

  • Frame side rails are formed from 7-gauge, 0.18-in. (4.6-mm) steel for extra strength.
  • The front bumper/weight bracket is formed from heavy, 0.375-in. (9.5-mm) steel.

The frame is robotically metal inert gas (MIG) welded:

  • Consistent welds for maximum strength
  • No bolts to come loose

A front Quik-Tatch weight bracket is designed into the frame:

  • Provides a convenient way to add up to 168 lb (76 kg) of weight to the front of the tractor using four suitcase weights
  • Extends ahead of the hood to act as a bumper
Front receiver hitch Front receiver hitch
Optional drawbar/ball mount and hitch ball shown Optional drawbar/ball mount and hitch ball shown

A front receiver hitch is designed into the frame:

  • Optional drawbar/ball mount and hitch balls are available.
  • Excellent for positioning trailers, boats, etc., in tight quarters.

An optional rear receiver hitch is available.

Front axle and wheel spindles are heavy duty
Heavy-duty cast-iron front axle (2WD shown) Heavy-duty cast-iron front axle (2WD shown)
Heavy-duty cast front axle (4WD shown) Heavy-duty cast front axle (4WD shown)

The front axles are made of strong, shock-resistant cast iron:

  • Will not bend or deform, as is possible with steel-fabricated axles
  • Replaceable bushings are used at the center axle pivot and spindles
    • Provide excellent wear resistance
    • Easy service and maintenance with grease fittings
1-in. (2.5-cm) diameter front-wheel spindle (2WD) 1-in. (2.5-cm) diameter front-wheel spindle (2WD)
Cast-iron front spindle/wheel motor (4WD) Cast-iron front spindle/wheel motor (4WD)

The 2WD tractors use large, 1-in. (2.5-cm) diameter wheel spindles for durability:

  • Have the strength to handle heavy front implements
  • Provide long life at bearing surfaces
  • Use sealed precision bearings in the front wheels for long life

The 4WD tractors use heavy-duty cast and machined front spindle and wheel motor assemblies for durability and long life.

 

Using reverse implement option (RIO)
Power take-off (PTO)/RIO switch (yellow switch) Power take-off (PTO)/RIO switch (yellow switch)
Left-hand RIO switch (yellow button) Left-hand RIO switch (yellow button)

CAUTION: Children or bystanders may be injured by rotating blades. Before traveling forward or rearward:

  • Carefully check the area around the machine.
  • Disengage the mower before backing up.

NOTE: Backing up while the mower is engaged is strongly discouraged. RIO should be used only when operating another attachment or when the operator deems it necessary to reposition the machine with the mower engaged.

      1. Stop forward travel.
      2. Look behind the machine to be sure there are no bystanders.
      3. Push and hold in the RIO switch while depressing the reverse pedal slightly
        NOTE: If the mower or other attachment stops while repositioning the machine, return the attachment engagement switch to the off position. Start the engine and engage mower or other attachment. Begin again with step 2.
      4. Release the RIO switch and reposition the machine as the machine begins to move rearward.
      5. Resume forward travel. The mower or other attachment should continue operating.
      6. Repeat procedure to position the machine again.

NOTE: For tractors equipped with an optional front PTO kit installed, the front implements will rotate while backing up without engaging RIO.

Interlock switches

The hydrostatic transmission foot pedals must be in neutral, with brake depressed, PTO disengaged, and the ignition key used, before the tractor will start.

Once the tractor is running, the engine automatically shuts off if the operator leaves the seat with the PTO engaged, brake pedal unlocked, or hydrostatic foot controls out of the neutral position.

Serviceability is convenient with easy-open hood
One-piece hood is easy to open and remove One-piece hood is easy to open and remove
Service interval decal located under hood Service interval decal located under hood

The one-piece hood opens easily to permit checking and servicing the engine:

  • A service-interval decal is provided inside the tractor hood for convenience when servicing the tractor.
Hood pivot and wiring connector Hood pivot and wiring connector
Hood removed for service Hood removed for service

If necessary to do more extensive service, the hood can easily be completely removed without tools:

  • Wiring connector allows headlight wiring to be easily disconnected.
  • Hood can be raised off pivots and easily removed without use of any tools.
Radiator screen pulls out for easy cleaning Radiator screen pulls out for easy cleaning
Deck-leveling gauge and tool stored in tractor toolbox Deck-leveling gauge and tool stored in tractor toolbox

A screen keeps material from building up on the radiator and can be easily removed for cleaning.

A convenient deck-leveling gauge and Exact Adjust tool are provided:

  • Exact Adjust tool and mower deck leveling gauge are stored in the toolbox to provide a convenient means of checking and adjusting the deck level.
    • Used in conjunction with Exact Adjust ports for easy and accurate leveling of the mower deck for optimum mowing performance
X730 Tractor mowing X730 Tractor mowing
MulchControl handle (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] Mower Deck) MulchControl handle (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] Mower Deck)

The optional MulchControl system makes mulching more practical for many mowing situations because it not only does an excellent job of mulching, but it also allows the mower to be easily converted for times when it is more desirable to side discharge or collect the lawn material. Advantages of mulching grass clippings include:

  • Creates a beautiful looking lawn
  • Smaller grass clippings disappear into the lawn canopy
  • Reduces fertilizer needs
  • Grass clippings are not blown onto the operator, driveways, or flower beds
  • No need to dispose of bags of clippings
How MulchControl works
MulchControl baffle open (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] High-Capacity Mower Deck) MulchControl baffle open (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] High-Capacity Mower Deck)
MulchControl baffle closed (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] High-Capacity Mower Deck) MulchControl baffle closed (shown on 60-in. [152-cm] High-Capacity Mower Deck)

MulchControl is an innovative, simple design that is easy to use and maintain:

  • The MulchControl system includes an adjustable MulchControl baffle near the discharge chute and fixed baffles to control the flow of material under the deck.
  • The MulchControl handle, or a hydraulic actuator, is on top of the mower deck and is used to open and close the MulchControl baffle.
  • When the MulchControl baffle is open, most of the material flows freely out the discharge deflector or into a material collection system.
  • When the MulchControl baffle is closed, material stays within the deck and gets chopped into mulch and deposited in the turf.

MulchControl is well-suited to the following mowing situations:

  • For operators who usually mulch, but side discharge when grass gets too long
  • For operators who usually side discharge, but would like to close the chute to control clippings in some areas
  • For operators who always mulch a main lawn, but often side discharge secondary lawns
  • For operators who collect clippings but want to go farther before emptying the material collection system

MulchControl puts the operator in control of the clippings.

Hydraulic MulchControl actuator option (model year 2019 and newer 54 HC and 60 HC Mowers Decks only)

An optional hydraulic MulchControl actuator is available to shift the MulchControl baffle using the tractor’s hydraulic control lever. Operators can convert between modes without interrupting the mowing process, making it possible to change between modes:

  • When approaching driveways or flowerbeds where clippings would be undesirable
  • When a breeze blows clippings back onto the operator
  • For side discharge mowing only the areas of the property where grass is too thick for mulching
  • For collecting only the areas of the property where grass is too tall or thick for mulching
MulchControl limitations

While in the side-discharge mode, MulchControl still mulches about one third of the material. Therefore, the side-discharge mode is essentially a partial-mulch mode. This can be an advantage when side discharging or bagging, as it helps to reduce the amount of material being discharged. Other times this could work as a disadvantage:

  • When cutting strong southern grasses, such as Zoysia and Bermuda
  • When cutting in wet, high-growth conditions, such as those found in the Pacific Northwest United States
  • When optimum bagging and lawn cleanup is desired

The MulchControl baffle can be opened or closed with the Power Flow™ blower installed. The Power Flow blower runs without material when the baffle is closed.

MulchControl compatibility

Each MulchControl system is an optional field-installed attachment and includes everything needed for handle actuation: baffles, handle, and mulch blades. If desired the optional hydraulic actuator needs to be ordered separately.

MulchControl is compatible with model year 2013 and newer X700 Signature Series Tractors (serial number 10,001-) with one of the following mower decks:

  • 9077M 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep Mower Deck
  • Model year 2015 to 2018 9074M 54-in. (137-cm) or 9075M 60-in. (152-cm) High Capacity Mower Deck (serial number 030,001-070,000)
  • Model year 2019 and newer 9078M 54-in. (137-cm) or 9079M 60-in. (152-cm) High Capacity Mower Deck (serial number 070,001-)

Optional hydraulic MulchControl actuator (BUC10536) is available for model year 2019 and newer 9078M 54-in. (137-cm) or 9079M 60-in. (152-cm) High Capacity Mower Deck (serial number 070,001-). Mower must be equipped with a basic MulchControl attachment:

  • Hydraulic MulchControl is not available for the 9077M 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep Mower Deck.
Order:

BUC10705 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep MulchControl

BM26300 54-in. (137-cm) High Capacity MulchControl

BM25258 60-in. (152-cm) High Capacity MulchControl

BUC10536 Hydraulic MulchControl actuator

Power Flow blower and chute Power Flow blower and chute
7-bu (247-L), two-bag Power Flow hopper 7-bu (247-L), two-bag Power Flow hopper
14-bu (500-L), three-bag Power Flow hopper 14-bu (500-L), three-bag Power Flow hopper
19-bu (670-L) MC519 Power Flow cart 19-bu (670-L) MC519 Power Flow cart

The 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep™ (48A) Mower Deck, 48-in. (122-cm) Edge™ Xtra Mower,* and 54-in. (137-cm) and 60-in. (152-cm) Edge High Capacity (HC) Mowers use a high-performance Power Flow blower to collect material into a variety of material collection systems:

Features are as follows:

  • Blower is hinged to provide easy installation.
  • Blower is easy to swing out for easy cleanout.
  • Blower fan runs in a clockwise direction (viewed from the right side) to efficiently move material up the chute.

The Power Flow blower works well with either the standard mower blades or the mulching blades.

Each of the John Deere material collection systems has durable construction for long life in homeowner or commercial applications.

*NOTE: The three-bag, 14-bu (493-L) Power Flow is not compatible with a X729, X739, or X749 Tractor equipped with a 48X Mower Deck because the chute can contact the rear tire in a turn. However, it is compatible with the 48 Accel Deep (48A) Mower because the increased deck height and the height of its Power Flow blower housing lift the chute high enough to clear the wheel and fender with the three-bag hopper installed.

X730 Tractor with 48A Mower Deck X730 Tractor with 48A Mower Deck
48A Mower Deck 48A Mower Deck

The 48-in. (122-cm) Accel Deep Mower Deck is a stamped-steel, deep, flat-top design that delivers excellent cut quality, productivity, cleanliness, durability, and versatility. Optimal performance and dispersion of clippings is provided, even at faster mowing speeds or in tall grass:

  • 4.83-in. (12.3-cm) depth throughout the entire deck shell for optimum mowing, mulching, and bagging performance
    • Optional MulchControl™ system provides superior mulching performance and versatility.
  • Stamped-steel design eliminates sharp edges and corners where material can build up and diminish mowing performance
  • Mower deck is suspended from the vehicle for a smooth and level cut
    • Adjustable mower wheels, positioned just above ground level, help reduce scalping
  • 0.25-in. (6.4-mm) cut-height increments allow the mower to be set at the desired cut height
  • Compatible with high-performance Power Flow™ material collection systems
  • For use on X730, X734, X738, X739, X750, X754, and X758

NOTE: The 9077M 48A Mower Deck requires a standard connect or auto connect attachment (similar to 54 HC and 60 HC Mower Decks). Unlike the 54 HC and 60 HC, the shaft drive 48A Mower Deck is not a drive-over deck. Operators can rotate the mower wheels 90 degrees and roll the 48A Mower Deck under an X700 Signature Series Tractor and utilize the auto connect to connect the power take-off (PTO) shaft.

Excellent cut quality
48A Mower Deck top 48A Mower Deck top
48A Mower Deck underside 48A Mower Deck underside

Deep mower-deck stamping gives excellent cut quality. It allows the cut and suspended material room to exit the deck without getting recut:

  • Reducing the amount of recutting enables more power to be used to cut incoming grass, which greatly improves mower capacity.
    • Helps maintain excellent cut quality at faster mowing speeds
  • Clean flow of material out of discharge area prevents cut material from interfering with cutting the incoming grass, making it possible for the blades to cut incoming material cleanly.
  • Even in mulching mode, cut evenness is improved compared to other designs because the additional depth allows for continuous circulation, optimal recutting, and an even distribution of clippings.
  • Exact Adjust deck-leveling system allows for easy and accurate leveling of the mower deck
Productivity - getting the job done fast
Right side of Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X380 Tractor) Right side of Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X380 Tractor)

Deep mower-deck stamping gives high productivity, which gets the job done fast. It allows the cut and suspended material room to exit the deck quickly, reducing the amount of recutting so more power is available to process incoming grass:

  • Greatly improves mowers capacity to maintain excellent mowing performance in difficult mowing conditions and at higher speeds

Large discharge opening is both high and wide to handle more material:

  • Gives a smooth, even discharge of clippings at all mowing speeds
  • Reduces the chance of plugging, especially important when operating in wet, thick, or dense grass and when bagging
  • The 48A Power Flow blower has an inlet housing with over 50 percent greater area than the 48X Power Flow blower used on previous machines.
Cleanliness - for the mower and the operator
Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X380 Tractor) Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X380 Tractor)
Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X300 Series Tractor) Accel Deep 48A Mower Deck (shown on X300 Series Tractor)

The flat-top shape of the deck stamping is optimal for keeping itself and the operator clean:

  • There are few places to catch and hold material on top and underneath the deck.
    • Top of deck stays cleaner, reducing time and effort needed for cleaning and service
    • Underside of deck is self-cleaning to maintain optimum performance without buildup of material to interfere with the flow of air and clippings
    • Less need to clean and remove buildup of material from the underside of the deck
  • The depth of the Accel Deep mower deck minimizes the amount of material that escapes from the front of the deck.
    • Limited amount of material drifts onto the operator and mower deck.
    • Even for material discharged out the chute, less recutting results in larger pieces that are less likely to end up on the operator.
    • Mulching prevents the discharge of material completely and MulchControl makes mulching a practical solution for most mowing situations.

Cleaning a mower deck, both top and bottom, is one of the most frequent maintenance activities:

  • The flat-top design reduces places for material to build up and makes material that does collect easy to remove.
Mower wash port Mower wash port
Mower wash port with hose connector Mower wash port with hose connector

A wash port is provided to make cleaning the underside of the mower deck easy.

  • Hose connector is included with the mower deck.
Superior durability is designed in
Spindle pocket with flip-up cover Spindle pocket with flip-up cover
Easy-to-adjust mower wheel and mower side reinforcement Easy-to-adjust mower wheel and mower side reinforcement

The 48A Mower Deck has strong spindle pockets to keep the blades aligned, even after years of tough service:

  • Stamped from strong 10-gauge, 0.135-in. (3.4-mm) steel
  • Ribs in the deck shell add strength where it is needed.
  • The 48A has a 23 percent heavier overall weight than the Edge™ Xtra 48-in. (122-cm) Mower Deck used on previous machines.

Mower wheels are heavy duty:

  • Provides greater strength and durability for longer, trouble-free life.
  • Setting wheels to the correct height for the cutting height is quick and easy.

The 48A Mower Deck features a 5/8-in. (16-mm) diameter solid-steel rod side bumper that provides extra strength and protection.

Dual-stage E-coat and powder-paint coatings provide extra protection from rust.

Versatility - easy to change between side discharge, mulch, and bagging modes

The 48A Mower Deck is designed for maximum versatility, providing the greatest ease in changing from one mower discharge mode to another:

  • With the optional MulchControl system installed (along with the special mulching blades), changing from side discharge to mulching or vice versa is done with the simple flip of a lever.
    • It is not necessary to change blades when changing discharge modes because the mulching blades are designed for side discharge as well.
  • The Power Flow rear bagger can be used with MulchControl by simply placing the MulchControl lever in the side-discharge position.
Power Flow material collection systems
Optional 7-bu (247-L) two-bag Power Flow rear bagger shown Optional 7-bu (247-L) two-bag Power Flow rear bagger shown
Power Flow blower (shown on X300 Series Tractor) Power Flow blower (shown on X300 Series Tractor)

A variety of material collection systems is available for use with the Power Flow blower:

  • 7-bu (247-L) two-bag Power Flow rear bagger
  • 14-bu (493-L) three-bag Power Flow rear bagger
  • 19-bu (670-L) MC519 Cart

The Power Flow blower and chute are easy to install. The Power Flow blower swings out for easy cleanout and cleanup.

Mower blades

Side-discharge blades can be used with the Power Flow system when bagging.

Mulching blades are included with the optional MulchControl system. They can be used for mulching, side discharging, and bagging.

 

Mower blade use chart

Mode(s) of operation

Mower blade

Side discharging mode only 

Side-discharge blade (shipped with mower) 

Mulching mode only

Mulching blade (shipped with MulchControl)

Side discharge and mulching

Mulching blade (shipped with MulchControl)

Bagging

Either side-discharge or mulching blade

MowerPlus app screen MowerPlus app screen
MowerPlus app maintenance screen MowerPlus app maintenance screen

Keep a John Deere riding lawn mower running its best and know how it mows with the John Deere MowerPlus app. Simply scan the lawn tractor’s barcode to get custom information. The app helps determine the best time to mow, communicates expert pre-mow tips, offers maintenance reminders, and provides walk-through guides.

Look for the MowerPlus app on the mobile device’s app store.

The app supports residential lawn equipment such as 100 Series, S240, X300, X500, X700, Z200 through Z600, and many similarly-sized older products. It does not presently support tractor models numbered 1000 and larger, such as 1025R.

NOTE: Some product image variation may exist.

Specifications


Key Specs x739-lawn-tractor
Current Model
Engine power25.5 hp
19 kW
Engine manufacturer/modelFD750D EFI
Transaxle typeK90 hydrostatic integrated with transaxle
Transaxle controlTwin Touch™ pedals
Rear tires26x12-12 HDAP
Steering typeHydraulic power
Lift system typeTwo-function hydraulic
Cutting widthAccel Deep™ mower deck, 48 in.
122 cm
High capacity mower deck, 54, 60 in.
137, 152 cm
U.S. warranty4 year/700 hour bumper-to-bumper** (**Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JohnDeere.com or JohnDeere.ca/TUWarranty for details.)
Engine
Power25.5 hp
19 kW
Displacement45.5 cu in.
745 cc
Manufacturer/modelFD750D EFI
TypeElectronic fuel injection (EFI), overhead valve, full-pressure lube, oil filter
CylindersV-twin, cast-iron liners
GovernorMechanical
Choke/speed controlNo choke required
Cooling methodLiquid
Air cleanerDry, replaceable with foam precleaner
Oil drainNo tools
Fuel system
TypeGasoline
Fuel deliveryElectronic fuel injection
Fuel gaugeGauge on dash
Fuel tank locationRear
Fuel fill openingOn left fender, 3 in.
7.6 cm
Fuel tank capacity5.2 U.S. gal.
19.7 L
Electrical system
Battery12 V
300 CCA
Charging systemFlywheel alternator, regulated, 20 amp
Engine starterSolenoid shift
HourmeterYes
HeadlightsTwo standard, halogen, 37 W
Taillights or reflectorTaillights
Backup lightsYes
Rear work lightsYes
12-V outletYes
Transaxle
TypeK90 hydrostatic integrated with transaxle
ControlTwin Touch™ pedals
Cruise controlYes
Oil coolerYes
Oil filterReplaceable suction side 10 micron
Differential lockStandard
Forward speed0-8.5 mph
0-13.7 km/h
Reverse speed0-6 mph
0-9.7 km/h
BrakesInternal wet disc
Chassis
FrameWelded heavy-duty
Primer/paintE-coat/powder
Weight bracketStandard front - holds up to four Quik-Tatch weights, 42 lb
19 kg
Receiver hitchYes, front
Front axleJDM BA8 nodular iron casting
Spindle bushings
Front tires18x8.5-10 HDAP
Rear tires26x12-12 HDAP
Hood materialNoryl GTX902, painted
Fender deck materialRIM with in-mold paint
Floor matsSure-grip rubber
StorageCovered toolbox
Service interval decalYes
Fender handles/gripsHandles
Cup holderYes
Equipment mountingOptional category 1 3-point hitch
Steering
TypeHydraulic power
Four-wheel steerYes
Steering wheel14 in.
35.6 cm
Tilt steering wheelStandard, six position
Turning radius21 in.
53.3 cm
Uncut circle radius54 HC, 10 in.
25.4 cm
60 HC, 6 in.
15.2 cm
Seat
TypeTwo piece professional high back
Seat back height21 in.
53.3 cm
ArmrestsOptional
Fore-aft adjustmentWhile seated, slide rail, 14-position, 7 in.
17.8 cm
Seat suspensionSix-position parallel arm
Lift system
TypeTwo-function hydraulic
Hydraulic outletsFour, standard
Mower cut height1-5.25 in.
2.5-13.3 cm
Cut height increments0.25 in.
0.64 cm
Preset cut heightYes
Mower deck
TypeSide discharge
Cutting widthAccel Deep™ mower deck, 48 in.
122 cm
High capacity mower deck, 54, 60 in.
137, 152 cm
ConstructionStamped steel deck shell
Mower deck material48A, 10 gauge
0.135 in.
3.4 mm
54 HC and 60 HC, 9 gauge
0.15 in.
3.8 mm
Mower wash portYes
Mower drive systemHydraulic clutch, shaft
Mower wheelsFour
Mower wheel adjustmentSpring-loaded pin
Mower level adjustmentExact Adjust ports and onboard deck-leveling gauge
Mower attachability
TypeRoll under tractor (48A)
Drive-over deck (54, 60 HC)
Front draft armsOvercenter
Rear draft armsV-align
Mower wheels rotateYes, 90 degrees for easy mower removal (48A), N/A (54 HC, 60 HC)
Drive systemShaft or AutoConnect
Safety
Meets ANSI standardYes
Meets OPEI standardYes
Backup protectionReverse Implement Option (RIO)
Safety videoYes
Buyer's notes
NotesHydraulic modulated PTO clutch for smooth mower and implement engagement
One-piece hood for easy engine access
540 rpm rear PTO and 3-point hitch options available
Warranty4 year/700 hour bumper-to-bumper** (**Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JohnDeere.com or JohnDeere.ca/TUWarranty for details.)
Optional equipment
Mowers48A, 54 HC, 60 HC
Rear bagger7, 14, 19 bu
250, 500, 670 L
Powered material collectionPower Flow, 7, 14, 19 bu
250, 500, 670 L
Mulching systemYes, MulchControl™
Front thatcher38, 46, 54 in.
96.5, 116.8, 137.2 cm
Front blade54 in.
137.2 cm
Mid-mount blade
Snow blowerTwo-stage, 47, 54 in.
119.4, 137.2 cm
Rotary broom52, 60 in.
132.1, 152.4 cm
Rotary tiller42, 48 in.
106.7, 121.9 cm
Sleeve hitch
3-point hitchCategory 1
Rear power take-off (PTO)540 rpm
Plow, moldboardAdjustable, 8-14 in.
20.3-35.6 cm
Box scraper48 in.
121.9 cm
CultivatorAdjustable, 30-46 in.
76.2-116.8 cm
Rear blade60 in.
152.4 cm
Disk harrowAdjustable, 42-52 in.
106.7-132.1 cm
Landscape rake60 in.
152.4 cm
SprayerTow-behind, 15, 25, 45 U.S. gal.
56.8, 94.6, 170.3 L
Mounted, 25 U.S. gal.
94.6 L
SpreaderTow-behind, 125, 175 lb
57.7, 79.4 kg
Mounted, 125 lb
57.7 kg
Front bumperStandard bumper/weight bracket
Brush guardYes
Weather protectionHard-side cab, weather enclosure
Sun canopy
Rear receiver hitch1.25x1.25 in.
3.18x3.18 cm
Bucket holderYes, double bucket
Grass stripingGrass groomer kit, 48-in. (122-cm) mower only
Tractor shovel54 in.
137.2 cm
Front loaderNot available
Other equipment
Tow-behind tools21
Dimensions
Height51.2 in.
130 cm
Overall length75 in.
190.5 cm
Wheelbase55.7 in.
141.5 cm
Width with mower48A, 62.5 in.
159 cm
54 HC, 64.5 in.
163.8 cm
60 HC, 74 in.
188 cm
Width with mower (deflector raised for storage)48A, 53.6 in.
136 cm
54 HC, 57.5 in.
146.1 cm
60 HC, 62 in.
157.5 cm
Width without mower48 in.
121.9 cm
WeightNo fuel or mower, 1,045 lb
474 kg

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Reviews

4.53

47 reviews

Rating Snapshot

36
6
1
1
2
4.36
4.6
4.7

A Premium Machine in all Respects

5/5

I've owned my x739 for one year now. At first, I worried that I should have skipped the 4WS and bought the diesel for more torque. No regrets now. This machine is a billy goat mowing steep hills and brambles, has power to spare, and looks and rides like the premium machine it is. Before purchasing, I test drove the 300 and 500 series. After I climbed on the 700 series, I never looked back. It simply in a class by itself in terms of ride, quality feel, and performance. With its wide stance, mag wheels, and overall performance look, it reminds me of a fine sports car. I smile every minute I'm on it. I live on a hilly property with lots of fir and oak trees. The x739 with its 4WS is incredibly maneuverable. I can't imagine going back to a conventional mower. I also have a 1025R and I would not ever take it on some of these slopes, not matter how slow or careful. But with the x739, the stance is so wide and stable that there is never a feeling that the machine will tip or lose traction and I hit these hills fast and with little concern.. It's got lots of power. I've used it to drag fallen trees, tow a DR leave mulching machine, and tow a harrow in our horse arena. The AWD is essential on hills and I no longer have a pucker factor on steep descents. Yes, it's expensive, but it's probably the last mower you will ever buy and you will be glad you made the investment every time you use it. I only have two complaints. The 54" drive over deck is tricky to put on and take off. I have yet to get good at it. And I invested in the hydraulic mulch control, but the design is not as sturdy as it should be and it is tricky to keep adjusted. I've since stopped using it.

Pros

Cons

RPSdeereowner

From: Salem, Oregon

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Beast

5/5

My x739 is a real pleasure to use. Thank you to John Deere for standing behind their products. My first x739 had issues and they promptly replaced it with a brand new one. I have put 53 hours on my new one and I would recommend it to anyone needing a serious lawn tractor. The four wheel steering is absolutely great. GREEN will always be the best here! Thank you John Deere!

Pros

Cons

coachwil

From: Sevierville Tennessee

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

Best all around lawn mower made

5/5

Over the years I have owned many different models of this type starting with the x575. Currently own a 2010 x729 with over 2000hrs on it. No engine or hydro issues. A 2017 x739 with 600 hrs and no problems. Both used for mowing and snow removal. Does a nice job mowing and in the snow they are better than can be explained. With either a snow plow , snow blower or snow broom, they handle the job with ease. These types of mowers may cost more at the start, but keep their value for years to come. In my opinion they are one of the best engineered pieces of equipment made by anyone.

Pros

  • handy
  • reliable
  • built to last
  • value over time
  • accessories

Cons

  • small gas tank
  • moisture in dash at times

snow

From: Northfield mn

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Great power.

5/5

Unbelievable! This is my 3rd JD AWS mower I have owned. By far the best ride I have ever had. It is the Cadillac of mowers. Can’t wait to hook up the JD snowblower to the front this winter.

Pros

  • engine power.
  • smoothness

Cons

  • burns alot of fuel.

Schoon

From: Shorewood,IL

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Cool

5/5

My only recommendation is make something like a x760 that has a diesel 4x4 4 wheel steer over all I like this mower

Pros

  • pretty much everything

Cons

  • nothing

Kska72

From: SoutH jersey

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

wortH every penny.

5/5

This is a mower that will last and make the job of mowing the lawn fun again.

Pros

  • 4 wheel steering

Cons

  • price

Bobtinkis

From: Dallas

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Great combination of features!

5/5

I have owned many John Deere products over the years, Tractors, Gators and a 445 Riding Mower that lasted me 24 years. When the 4 wheel steer and 4WD came out on this unit I knew it was time to trade. Engine power is fine and it mowes thick grass with ease. The turning radius is not as tight as a zero turn but is way better than the vast majority of riders on the market. I use this lawn tractor for other things as well and it handles all jobs with relative ease. I miss the gauges on my 445, digital is fine but not as user friendly as the actual guages. The rider belt pulleys are way easier to clean out than the older models. The pulley guards do tend to rattle when mowing though. All in all, a great lawn tractor for the money....even though it is not cheap, you certainly get what you pay for!

Pros

  • plenty of power
  • awd 4wd
  • turns great
  • lots of traction

Cons

  • belt pulley guards
  • digital guages

Grassslayer

From: Central missouri

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

This tractor is a must

5/5

If you do regular lawn work or landscaping businesses distracted can do it all mowing brush cutting tilling plowing snow blowing etc the tractor is reliable and is a smooth runner has optimal traction in the worst of conditions I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is willing to spend 14000 on a tractor I will definitely buy another one of these when this one goes out if this thing does go out very very proud John Deere owner

Pros

  • ease-of-use
  • controls are easy
  • one of the best in class
  • fuel efficient
  • wide variety of attachments for this lawn tractor
  • doesn't take much space as a subcompact
  • you'll fall in love with it

Cons

  • i have yet to find any cons with it

Lawnrangerridesagain

From: Amarillo

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Daily

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

The Best

5/5

This is my 5th JD. All were very good tractors but the x739 is the most refined of all. Even the little like draining the engine oil has been solved(probably will retrofit older models}. Wheels, seat, instrument panel, and mower leveling, are a big step up from older models as well. It is clear that JD listened to the feedback and worked to improve and refine this product. This is a tough tractor and will provide years of trouble free service.

Pros

  • a wolf in sheeps skin

Cons

  • pricey but the best always costs a little more

x739

From:

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

Great Unit

5/5

My 739 is an excellent machine. I bought it new in 2016 and have 680 trouble free hours on it. I have owned a 700, 730, 738, and this 739 over the years. My only complaint was the 700 was under powered and only BIG complaint I have is the oil drain plug is difficult to get at. I mow 5 acres weekly as well as plow snow each winter with no difficulty. The Kawasaki engine is strong and smooth and runs effortlessly with the 60 inch Ironman Deck. The optional front fenders are a must in keeping your deck clean as the auto 4 wheel drive will kick up debris. My 739 was ordered with the air ride seat as I have had many back surgeries and it really helps the ride. I just ordered a new 758 with the 60 inch H/C Deck with auto connect. I went the 758 over 739 for the diesel engine as it is hard for me to fill tank and this should help economy. Looked at the 1 series and actually could have bought it cheaper. I did not like the height of the fuel fill and the center of gravity on side hills vs. the 700 series. The turning radius was horrible compared to my unit. The only thing Deere could do to improve this Ultimate Series Tractor is to offer the 758 in 4 x 4 in a All Wheel Steer.

Pros

  • engine
  • transmission
  • dependability
  • tires
  • servive

Cons

  • oil plug loction
  • price

Ferbie

From: Waterloo Iowa

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

Good quality

4/5

This is a good mower Performs well and does everything I need it to do. The only problem I have with the mower is the instrument cluster fogs up internally to were you can not see the gauges and warning lights.

Pros

  • very durable.

Cons

  • instrument cluster fogs up.

Stig

From: Epworth IA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Purchase it last year new now have about may 20 hours of running, I have completed a survey regarding these issues, with no follow-up.

1/5

Purchase it last year new now have about may 20 hours of running, I have completed a survey regarding these issues, with no follow-up. I do not recommend this purchase.

Pros

  • • needs heavier deck option

Cons

  • • low out put power. need more hp

Artreed

From:

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Monthly

Level of Expertise: Expert

1
2
5

X739 - 2.5 year Review

5/5

Love this machine! Purchased new after giving up on an orange machine pos. I have the 54" HC deck w/snow blower attachment, 17p trailer and just purchased the 14 bu bagger setup with the powerflow attachment. This can handle whatever I throw at it. It will cut down drain fields with 2' high wild grass with zero issues! detaching the deck or switching from summer to winter is a snap and done in under 5 minutes attaching the blower setup. Absolutely recommend!!! Hands down best setup I've ever owned!

Pros

Cons

RaptorScrew

From: Minnesota

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Beginner

5
2
5

Good base but needs to be available in R series with all options on it

4/5

So car great mower, purchased this in lieu of a zero turn. We have steep hills and rough mowing terrain and the 4x4 steer and all time 4x4 drive fit the requirements perfectly. I will say to John Deere that if I e is going to pay 15k for this mower make it an R series with all the options on it and put an air ride seat on the beast. Cub cadet has you beat there. Also this needs to be offered with the 7 iron deck as well. A high low on the hydro as well. My old 1985 430 had more features but lacked 4x4 steer and drive, that was the only reason for purchase. We go heavy and rough farm mowing on 3 different places as well as finish yard mow and I would give this machine 7/10.

Pros

  • luxury
  • turn radius
  • traction

Cons

  • needs heavier deck option
  • rougher ride on farm mowing
  • hydro needs 2 speed option for travel

Drnuke

From:

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

To Much Plastic!

3/5

Purchased my X739 three years ago. I have 600+ hours on it now. My dealer does a great job with repairs for me. I use it for mowing, tilling, snow blowing, garden work, and spraying on 10 acres so it has hard use. The parking controls wore out, seat shaft wore out, adjustable mulch kit wore out, battery replaced, etc. mostly at my expense I replaced my adjustable mulch kit with a solid kit which works much better. It has some great features and the 4 wheel drive/steering is great. Not near as rugged as my 425 AWS. Deere added some great features but cheapened some of it up. Needs to be more rugged for a top of the line garden tractor.

Pros

  • great features

Cons

  • not rugged enough!

Don605

From: Hartford, SD 57033, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Daily

Level of Expertise: Expert

3
2
5

responding to other reviews

5/5

This is my second x739, this tractor fills all my needs and in my opinion is the best tractor of this size on the market. I would like to respond to those complaining about the location of the oil drain nut , all you need is a 10 mm socket and extension and you can get to the nut by going right into the front of the tractor onto the nut . I do agree it is poor engineering, also I can not only mow but also stripe four acres of lawn in two hours on a half tank of gas. Finally to the person commenting on the power steering being too loose , I think you'll find it is because of the four wheel steering that is letting your tractor turn so easy that it feels loose which is what I notice when I'm going down the road to mow another lawn. I hope this helps those that are lucky enough to own a x739.

Pros

  • everything

Cons

  • pricey

welker

From: Conneautville, PA 16406, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Daily

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

x728

5/5

I was lucky enough to find a x728 ultimate such a beast selectable four wheel drive two remotes dif lock there is nothing this won't pull. older model but solid tractor. This is an 02 model71 hours brand new feel. fuel injected 25 horse Kawasaki just sips gas amazing machine!!

Pros

Cons

douglas7

From: texas

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

JD keeps getting better!

5/5

This is my 4th JD AWS tractor and they keep getting better. This X739 with 54" deck leaves my lawn smooth as table top. I just removed the drive over mower deck and that feature makes changing to winter mode easier than ever. Yes, a little expensive but well worth it IMO.

Pros

  • professional grade

Cons

  • heavy

CCal

From: Spokane WA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Great purchase!

5/5

Second mowing season! No issue's no problems. Completely happy with mower. I mow about 4 acres every week, takes about 3.5 hours. Love the 4 wheel drive & 4 wheel steer.

Pros

  • lights

Cons

lpm1

From: Austin, AR 72007, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

This is the best they make!!!!

5/5

I had a zero turn that left rings around trees and bare spots at 90 degree turns!! Not any more ! I choose a 48 inch deck because of yard features and its none cut circle is about the size of a garbage can lid. also got air ride seat and its worth the price!! But the seat needs a little lateral stabilizer because it tends to lean over on hills! The mower can not be compaired to anything on the market!

Pros

Cons

Gary99

From: Spring City, TN 37381, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Excellent riding mower mulching is very good see no grass clippings

5/5

Power full steering is nice and easy many attachments 4 wheel drive is very good went up A very steep hill with out any problems mulching works great very comfortable seat tilt steering and cruise control can't complain about any thing it's all good

Pros

  • all good

Cons

  • non

Steve921

From: Massachusetts, USA

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

Wonderful machine!!!

5/5

What a great mowing machine. Coupled with the high capacity mower deck, you can tackle most heavy mowing jobs. I also purchased the 54" front blade to push snow and move dirt. Works great and would advise to purchase the rubber squeegee to push snow. It works great on all surfaces to push snow!!! I would highly recommend this mower to about anyone!!

Pros

  • easy to operate

Cons

  • changing the engine oil is awkward

Joned

From: Indiana

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Reliable with great Dealer Service

4/5

Have owned John Deere mowers since 1976... never even consider another brand. Our previous mower was the X729 Ultimate - an excellent mower. Just purchased the X739 4x4 Wheel Steer with the Mulch Kit. It may be even more economical to run fuel-wise than the X729. The seat is a nice upgrade also, and especially the easy, no-hands dismount and remount of the mower deck. Plus, the deck mows much more level than the X729 Ultimate. FYI, the Mulch Kit was difficult to mount by the JD Dealer - the metal work wasn't curved correctly and a hole was mis-punched. Also, I struggle to understand how an educated engineer would design the oil petcock location so difficult to get to and then to un-screw... so the oil could be drained.

Pros

  • reliable with great dealer service

Cons

  • extremely hard to unscrew the oil petcock

Dutch

From: Carthage, MO 64836, USA

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

"Best for us so far!"

5/5

We started with a 277 model and loved it, then we graduated to the 300 series, next an x500 and we just upgraded this year to an X739. The 4 wheel steer and 4x4 features are amazing! It turns so sharp that the first time my wife tried it, she almost fell off the tractor. My question is why would you need a zero turn when this machine turns a 6" radius? We mow 4 acres and the X739 compared to the X500 cuts the mowing time from 4 hours to 2.5 hours. My ONLY negative comment would be the gas usage. We could mow the 4 acres with the X500 with about 4 gallons of gas, this machine uses 6-7 gallons. But it is worth it as it is built like a mini tank!

Pros

  • see above?

Cons

  • gas usage

SteveT

From: Eldon, MO 65026, USA

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

Great ergonomics and easy to operate

4/5

I have been operating large lawn tractors and medium duty tractors for many years of my life. I traded in my X500 with attachements for a X739 because I wanted a "Beast" of a lawn tractor. The X739 is definitely that, a beast. I got the 47" snow blower as well. I used my X500 year round and am looking forward to a nasty snow fall next year so I can really test th 4x4 drive system. However, when the X739 was delivered right off of the truck I noticed a "grinding" sound coming from the front left wheel. The tractor currently has 2.2 hours on it and is in the shop. John Deere states that everything is working to spec and the noise should "go away". That does not solve the problem if you ask me. I believe that a tractor that is considered "The best of the best" should not make noises like that.

Pros

  • 4x4 and 4 wheel steering
  • powerfull and agressive

Cons

  • cost

Madpiper8904

From: Maryland

Length of Ownership: 1week

Usage Frequency: Daily

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

Best lawn tractor ever

5/5

I have about 4 acres evenly split between front and rear. Very hilly and the rear is covered with trees. I purchased this tractor last month with snow blade and several other attachments. I was concerned about the amount I was spending, but after getting the first chance to mow, every dollar is vindicated. This is without doubt the best mower ever. It's powerful, easy to operate and really tough. The four wheel drive and steering is fantastic, it cuts beautifully and really fast. No hill was too much and handled beautifully. Very comfortable. I guess my only comment would be the power steering is, perhaps too light. Thank you John Deere

Pros

  • everything

Cons

  • price

Morley8000

From:

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

The drive over Drive over deck for this mower is not perfected and leaves the yard looking bad.

2/5

I have used Deere mowers for many years and wanted a new mower but am disappointed in the drive over deck. The dealer has made several adjustments but to date none have worked. This deck leaves the yard looking very uneven cutting. The dealer replaced the drive over deck with the old style deck and this one mows even but doesn't have the suction power of the drive over and leaves lots of fluff in the yard. I wonder if it is the tractor or the deck. Hopefully Deere will figure it out soon. The handling of the tractor itself seems good it mows around trees and trims very well I just wish the deck did a better job.

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Deere734

From: Cedar Falls, IA, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

3
2
5

My third X700 series tractor

5/5

I had a X728, a X729 for two years and just received my 2015 X739 today. I traded my X729 for a 1026r, but it was way too much tractor for my use so I went back to the X739 which I really love. The only problem I have is this. I'm wondering if John Deere engineers sit around a table and go "lets think of something that would really upset as many customers as possible". So they make it pretty much impossible for customers to change the oil them selves. They put the oil drain petcock in a place that is pretty much impossible to get too. NICE JOB BOYS!!!

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Drumline67

From: Hilton, NY

Length of Ownership: 1week

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

Unbelievable Performance

5/5

I replaced a commercial dixie chopper with this mower. I was having trouble on hills with the chopper and had a few close calls. This tractor mows almost as fast and is rock solid on the hills. Huge price but in my circumstances worth it. PS put a steering wheel knob on it - huge difference.

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ashby88

From: virginina

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

3
2
5

1st Fall and Winter

5/5

Traded a 2010 X360 John Deere with about 250 hours for the X739. Have used JD products for about 30 years starting out with 185 Hydro using it for many years. The X739 is way too much tractor for my mowing needs but not for what I need for snowblowing. It is a beast. It amazes me how much snow it will handle all with no chains necessary. It is an expensive tractor but the quality and ease of operation make it worthwhile. I also have the powerflow collection 3 bag system.that works great. My 54" mower deck was set up perfectly which says volumes about the set-up people at the John Deere shop. Great people Sales to Set-up.

Pros

  • easy to change mower deck to snowblower
  • highest quality everywhere you look

Cons

Hardwaterflyer

From: Erdahl, MN 56531, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Outstanding quality, utility, comfort and value.

5/5

In early 2013 I purchased the X749 diesel 54" all-wheel drive with rear wheel steerage. I also got the 48" hydraulic-drive rototiller. I currently have 115 hours of operating time. Following are my observations: - Fuel efficiency: I am able to complete 3 mowings (~2 1/2 acres) on one tank of fuel (~6 gallons) - vs. my old 240 gas mower of one tank / mowing. Cut mowing time from 3 1/2 hours to 2 hours. - Utility: This machine has a mowing turn radius of ~10 inches. I have many trees on hilly land. With all-wheel drive I am able to make a single sweep around the tree without ripping up grass, even on damp grass. - Tiller: This goes on/off with ease (my remove the mowing deck first) and really works well. The tiller will drop (my setting) 8 inches and the X749 has the power to easily till at a reasonable speed. - Leave Collection: I had purchased a Cyclone Rake (awesome product btw) for my for 240. I re-adpated to the X749 / deck and it performs flawlessly. A full load on the CR weighs ~450 lbs. On side hills the old 240 would have a problem. This machine barely feels it! - Comfort: This machine is heavy the ensuring a good ride. I wear a pair of Sony noise reduction head phones. Sure-footed and quiet!

Pros

  • as listed above

Cons

  • no cons to report

Sparkster

From: Pennsylvania, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Not John Deere quality

1/5

Purchased this x739 with blower, mower and cab in the spring of 2014 almost $25,000.00. Noticed the very first snow storm that the blower plugged numerous times so tight I had to get a shovel handle to dislodge the snow from the chute. Talked to the dealer and they said they had not heard of anyone else having that same problem. The problem has not gone away. it has only got worse. The last storm two days ago was only 3 inches of wet snow and it plugged six times in 45 minutes of use. The drive system growls so loud in the cab you almost need ear protection to operate it. I also have a 316, 318, 445, x495 and a 4520 to compare it to and believe me it will not hold a candle to any of them. The second stage of the blower now is made of plastic not steel like the old ones. It uses at least twice the fuel as my other tractors. I would not buy another one if they were 2 for the price of one.

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David4520

From: Maine

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

1
2
5

x739 is a dream

5/5

I mow about 5 acres on a cattle ranch yard has over thirty trees also mow around 2 to 3 acre pond my 739 is excellent on all counts do not even own a trimmer

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johnd739

From: Illinois, USA

Length of Ownership:

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5
2
5

Easy to use

5/5

Best lawn tractor I have had in 40 years I mow side hill at 30 percent next to a river 2 acer of lawn with trees to mow around nice to not to trim around trees and flower gardens!

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Joes

From: Idaho, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Workhorse

4/5

I have had my X739 for just over a year. I use it for maintaining a 16 acre property. Tasks include mowing, snow removal, general landscaping and for moving my large utility trailers around the property. I had my share of problems during the first year including hydraulic leaks and breakage of plastic parts, all taken care of under warranty. I believe that too many things are made of plastic with this upgrade and are not as durable as they should be, but overall one tough and useful tractor.

Pros

  • strong
  • easy starting in all weather
  • capable
  • 4-wheel steer great around obstacles
  • 4-wheel drive doesn't get stuck

Cons

  • plastic parts not durable enough

borderjack

From: Detroit Lakes, MN, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

The best Deere tractor I have owned yet!

5/5

This is my 5th JD garden tractor dating back to the 80's and by far the most advanced and easy to use. I live on a lake lot with a fairly steep slope and need to mow cross ways. On my GX345 I would slide up on the edge of the seat and not feel uncomfortable about tipping so I had concerns about the 739 because it sits higher. Because of the wider width I actually don't even need to slide over on the seat any longer and with the 4 wheel drive there is no need to use the differential lock as I had to do often on my 345 which tended to leave marks in the grass if it was even slightly damp. I am really impressed with the lack of scalping on a hillside and how well the 4 wheel drive works as others had mentioned. I purchased the front blade for snow removal and will review later this winter when I have a chance to use it. My only neutral comments would be that the machine is loud when using the mower deck but then there are a lot of blades to spin and I use the mulch option. Also it seems that the fuel tank could be larger as I can't go near as long on a tank of gas as the 345, again a lot more motor and deck on the 739. At this point I can't ever imagine needing to buy another Deere tractor, not sure what they could improve except for maybe a larger gas tank and that sure isn't worth buying another tractor.

Pros

  • great stability on slopes
  • 4 wheel drive system

Cons

  • gas tank not large enough

GREGNAMY

From: Camdenton, MO 65020, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

Waited way too long to buy an x739

5/5

Used a LA175 for four years mowing 3 acres, and while it did OK, its mowing speed made the task take way too long, and it didn't do a good job at 4 inch height. Finally decided to upgrade, and the quality of the LA175 meant only a Deere would do. The X739 gets the whole yard done in between half and 2/3 of the time. It mows better - evenly, smooth looking - at 4 inches than anything I've ever seen. At 4 inches it looks manicured. Beautiful. The 4wd and 4ws are amazing. We have a fairly steep hill on part of the yard and this barely slows down when cutting up the hill. The 4ws is so effective I have to remind myself to slow down a bit for tight corners to keep from flying off the seat. Some reviewers say that they've had scalping problems. The first two times I mowed, none. The third and fourth time I had scalping when mowing around trees. I figured it out - with 4ws, you can cut tightly around that tree so fast that the tractor compresses the springs on the outside and leans out - causing that scalping. I slowed down ever so little when cutting around the trees and now no scalping. It's not a problem with the tractor, it's physics and a very capable steering and traction system. One huge gripe - the oil drain valve is in a location that's almost impossible to get to. Completely surrounded by tubes and hoses, so much so it's actually hard to see. Couldn't get to it with a socket, a crescent, or with an articulated socket extension. The only way I could get to it was to go buy the tiniest socket wrench I've ever seen, and when it's on the valve I have about 2 inches of handle movement available. Changing oil should not be hard. The other smaller gripe is that the seat is up so high that I can't reach the on/off handle on my Deere spreader. Having to use barbecue tongs to get the extra reach. Going to have to fab an extension. Yes, the X739 is expensive. But the performance is incredible. By my math, the time I save is worth the cost.

Pros

  • fast work of mowing
  • mows 4 inch flawlessly
  • comfortable
  • powerful

Cons

  • oil change an ordeal
  • too tall for spreader

jerseyrider

From: Whitehouse Station, Readington Township, NJ, USA

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

Doesn't mow well, uses too much gas

2/5

I bought this X739 to be a snow blower and a lawn mower. I got the 60 inch, auto connect deck. The mowing deck bounces so much that it leaves a very uneven cut. This is due to a poorly designed deck mounting system. Also, when the deck is all the way up, the rear wheels hit the deck when making a moderate to tight turn. It now takes 6 gallons of gas to mow my 3-1/2 acres instead of the 2 that it used to take. I got wheel weights to use when I snow blow, but they do not fit the wheels. The dealer has tried, but so far Deere has not responded with a solution. Don't buy this to be a lawn mower. Don't buy this if you will need wheel weights.

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The425wasbetter

From:

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

2
2
5

I love the X739!

5/5

I have 2 acres of grass to cut which includes 350 feet of lakefront, a tough stream to cross, and plenty of split rail fence. Over the years I have had 2 orange commercial front mounts, a 31 HP orange zero turn, and even a Toro Sidewinder which is an amazing machine. Honestly, I can say the X739 is much better than all of them. Deere knocked this one out of the park. Cuts so evenly Very fast mowing speed and little bouncing around Incredible trimming accuracy and nearly rotates A blast to use Comfortable and quiet Doesn't tear up the grass Built to last a long time I bought the snow blower and can't wait to use it. I will post a video of that.

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Pookaboag

From: Easton, CT

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

5
2
5

Amazing Machine

5/5

I just upgraded from an x534 to an x739 and the difference is night and day. I had numerous issues with my x534 despite it having less than 60 hours on it. The build quality of the x739 is substantial, you can really feel it when you sit on the machine and even moreso when you are mowing. Is it cheap to buy, absolutely not but with proper maintenance this machine should last 15-20 years or more. I am extremely happy with the decision to upgrade. If anyone is trying to choose between an x5 series and an x7 series, in my opinion it's definitely worth spending the extra money to get a much more capable and reliable machine.

Pros

  • build quality
  • attachment selection

Cons

  • cost

DeereInTheHeadlights

From: Minnesota

Length of Ownership: 1week

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

Only regret I didn't buy it sooner!

5/5

I wish that I had bought it several years ago! This thing has made my lawn work fun again. I have a two acre lot that has some slopes and a variety of obstacles to contend with. My time spent mowing has been reduced to 2 hours from the former 5 to 6 it used to take! I'm not exhausted after mowing anymore! Yes, it's kind of spendy but what's your time worth? It's so easy to use compared to my former rig and I can easily see the difference in quality and sturdiness. Very satisfied so far after 5 mows and looking forward to finding more uses for it. And it does a great job with the mow. The lawn has never looked better.

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jimmythepizza

From: Sioux City, IA, USA

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise:

5
2
5

JD729 (First Generation) Five Year Report

5/5

This JD is employed in KY on a steep large lot with a lot of trees, gardens, and other obstructions to go around. The HP is required for the lot. In the spring we have a section that floods. In the winter we have lots snow to plow and a 300 foot sloping driveway. The hydraulics work very well on the plow - rise and side to side. The deck is quick to rise and lower. My 729 has 300 hours on it and is strong and good looking. It has been a great investment.

Pros

  • strong
  • plows snow very well
  • power to traverce hills
  • excellent response
  • quick responce

Cons

  • i spent $15k equiping

RCCrouse

From: La Grange, KY, USA

Length of Ownership: 1yearOrLonger

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Expert

4
2
5

Outstanding Product

5/5

A John Deere is something you do not purchase every year. My current John Deere is a 212 model purchased in 1983 and still performs great. The folks in Horicon, Wisconsin built my X739 just like it supposed to be, operational sound and a great finish. Let me speak about a quality product. If a product is not built with quality, you can not improve on product with care and maintenance. You must start with quality in order to maintain it. Yes, quality cost upfront but I would not have it any other way. Looking for years of great service. Glen Musick, Smithfield

Pros

  • great item

Cons

Glen

From: Smithfield, Va

Length of Ownership: 1month

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

4
2
5

OUTSTANDING

5/5

Yes, this mower costs extra than your run of the mill riding mower. However, the features and functionality are worth it! I was pleasantly surprised at the turning radius, the four wheel drive works great on our hilly terrain. The controls are intuitive and you will be thrilled with the comfort of the ride. We have 50 acres with a variety of settings for mowing. This tractor is perfect for our needs.

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Rocket

From: Central, IL, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

I love my X739 with One Caveat

4/5

My X739 is exactly what I expected. Easy to start. Easy to use. Excellent power. Excellent gas milage. I would expect no less. It’s a John Deere. The auto-connect deck is the cat's meow. I love the styling, the dash lay-out and the hood scoop. Unfortunately, I can’t rate the mower a 5 because I can’t get the 60HC mower deck to cut exactly like I want. I have tried mowing at several different heights and setting the scalping wheels at several different settings. I’ve checked the tire pressure and mower level several times. However, the mower continues to cut uneven around trees and when I turn sharply. Knowing the quality of the mower, I’m almost certain it’s something I’m doing, but its driving me crazy. I’d give the machine a 4.7 now and would easily rate it a 5+ if I could just get the deck to perform the way it should. My local dealership is very helpful, but they don’t know the answer to the uneven cutting.

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napiers

From: Middletown, OH, USA

Length of Ownership: 3months

Usage Frequency: Weekly

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

Ultra High Performance!

5/5

This is my third JD in 15 years. Last year I had a X534 and traded it in on the 739. It appears that the all wheel steer is easier on the grass despite the more aggressive tire tread. Because of all the traction and power I had no difficulty pushing my 22' pontoon back into the lake on dry ground with no rollers. Also moved my new 10'x12' shed without a struggle. The 54" deck can cut thick wet and tall grass with no problem. The best cut quality I have ever experienced. Love how the injected engine starts in less than a second every time. I have the 3 pt.pto for a chipper and log splitter coming soon. Also appreciate the benefit of the 4 wheel drive when having my Jonny Bucket loaded down. Expensive yes, top of the line quality never comes cheap. Love the X739!

Pros

  • the very best

Cons

  • expensive

Rapala82

From: Brooklyn Center, MN, USA

Length of Ownership: 6months

Usage Frequency: Daily

Level of Expertise: Intermediate

5
2
5

My Work Machine

5/5

it works good when cutting grass easy controls and excelent comfort. The back up lights work really good if my kids are around at night so they can see if im backing up. excelent tires for lots of traction. Powerful engine. Best Riding mower a man could ever look forward two!

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Josh

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5
2
5