A List of Parts For a Ferris Mower

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Ferris Industries is responsible for manufacturing a variety of electric and gas-powered lawnmowers. The models include both riding mowers and walk-behind mowers. The IS 5100Z Ferris Mower is a riding mower that features improved performance, horsepower and convenience compared to other mowers. Other models include the IS 3100ZP, IS 2500Z, IS 2000Z, IS 1500Z and IS 500Z.


The IS 5100Z Ferris Mower has a 33.5 horsepower engine that includes 55 feet-pounds of torque. The 3-cylinder engine also has a two-stage industrial air-cleaner and is housed in an automotive-style bonnet for better access and convenience. The engine has 6,000-hour life expectancy. A sound package absorbs excess noise for operator convenience and prevents the disruption of area activities.


The mower can hold 15 gallons of gas in its twin 7.5-gallon fuel tanks. Operators can monitor fuel level through a gauge in each tank. Other fuel instrumentation includes an hour meter and visual water temperature gauge.


The mower can reach speeds of 12 miles per hour forward and six miles per hour in reverse. The 4-wheel suspension system allows the mower to mow up to 7.2 acres per hour. The transmission features hydro gear pumps and Parker wheel motors.

Mower Deck

The mower deck can cut grass anywhere from 1.5 inches to 6 inches and is adjustable in ¼-inch increments. The side or rear discharge has 61-inch/72-inch cutting widths. The double top deck has double reinforced side skirts and overlap welded corners.

Operator Controls

Operators sit comfortably in a high-back seat with a Folding Roll Over Protection System retractable seat belt. Control operations include a seat activated engine kill system, parking brake safety circuit and clutch safety switch. Additional operator control features include a cell phone pocket, cup holder, storage compartment and 12-volt outlet.

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