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    What would be the Diesel version of the F911??

    Good morning, I am not familiar with JD numbers in this arena. I have a F911, which is a great machine for what I use it for. My goal is to at some point replace it with something Diesel, so I don't have to keep carrying gas cans. (I have several other pieces of yellow equipment with a bulk fuel tank) What would be something comparable to the F911, but in a diesel version. Possibly even something with the "batwing" mowers?? Something around that vintage would be what I would want from a cost standpoint. I am OK with doing maintenance to bring it up to working condition.

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    The 17hp F915 was the Diesel version of the F911. There was a 22hp F935 Diesel and the 24hp F1145 was the 4WD Diesel.
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    The F932 is a bit bigger than the F911 but was a very popular mower, still lots out there. You won't find any batwing or wide area mowers(WAM) from JD in that era. The only WAM JD makes is the 1600 and it came late to the game(early 2000s). Toro and Jacobsen both made decent units prior to that but a hard to find and parts can be difficult as well.
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