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JD 15HP Electric Start Commercial 4 Stroke Petrol Engine

SKU: BBT-JD420
(4 reviews) Write a Review
MSRP: $789.00
Was: $789.00
Now: $499.00
(You save $290.00 )
Calculated at Checkout
Weight: 40.00 KGS

JD 15HP Commercial 4 Stroke Petrol Engine with Electric Start

These JD engines come from the 3rd largest engine manufacturer in the world.  They have been producing quality reliable engines for more than 60 years and are the engine of choice for many major machinery companies worldwide.

Shaft size of this engine is 25mm with a 7mm keyway.

This engine is Euro V compliant for emissions standards 

12 Months Warranty

Model JD420
Engine type 4-stroke, 25°inclined, single cylinder Air-cooled
Bore x Stroke   (mm) 90×66
Displacement (ml) 420
Compression ratio 8.0:1
Max. output (HP/rpm) 15.0/3600
Max. torque (N.m/rpm) 29.3/2500
Ignition system Non-contact transistorized ignition (T.C.I.)
Start mode Recoil and hand-operated/Electric start
Air cleaner Semi-dry
Fuel tank capacity L 6.5
Fuel consumption(g/HP-hour) 290
Engine oil capacity (L/gal) 1.1/0.29
Dimensions (LxWxH) mm 485×410×485
Net weight (kg) 32
Gross Weight (kg) 34

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  • 5
    15 hp motor

    Posted by Leigh on 12th Mar 2021

    I’m a brick cutter the motor is doing good so far it’s been on for 3 days at the moment it’s running like a Honda if I get the same life out of it I will by these from now on

  • 5
    Starts second pull!

    Posted by Glen on 31st Mar 2020

    Can't believe how easy it is to pull start if required. Yes the electric start is awesome but when you only start them every now and then my batteries are always flat so a reliable pull start awesome.

  • 5
    JD420

    Posted by Unknown on 6th May 2019

    Excellent value for money, super fast delivery. Highly Recommend

  • 5
    JD Motor the best

    Posted by Bill Pearson on 30th Jul 2014

    I replaced the diesel motor on my Log Splitter with the JD 15hp electric start. Filled it up with Oil and Petrol and it started first time. It pull starts so easy I haven't used the electic starter.

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