Exmark 21" KAWASAKI FJ180V


“S” as in Simple.

They say simplicity is the basis of great engineering. And it doesn’t get much simpler than the Exmark® Commercial 21 S-Series,
beginning with its patented front height adjustment.This straightforward design makes conventional pivot-style adjusters obsolete.
There are zero grease points and less than half the parts of other mowers in its class.
That makes servicing the S-Series almost as easy as it gets.
Then there’s the single speed transmission, simplified bail system, single-point rear height adjust,
the innovative blade design that makes it easy to go from mulching to bagging…the list goes on and on.
Just like the mower.


• Goodbye guesswork: The S-Series features an open-top bag, so it’s easy for the operator to tell when it’s full. No more wasted time dumping half-full bags.
• Single-speed transmission: Just engage and go, at speeds up to 4.2 mph. It’s simple operation makes the S-Series a great mower for training new employees.
• Multi-purpose blade: The innovative blade design makes it easy to go from mulching to bagging. And vice-versa.

Power Components

Engine: Kawasaki®

Model: FJ180V

Displacement: 180

Air Filter: Dual element air cleaner

Drive System: Self-propelled; rear-wheel gear-driven

Speed: 0.0 mph to 4.2 mph (6.6 kmph) forward

Fuel Capacity: 2 quart integral fuel tank

Safety Package: Zone start

CARB Compliant: No


Deck Construction: 5" deep, 1/4"-thick die-cast aluminum

Deck Style: Fixed deck, Rear -discharge bagger standard with option to mulch

Width: 21" (53.34 cm)

Cutting Heights: 1.0" (2.5 cm) to 4.5" (11.4 cm) in 0.5" (1.3 cm) increments

Blades: 1 Blade at 20.5" Length

Blade-Tip Speed: Approximately 18,500 fpm


Drive Tires: 9" x 2.5", semi-pneumatic

Bag Capacity: 2.5 bushels (20 gallons)


Length: 62 in. (157.5 cm)

Width: 22 in. (55.9 cm)

Height: 38 in. (96.5 cm)

Curb Weight: 112 lbs

  • Model: ECS180GKA21000
  • Manufactured by: Exmark

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 November, 2010.

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