Hi All - I am a newbie to the site, so here goes.
I have just got my second Anzani. A curious machine, the newer one more so.
My first was the regular Lawnrider. It had one driven wheel, (1 x 4") no way to drive it without running the cutter, and no brakes. On this one the epicyclical drive sat under the motor.
The newer one has a brake which rubs on the roller, a twin driven wheel (2 x 4"), and a sprung jockey pulley which when applied relaxes the cutter belt to disengage the cutter. On this one the epicyclical drive sits in front of the motor. It almost looks like a prototype.
Any thoughts from the experts?