Hayter Harrier 41 AD VS Recoil Rear Roller Lawnmower (375)

Hayter Harrier 41 AD VS Recoil Rear Roller Lawnmower (375)
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The Harrier 41 petrol rear roller lawn mowers have re-designed cutter blades, grass collectors, more durable wheels & the new Vari-Pitch™ cutting technology. The Hayter Harrier 41 Autodrive lawnmower (375) is a compact self-propelled rotary cut mower with a rear roller & 41cm (16 inch) cutting width. Autodrive variable speed transmission means that the lawnmower will adjust its forward travelling speed to match yours. A 2 piece ribbed rear roller gives a traditional striped finish to the lawn & also means that you can cut right to the edge. The one piece aluminium cutting deck in conjunction with the new blade & grass collector design will give you superior cut & collection performance. The single point height of cut can be adjusted through 7 positions from 13 – 60mm. The variable speed Harrier 41 (375) is fitted with a Briggs and Stratton 625E Series petrol engine which uses four-stroke oil. The 625 E produces a powerful 190cc & has a gross torque of 8.5 & easy starting prime & pull. Push the primer button then pull the rope to start. The higher the torque rating the easier it will be to mow thicker, longer grass. E Series engines have reduced exhaust emissions which pass European standards. Features Two piece ribbed rear roller with enhanced differential and drive method. A ‘pin & cam’ system drives each half of the roller but still allows each half to counter rotate whilst turning Durable wheels based on the Spirit design but with an increased size/diameter to suit the Harrier The Vari-Pitch™ cutting technology adjusts the forward pitch angle of the deck as the height of cut is raised or lowered. This increases the airflow in more difficult mowing conditions (longer grass) ensuring superior performance at each cut. Trim Side lets the user mow right up to the edge of the lawn. The right hand wheel, cutting blade & rear roller are all positioned in-line. This is ideal for mowing around borders or retaining walls.A wash port has been integrated into the cutter deck so it can be cleaned off quickly & easily. Cleaning the deck after each use, keeping it free of grass will help to prolong the life of the machine. Harrier 41 375 Technical Details Model: Harrier 41 – Code HA 375 Recommended Mowing Area: Small lawns approx. ½ tennis court Cutting

Width:
41cm (16 inch) Drive: Yes, Variable speed (2.2 – 3.4mph) Rear Roller: Yes, ribbed two piece Starter: Manual Engine: Briggs & Stratton 625 E Displacement: 190cc Fuel: Petrol Engine Oil: 4-stroke (0.6l bottle included with the starter kit) Height of Cut Adjustment: Single Point Height of Cut Positions: 7 from 13 – 60mm Deck

Material:
Cast Aluminium Grass Collector Capacity: 60 L Folding Handlebars: Yes Soft Grip Handlebar: Yes Deck Wash Port: Yes Lifetime Crankshaft Warranty Manufacturer’s Warranty: 5 year domestic (Terms Apply including Annual Service by an Authorised Hayter Dealer) All Warranties Apply to the Original Purchaser. Refer to Owners Handbook for Full Terms & Conditions
Supplier: Lawn Mowers UK
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Lawn Mowers UK
Cheltenham Mowers, with their website Lawnmowers UK, is a family run business with many years in the trade. They have the technical expertise as well as passion which results in excellent customer service and makes them a retailer to trust. They sell a wide range of lawnmowers to keep all types of lawn in pristine condition, including petrol rotary and cylinder mowers, hover mowers for slopes, rough terrain scythe mowers, electric mowers, battery cordless mowers, robotic mowers and hand push mowers. They also sell ride on mowers and lawn tractors, as well as lawn edgers, trimmers and rollers. A wide range of hedge and tree equipment is available, including chainsaws, chippers, log splitters and tree pruners, and for general garden maintenance there are strimmers, rotavators, sprayers and sweepers. Cheltenham Mowers also sell machinery for construction projects, including cement mixers, disc cutters, generators, post hole borers and pressure washers.

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SKU: HA375

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