Efficient and easy to operate. 32.6cc engine, 410mm cutting width, Tap 'n Go nylon head and 3 tooth blade
Product ID 127151
With the benefit of a fast starting, powerful 0.9kW and 32.6cc 2 stroke engine and robust construction, this brushcutter is the right choice for clearing wild-growing grasses and undergrowth. Being easy to start, the powerful 2 stroke engine springs easily into life. The 3 tooth grass blade and bump feed head makes the 118L brushcutter suitable for residential and lifestyle properties.
Slotted aluminium clutch housing for optimum heat dissipation
Excellent quality bevel gear suitable for demanding and prolonged jobs
2 stroke engine which is easy to start and features a centrifugal clutch
The ergonomic all round grip on the handle ensures safe and comfortable guidance of the brushcutter
Ideal for undergrowth clearing and wherever lawnmowers reach their limits.
Auto bump feed head
Thanks to its low weight, easy-start system, centrifugal clutch, well thought out grip ergonomics and optimum balance of the device, it ensures smooth operation in natural working posture.
Benefit from the fast-starting 0.9 kW 2 stroke (32.6 cc) engine of the latest generation, offering sturdy construction and easy to use controls.
This agile brushcutter provides you with a high degree of flexibility in use, as it comes with two cutting heads: a 3 tooth metal grass blade and auto bump feed head.
Single strap shoulder harness included
- Anti Vibration system
- Chrome Bore Cylinder
- Double Ring Piston
- Long Shaft
- Tap 'n Go Nylon Head
- 3 Tooth Blade
- Shoulder Strap
- Engine Type
- 2 Stroke
- Ignition System
- Centrifugal clutch
- Nylon cutter and 3 tooth grass blade
- Cutting Diameter
- 410mm line head cutting width and 250mm blade cutting width
- Drive Shaft
- Solid Steel
- Shaft Type
- Thick walled long reach aluminium shaft tube
- Shaft Diameter
- Handle Type
- Nylon Size
- Fuel Tank Capacity
- Fuel / Oil Ratio
- 50:1 / 25:1
- Other Accessories
- Fuel Container
- Recommended Cutter Applications
- Wild-growing grasses and undergrowth