Hayter Harrier 41 Lawn Mower

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The power for the Hayter Harrier 41 Lawn Mower comes from a premium-quality Briggs & Stratton 650 Ex Series EcoPlus engine which produces fewer emissions. This high-performance 190cc four-stroke power-unit doesn't require priming and features an electric starter for effortless, trouble-free ignition every single time. An aluminium cylinder-lining and an automotive-style pleated paper air-filter combine to maximise engine-life.

At the heart of the Hayter Harrier 41 Lawnmower is a cast aluminium chassis that confers lightweight strength and long-term corrosion-resistance. Durability is further enhanced by a cutter-bar friction disc that prevents crankshaft and engine damage should you accidentally contact an immoveable object. This superbly well-equipped roller-mower has been furnished with a variable-speed transmission, which has two clear advantages over a standard single-speed drive – firstly you can select a ground-speed that’s most appropriate for the conditions; and secondly you can operate at a pace you find comfortable. The forward-speed can be adjusted between 1.5 and 3mph.

In order to ensure optimum performance in terms of both cut and collection, the Harrier 41 Autodrive has been fitted with a series of aerodynamic front-mounted fins. It’s supplied with a high-volume 53-litre grassbag, so you’ll be able to pack-in plenty of cut-grass between stops; and it has an OPC (Operator Presence Control), which guarantees the safety of the operator and other people near the mower.