FR 750 K1DE
Rotavator Honda FR 750 K1DE, The newest product Honda rototiller is a single function that does not have universal PTO. Agronomic parameters and design based on a reliable professional GX200 engine followedFR 750 K1DEat the forefront of the cash machine.
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Rotavator Honda FR 750 K1DEhas a four-stroke, OHV engine HONDA GX 200 with 5.5 HP *, chain drive transmission. Machine width is 65 cm. The fuel tank capacity of 2.8 l provides over two hours of work machine. Ergonomic handles and safety lock gives complete comfort and safety użytkowania.Dzięki 230 revolutions per minute knives hoes receive optimal structure and alignment of the soil.
FR 760 is a machine for professionals - gardeners, fruit growers, nurserymen and companies urządzających and nourishing gardens.
|Fuel tank capacity [l]||0,57|
|Cutting speed [r / min]||230|
|Model Engine||GX 25|
|Number of gears||1|
|Number of knives||2x2|
|Width [cm]||23 / 12|
|Engine Displacement [cm3]||198|
|Dimensions (L x W x H) [cm]||117,5/36,5/95,5|
|Motor Power [HP]||1|
|Working time [h]||1,3|
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