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Alko 98cm Garden Roller




The AL-KO towed roller helps level out those bumps and uneven grass surfaces on your lawn. Made from heavy duty steel and can be filled with either water or sand.

The AL-KO 98 cm roller is suitable for the following models:

AK127574 – T15-93.9 HDS-A

AK127445 – T22-111 HDS-A V2

AK127575 – T22-110 HDH-A V2

AK127416 – T13-93.7 HD

AK127417 – T15-93.7 HD-A

AK127443 – T16-93.7 HD V2

AK127418 – T15-103.7 HD-A

AK127444 – T16-103.7 HD V2

AK127369 – T16-95.6 HD V2

AK127370 – T16-105.6 HD V2

AK127371 – T20-105.6 HD V2

AK127376 – T20-105.6 HDE V2

AK127384 – T23-125.6 HD V2

AK127324 – T18-110.6 HDS

AK127135 – T16-95 HD V2

AK118755 – T16-102 HDH

AK118640 – CLASSIC T850

AK118747 – CLASSIC T1000HD

AK118748 – T20-105 HD

AK118624 – T20-102 HDE

AK118623 – T18-102 HDE

AK118622 – T18-102 HD

AK118620 – T15-102 HD

AKAK118619 – T13-82 HD

AK118603 – T15-102 HDS

Working Width
Large 98cm working width

Additional Weight
When filled with sand or water, the roller adds additional weight to the removal of uneven surfaces.

The roller is made of steel for added durability.

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