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Husqvarna Strimmer 135R

€595,00

Versatile brushcutter, perfect for homeowners. Easy starting with Smart Start® recoil system and fuel pump.

The X-Torq® engine provide raw power and excellent fuel economy.

Comes with double harness, easy loading semi automatic trimmer head and grass knife.
Engine specification
Cylinder displacement 34.6 cm³ / 2.1 cu.inch
Cylinder bore 38 mm / 1.5 inch
Cylinder stroke 30.5 mm / 1.2 inch
Power output 1.4 kW
Maximum power speed 8400 rpm
Fuel tank volume 0.6 lit / 20.3 fl oz
Fuel consumption 435 g/kWh
Ignition module air gap 0.3 mm / 0.01 "
Idling speed 2900 rpm
Spark plug Champion RCJ6Y
Electrode gap 0.5 mm / 0 "
Clutch engagement speed 3800 rpm (±120 rpm)

Vibration & noise data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) left / right handle 2.9/2.5 m/s²
Sound pressure level at operators ear 98 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 113 dB(A)

Transmission data
Gear ratio 1:1.4
Drive gear angle 35 °

Equipment
OEM Trimmer head T35 M12
OEM Grass blade Multi 300-3
OEM Harness Standard double harness

Overall dimensions
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 6.8 kg / 15 lbs
Tube length 1483 mm / 58.4 inch
Tube diameter 28 mm / 1.1 "

Logistical data
Packaging size, LxWxH1xH2 1834x324x310x114 mm / 72.2x12.8x12.2x4.5 inch

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