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Husqvarna Brushcutter 543 RS


Powerful, versatile machine for frequent trimming of thick grass and weed. 

543 RS is a bargain for landowners who want a robust, reliable and easy to use brushcutter.

Equipped with a strong, fuel-efficient X-Torq engine and an efficient air filter that provides less engine wear and service.

Trimmer head, grass blade and combi-guard are included
Engine specification
Cylinder displacement 40.1 cm³ / 2.45 cu.inch
Cylinder bore 40.5 mm / 1.59 inch
Cylinder stroke 31 mm / 1.22 inch
Power output 1.5 kW
Maximum power speed 9000 rpm
Fuel tank volume 0.75 lit / 25.36 fl oz
Fuel consumption 449 g/kWh
Idling speed 3000 rpm
Spark plug NGK CMR7H
Lubricant type Husqvarna 2 stroke or equiv. at 50:1

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