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Husqvarna Power Cutter K 770 14 inch (BODY ONLY) FREE DELIVERY



Outstanding Power-To-Weight Ratio
100mm Maximum Cutting Depth
DuraStarter™ - Maintenance Free Starter
14 inch (BODY ONLY)

Husqvarna K770 Petrol Consaw is a powerful all-round power cutter with features that make it one of the best power cutters on the market.

Available in 14" blade diameter, the K 770 features several leaps in technology from the hugely popular K760 model.
Equipped with a semi-automatic SmartTension™ system allows for optimal power transmission, minimum wear, and maximum belt life, minimising the risk of under and over tensioning.
The lightweight, compact design and outstanding power-to-weight ratio, the reliable start and exceptionally low vibrations mean less strain and maximized productivity.
Heavy-duty cutting arm and newly-designed cast magnesium crankcase has a three-bolt joint to attach the cutting head, enabling higher torsional rigidity than the previous two-bolt solution,
A strong Poly-V belt combined with the maintenance-free starter DuraStarter™ and efficient filter-system Active Air Filtration™ ensures long service intervals.
Suitable for road work and easy to cut in a straight or curved track or close to the sidewalk when used with KV7 trolley (not supplied).
Ideal for asphalt, blocks, curbstones, garden pavers, burying of cables, cast concrete, floors and walls, rails, rescue cutting.

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