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Husqvarna TC138 Ride on Mower

€2.800,00

 

The Husqvarna TC138 Ride On Lawnmower is ideal for small to medium size gardens with its 38" (97cm) cutting width and 508cc Husqvarna Series engine.

This compact and user-friendly machine are easy to use the machine. This machine has a chokeless start, so that you can get up and running with less hassle, and includes a battery indicator and charger connection so you won't be caught without power.

This mower is also fitted with front headlights, which makes the tractor more visible and also allows you to cut your lawn when it gets dark early in the evenings. 

The pedal-operated Hydrostatic transmission leaves the machine wonderfully easy to drive and to operate.

This machine offers excellent maneuverability and is simple to navigate around your lawn. This machine is built on a robust steel chassis, ensuring maximum durability and sturdiness.

A pivoting front axle ensures good balance and excellent driving comfort. The cutting deck is equipped with anti-scalp wheels, which highly reduces the risk of scalping your lawn when cutting the uneven lawn. 

With a 220 Litre grass catcher and an air induction deck integrated to the lawn tractor, you will always enjoy a brilliant finish to your garden.

The TC 138 is also able to be fitted with a BioClip mulching plug or rear discharge with the addition of an optional extra (sold separately). The cutting deck itself facilitates cleaning, simply attach the hose to the water hose connection, turn the water and start the engine to turn the blades. 

The TC138 tractor lawnmower is also equipped with many features to give the user the safest and most comfortable experience you can have whilst cutting your lawn. A safety switch located under the seat is activated when the driver leaves the seat.

Once this switch is triggered the engine and cutting deck are automatically switched off. The seat itself is adjustable, which will move forwards and down or back and up.

A cup holder is also located conveniently on this machine, which is crucial for any warm sunny days.

Features: 

Pedal-Operated Hydrostatic Transmission
Speed and direction are managed by pedals, which lets you keep both hands on the steering wheel, for optimum driving control.

Year-Round Use
A wide range of accessories makes our tractors versatile and useful all year round.  They can be fitted with trailers, snow blades, brushes and more.

Step-Through
Ensures comfortable and easy mounting and dismounting.

Lever-Mounted Cutting Height Adjustment
Convenient fender mounted deck lever is spring assisted for easy operation.

Adjustable Sliding Seat
The unique seat platform automatically changes height as the seat is moved forward or rearward to optimize operator position.

Battery Indicator With Charger Connection
It gives a clear indication of battery status, which makes it easy to see when charging is needed.  The charger connection is placed next to the indicator, for extra convenient recharging of the battery.

Pivoting Front Axle
Ensures good balance and excellent driving comfort.

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