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Husqvarna Tiller TR 348

€1.350,00
Cylinder displacement208 см³
Net power at preset rpm Energy4.5 kW
Fuel tank volume (with reserve)3.6 l
Rotational speed3300 rpm
Motor/engine manufacturer Briggs & Stratton
Engine name950 Series
Exhaust emissions (CO2 EU V)840.5 g/kWh[1]
Capacity
Tine diameter300 mm
Working depth15 cm
Working width48 cm
Cultivator type Rear-tine
Number of tines4
Depth adjustment steps7
Transmission
Transmission type Chain/Gear
Transmission steps forward2
Transmission steps reverse1
Detachable transmission No

Equipment
Vertically adjustable handle bar Yes
Horizontally adjustable handle bar Yes
Foldable handle bar Yes
Handlebar-mounted gear selection No
Reverse gearbox Yes
Drag bar Yes
Plant guards No
Chevron tyres No
Dimensions
Tyre size345 mm
Weight73 kg
Sound and Noise
Sound pressure level at operators ear84.5 dB(A)
Cylinder displacement208 см³
Net power at preset rpm Energy4.5 kW
Fuel tank volume (with reserve)3.6 l
Rotational speed3300 rpm
Motor/engine manufacturer Briggs & Stratton
Engine name950 Series
Exhaust emissions (CO2 EU V)840.5 g/kWh[1]
Capacity
Tine diameter300 mm
Working depth15 cm
Working width48 cm
Cultivator type Rear-tine
Number of tines4
Depth adjustment steps7
Transmission
Transmission type Chain/Gear
Transmission steps forward2
Transmission steps reverse1
Detachable transmission No


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