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solo by AL-KO T 22-105.1 HD-A V2 Premium Hydrostatic Rear Collect Lawn Tractor

€4.390,00

 

AL-KO's 3-in-1 function gives the user the option of either rear discharging, collecting or mulching the grass clippings (with the tool-less mulching kit included). The large 310 litre grass catcher can be conveniently emptied using the telescopic lever from the driver's seat and features an audible alert when it is full. An optional expansion pack is available which allows electrical emptying of the grass box at the press of a button

The cutting height can be centrally adjusted between 30 to 90mm in seven steps.

Designed by German engineers, the solo by AL-KO T 22-105.1 HD-A V2 Premium lawn tractor is packed with an array of superior and intuitive features which turn a functional garden tool into an emotive driving experience.

Low foot rests with premium non-slip foot plates and plenty of legroom ensure easy mounting and dismounting and a low center of gravity with no danger of tipping. In addition, all controls can easily be reached from the operator's seat, meaning there is nothing to prevent you from enjoying stress-free mowing. The tractor's body is resistant to impact and fading so it will always look like new. The heavy, solid front axle ensures excellent stability whilst wide tyres protect the lawn and ensure optimum traction and driving comfort.

Other key features include optimum seat position, conveniently positioned parking brake, easy access to the battery for charging, integrated toolbar, maintenance free rods for throttle and brake, and a tool-less bonnet for easy maintenance.

The integral tow hitch extends the use of the AL-KO Solo T 22-105.1 HD-A V2 Premium lawn tractor to an all-year-round machine with the addition of a range of tow-behind accessories.

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