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weigbang Scarifier WB 486 CRC

€999,00
Powered by a Briggs & Stratton 750 Series engine
♦ Powder coated steel chassis
♦ 46cm working width
♦ 28 carbon steel swing tip blade design
♦ Fully adjustable raking debth
♦ Transport mode
The Weibang WB486CRB is controlled by a clutch system, the scarifying rotor is fitted with 28 double-tipped carbon steel blades. Raking depth is fully adjustable to a maximum 7cm, to remove moss and thatch and aerate roots gently but effectively. Powered by an easy to start, reliable 5hp Briggs & Stratton engine, the WB486CRB scarifier has a max 46cm working width.The pressed steel body has a hard-wearing powder-coated finish and is extremely durable, ensuring your product lasts.
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