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Harrier 56 Autodrive

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Lighten the workload

The Harrier 56, the largest pedestrian rear roller rotary lawnmower in the Hayter range, features an impressive 56cm (22˝) cutting width. With a refined appearance, the Harrier 56 is offered in three models. All evoke the Hayter marque in both build quality and performance. Achieving a beautiful striped finish on a large lawn is now easier than ever.

Features and benefits:

Two piece, ribbed rear roller with differential for superior traction, easy turning and a perfectly striped finish. The roller also offers the ability to cut over the lawn edge

Die-cast aluminium deck provides corrosion resistance, high durability and long life

Briggs & Stratton engines provide guaranteed power and performance. Ease of starting is assured with ReadyStart® - no need to prime

Tough ABS underdeck liner for enhanced cut and collection performance, easy cleaning and quieter operation

Lifetime guarantee against engine crankshaft damage through our friction disc system

Large capacity fabric grassbag which can be lifted through the handlebar for easier emptying

Can be used without grassbag as a rear discharge mower. Can also be used to collect autumn leaves.

Counter-balanced single lever height-of-cut adjustment for light and easy selection of the eight cutting heights

Variable ground speed between 1.5 - 3.0mph to suit different conditions and operator preferences

Long-life ball bearings in front wheels and self-aligning roller bearings in rear roller ensure smooth running

Folding handlebar for compact storage

It operates on ordinary unleaded petrol, however due to recent changes in regulations this has become less reliable as a fuel and we would recomend the use of Aspen 4. This keeps fresh for up to 5 years, is 99% less toxic than ordinary fuel and is cleaner burning allowing for a reduction in repair

Complete peace of mind 5 Year Warranty

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