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Hayter – Harrier 56 Pro Autodrive

The choice of the professional.


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A ground-up re-development of the original Harrier® PRO rear roller lawnmowers has resulted in 90% NEW components being designed and engineered. The culmination is a professional lawnmower range that delivers even greater day-in day-out commercial-strength performance and reliability, demanded by the very best professional gardeners and landscapers.


Features include:

56cm (22inch) cutting width

– Large capacity grassbox

– Hand/Arm vibration 3.6m/s2

Briggs and Stratton 850E series I/C engine with Readystart

World’s first Crank-Safe BBC System. Hayter’s patented system combines the ease of use of a BBC system with the reassurance of lifetime crank-shaft warranty (contact us for more details)

Aluminium cutter deck gives incredible strength and corrosion resistance. High strength and durability to low weight ratio

Maximum collection performance is achieved with a highly unique deck underside and blade profile designed using aerospace technology

Vari-Pitch™ cutting technology automatically adjusts the pitch angle of the cutter deck to increase airflow when height set to cut longer grass (patent pending)

Easy-wash hose connector port offers a convenient and easy way to clean the cutting chamber, ensuring optimum performance

Fixed speed auto-drive system provides optimum productivity – Ground speed of 3.0 mph

Two-piece steel ribbed rear rollers provides superior traction, manoeuvrability and avoids turf marking when turning

Front bumper provides protection for the deck and wheels

– Easy to adjust height-of-cut adjustable between 13-60mm, controlled by a single counter-balanced lever for quick adjustment

ReadyStart® technology. This intelligent automatic choke system recognises the temperature of the engine and primes the starting process accordingly

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