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Neil&family
20-05-2010, 03:24 PM
Found some specs on this today.Anyone heard much about them?
I got a pici if i can figure out how to attach

Specifications CR8900

ENGINE

Manufacturer
Horsepower
No. of cylinders
Crankshaft alignment
Valve type
Displacement
Cylinder material
Oil filter
Lubrication type
Air filter

Briggs & Stratton Vanguard
18
Two
Vertical
Overhead
570 cc
Cast iron liner
Yes
Pressure lubrication
Paper cartridge with sponge filter
CUTTER DECK

Cutting width
Deck construction
Blade type
Discharge area
Mulching
Bearing housing type
Spindle shaft diameter
Bearing size
Blade engagement
Cutting height range

48"
xx mm thick welded steel deck
3 bar blades
Unrestricted, allowing grass to exit without blocking

Optional extra
Cast iron housing
20 mm
52mm x 20mm
Electric switch
to 2 inch
DRIVE SYSTEM

Manufacturer
Transmission
Rear Axle
Drive attachment
Forward speed range
Reverse speed range

Cox
Toe 'n' heel foot operated friction drive - long life, less wear, parts and maintenance than other types of transmissions
Differential - split for better turning, 25mm diameter
6mm thick steel plate, with self aligning bearings
Infinitely variable up to 9.9 km/hr
Infinitely variable up to 9.9 km/hr

CHASSIS

Width at wheels
Length
Height

xxx cm
xxx cm
xxx cm
GENERAL

Towing hinge
Front wheel
Rear wheel
Wheel construction
Tyre rating
Front wheel bearings
Front wheel axle diameter
Front spindle axle size
Spindle fork bearings
Fuel tank capacity
Headlights
Hour meter
Weight


13 inch
18 inch
Non rusting cast alloy
4 ply with replaceable tubes


xxx mm
Dual self aligning, sealed ball bearings
10 Liters
Twin 25 watt lights
Standard
xxx kg

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Neil&family
20-05-2010, 03:36 PM
Aghh! The text could have been simpler to read but i think its all there.

GreenHaven
20-05-2010, 08:01 PM
boxy and red true cox design. looks the goods but whats the price tag?

Neil&family
21-05-2010, 06:58 AM
Would'nt have a clue.Not much on the net about them.

Redeye
21-05-2010, 02:44 PM
I can't find anything on them. If they're as solid as their lawn-tractors they should be a good product.

Does anyone use a Deutscher ride-on? I used to use their slashers with my local council, as sloid as a tank.

Neil&family
21-05-2010, 05:46 PM
http://www.biland.com.au/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=165&zenid=db790573dd916e756485a3400cd28bb3

Cheers Neil