Husqvarna LC 551VBP 51cm Lawn Mower - Petrol
The Husqvarna LC 551VBP is a robust, high performance variable speed self-propelled petrol-powered lawn mower with a blade brake clutch, a 51cm aluminium deck, side protection bumpers and a powerful Kawasaki engine with a large fuel tank.
It is designed for full time professional and commercial use.
This robust and efficient mower is equipped with a highly specified and powerful Kawaski FJ180KAI petrol engine with a large fuel tank, variable speed self-propelled drive, together with a strong and durable aluminium deck, aluminium wheels with robust double ball bearings wheels for reliable service and excellent traction, aluminium cased transmission, side protection bumpers, a high capacity grass collector and adjustable and folding handles.
The LC 551VBP has collection, rear ejection and BioClip® mulching capabilities (optional BioClip® mulch kit required).
LC551VBP - Kawasaki FJ180KAI 179cm3. Cutting width 51cm. Cutting height 26-74mm. 52.5kg.
RRP from £1,449.60 Inc. VAT
|Cutting Height (max)||74mm|
|Cutting Height (min)||26mm|
|Cutting Method||Collection/rear ejection/BioClip® mulch (optional BioClip® mulch kit required).|
|Drive System||Self-Propelled Variable Speed|
|Collector Volume||65 litres|
|Collector Type||Fabric with dust blocker|
|Our Price (Exc. VAT)||£959.00
The Husqvarna LC 551VBP is equipped with a 51cm aluminium cutting deck, a powerful Kawasaki FJ180KAI petrol engine with a large fuel tank, variable speed self-propelled drive, a blade brake clutch, side protection bumpers, aluminium wheels with double bearings and rubber tyres, folding and adjustable ergonomic handles with a soft-grip handlebar, central cutting height adjustment which combine to provide a comfortable and efficient cutting experience.
It also features an easily removeable 65 litre capacity canvas grass collector for easy emptying, or can also be used without the collector for direct rear ejection. An optional Bioclip® mulch kit is also available for use with the LC 551VBP which dispenses fine grass clippings onto the soil, fertilising and fortifying the lawn in the process.