McCulloch M13597RB


The McCulloch M13597RB riding mower has a lot in common with the McCulloch M13597HRB. They are almost identical except for one simple detail. The M13597RB uses a shift transmission, while the M13597HRB uses a hydrostatic transmission. Other than that, they are pretty much the same machine. The engine in the M13597RB is a Briggs and Stratton. Briggs and Stratton engines power virtually all McCulloch lawn mowers and garden tractors. This particular engine is the PowerBuilt model that produces 13. 5 hp.

The engine powers the deck of the McCulloch M13597RB mower which, as you’ll probably guess from its name, has a 0. 97m (38. 2in) width of cut. It can be adjusted in 0. 5-inch increments from a minimum of 1. 5 inches above your lawn to a maximum of 4 inches above your lawn. In total, it has 6 different operating positions. The mower deck has 2 anti-decubitus wheels on the leading edge that help prevent scratching/scratching/scratching of the grass if the grass is quite uneven or bumpy. The mower deck is manually operated. The blades are belt driven. The great thing about the M13597 RB is that it comes with a back bagger as standard so that your lawn will always have a very neat finish to it. The rear bagging system also indicates when the bag is full to prevent jams. If you don’t like the idea of constantly emptying the rear bag, you can optionally purchase a shredder plate that turns clippings into a fine mulch that rots quickly.

The McCulloch M13597RB comes with a comfortable seat that is easily adjustable depending on your height. The mower deck also has a hose connection for deck cleaning. All you need to do is connect the hose, turn on the tap and start the mower.

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