McCulloch M175H38RB


The McCulloch M175H38RB riding mower is very similar to the McCulloch M17538H in almost every way, except for one crucial difference. The M175H38RB comes standard with a rear bagger, while the M17538H does not. The McCulloch M175H38RB is a more commercial mower. The Briggs and Stratton engine that powers it has a fairly large fuel tank that can hold up to 7. 6 liters of gasoline. The Briggs and Stratton engine drives the wheels of the mower transmitting power through a hydrostatic transmission making it automatic. Its speed is controlled by a manual lever.

The McCulloch M175H38RB has a mower deck with a 0. 97 m (38 in) width of cut. This mower deck raises and lowers in 0. 5-inch increments through 6 different operating heights. This mower deck also comes with 2 anti-scalping wheels attached to the front edge. These do the simple job of making sure the header doesn’t scrape the ground as it travels over it. The mower deck is raised and lowered by a spring-assisted manual lever. Fortunately, the M175H38RB comes with a rear bagger as standard. This bagger has a capacity of 250 liters (7. 1 bushel). If you don’t want to constantly empty the bagger, you can dump the grass clippings onto your lawn or use a mulch plate.

The McCulloch M175H38RB comes with a digital hour meter as standard so you can keep track of the next time you need to have it serviced. If you like this mower, but need something that is a bit more powerful and has a wider cutting width, then you might like the McCulloch M185107HRB or even the McCulloch M19542H mower.

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