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Husqvarna 22 In. Overseeder Honda GX Engine

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Original price $2,299.99 - Original price $2,299.99
Original price
$2,299.99 - $2,299.99
Current price $2,299.99

This Husqvarna SD22 Seeder comes with an efficient and reliable Honda GX Engine. Equipped with a 30lb seed hopper, a site window, and seed gate activation assists you in minimizing seed damage and helps maintain your seed usage. Also, steel blades cut into the ground, giving you more options to over-seed, dethatch or aerate on inclines.

  • 160cc Honda GX Engine: This seeder is equipped with a durable and reliable 160cc Honda GX Engine that’s CARB compliant.
  • Adjustable Handle: Ergonomically designed foam handle features three different user heights and folds for easy transportation, and storage. Also includes automatic declutching to stop the blade, keeping you safe.
  • Depth Adjustment: Seven different depth presets are located on the control lever, giving you more control over the seeding depth.
  • Seed Box: A covered 30lb seed hopper, that will not dent or rest, is conveniently located on the back. For maintaining seed usage and minimizing seed damage a site window is located on the lid of the hopper. Also, a mounted seed gate activation handle is included allowing complete control of your seed usage.
  • Delta Blade Reel: Steel blades have beveled cutting edges to cut slits into the ground, giving you more options to over-seed, dethatch or to aerate on inclines.

Engine Brand Honda
Power 4.8hp

Working Width: 22 inches

Cutting Equipment
Blade Type: Delta Blade

Length (in.) 46 inches
Width (in.) 31 inches
Height (in.) 39 inches
Weight (lbs.) 150 lbs

Engine:Engine 4-Cycle

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