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- Large 5-blade impeller with serrated edges
- Variable height adjustment
- Integral dust skirt
- Optional hose kit
- Zipperless bag for simple bag handling
- Honda or Briggs power, self-propelled option
- Engine: 190 cc Briggs (KV600, KV600SP) or 187 cc Honda (KV650H, KV650SPH, TKV650SPH)
- Bag Volume: 40 gal.
- Bag: Mesh w/dust skirt
- CFM: 1700
Powerful suction and easy operation make cleanup a snap for leaves, seeds, mulch, blooms, branches, litter and debris. The 27” wide lawn and litter vacuum is ideal for residential and property maintenance and builds on our 40 year legacy of strong suction, simple operation and reliable design that makes outdoor vacuum cleanup a snap.
Whether it’s residential cleanup for your patio, lawn, driveway, walkway, shrubs, beds, decks, pool areas, trees, parking lots or fence lines – the KV inhales and bags all your yard cleanup debris. An optional hose kit (pictured) helps between shrubs, beds and under decks or utilities. The self-propelled TKV model includes an on-board 2” chipper.
Put the power of our 40-year proven and leading brand to work on your cleanup project today!
|Engine:||190 cc Briggs (KV600, KV600SP) or 187 cc Honda (KV650H, KV650SPH)|
|Bag Volume:||40 gal.|
|Bag:||Mesh w/dust skirt (Part # 891132)|
|Weight:||112 lbs KV600, 129 lbs KV600SP, 113 lbs KV650H, 132 lbs. KV650SPH, 141 lbs TKV650SPH|
KV Optional Hose Kit
Part #: 891125
Optional hose kit has telescoping handle, is ergonomic and is great for cleaning hard-to-reach areas.
Part #: 891128
Increases maneuverability and helps to protect against wear on hard surfaces.
Nozzle Wear Kit
Part #: 891127
Prevents nozzle wear on hard surface applications.
Part #: 891137Is ideal for protecting your machine from the elements.
Optional Liner Sleeve
Part #: 891134
Protects housing in sandy conditions, increasing the life of the housing.
Optional Felt Bag (KV)
Part #: 891126
Provides better dust control.
Shredder Screen Kit
Part #: 891153
Reduces dry leaves up to 12 to 1.
How do I determine which KV model is best suited to my needs?
If you’re going to use the vacuum on steeper inclines or rough terrain, we recommend the self-propelled version. The KV push model is very easy to maneuver and an excellent choice for most homeowners.
How long is the hose on the optional On-Board-Hose Kit?
The hose is 8 feet long. Ideal for cleaning between shrubs, under decks, window wells, utilities and other hard to reach areas. Most KV vacuums are requested with hose kits because they work so well.
Can I increase the length of the KV hose?
Yes, couplers and additional hose lengths are available but extending the length will reduce suction by as much as 25%. Also, extending the hose will make it more difficult to carry the hose on-board.
How much does the KV vacuum shred leaves?
That varies depending on several factors such as leaf size, moisture content in the leaves, and leaf thickness. Dry ash leaves turn to dust but wet, leathery magnolia leaves may only reduce in a 2:1 ratio. As a general rule, you can expect a 3:1 reduction.
Will the KV pick up glass bottles?
Yes it will—glass bottles up to 12 ounces and cans, too, with no damage to your vacuum. The KV’s powerful suction makes clean-up a snap for leaves, seeds, mulch, blooms, branches, litter and debris.
Why should I buy an MV vacuum instead of a KV vacuum? What is the difference?
The MV lawn and litter vacuum is ideal for larger properties, commercial lots, leaf clean-up, rental, parks, city streets, school districts or municipal festival clean-up. Whereas the KV is ideal for residential or smaller commercial property maintenance. If you look closely, the housing of the MV is much larger than the KV. The impeller (fan) is six-bladed and larger in diameter. Working in combination, these two parts produce greater suction with less noise at lower engine speed than you’ll find on the KV. The revolutionary bagging system is unique to the MV and another reason many choose the MV vacuum. Both the MV and KV are available with a choice of Honda or Briggs engines and either push or self-propelled.
I love these little vacs! They have great suction and can take a beating better than any other vac made. With a liner kit it can handle even the most abrasive materials!» Read More
B.J. from Cartersville, GA; Riverbend Landscaping
I am so pleased with my Billy Goat TKV650. I have a large tarmac drive with trees. It's my second year with the machine and its the best thing since sliced bread.» Read More
Tony Stanberry of Spalding, Lincs; UK
My self-propelled KV vac is 1000 times better than any vac I have ever used!» Read More
Ben E.; Marysville, OH
I am writing to tell you how absolutely fabulous your lawn vacuum is. I bought it in the summer and cleaned up pine needles now and then, but today...» Read More
Stephen A. of North Hampton, NH
I write to you today with a bruised ego! Every fall I had the largest leaf pile on my street and the local DPW would complain. I bought the Billy Goat lawn vacuum to assist me, then the following year purchased the Force 13. That was six years ago...» Read More
Scott S; Oradell, NJ
This is the second Billy Goat leaf vacuum I purchased. I had one back in the '80's when I had my landscaping business. I remembered how well it worked and how well built it was, so I purchased one for my home.» Read More
Duane R.; Conway, South Carolina