PR550H

Part No. 883051

The PR550 efficiently removes matted thatch from turf in 20” (51 cm) passes, and its rugged design withstands the most demanding use.

Because the rotation is down sweep, the flails propel the PR forward, making it self-propelled and reducing fatigue.

Additionally, because it weighs slightly more than other power rakes on the market, with steel guards, heavier wheels, premium bearings, and a 10-gauge (3,6 mm) steel engine base, the PR absorbs much of the vibration before it is transferred to the handle, which improves operator comfort and handling.

This PR comes standard with Honda engine coupled to a free swinging , heat treated, tempered flail blade reel, mounted to heavy-duty cast iron pillow block bearings with grease zerks. The PR is convertible to overseeder or vertislicer with optional accessories.

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Product Details

Premium Steel Pulleys, Easy to Adjust Idler & Easy to Change Belt

Contribute to simple service and long life. Protected by a steel guard.

Fold-n-Go™ No Tool, No Bolt Foldable Handles

Great for storage, transport and long life.

Heavy-Duty Wheels

Steel rim and roller bearings stand up to the most demanding customers and applications.

Infinite Heavy-Duty Depth Adjustment

Save on blade wear when compared to preset adjustments that may promote premature flail wear.

Flail Reel

Heat treated and tempered blades stand up to heavy use.

Premium Inside Mounted Engagement Bale

Allows disengagement of the cutting system while transporting. 

Cast Iron Pillow Block Bearings with Grease Zerks

Provides longer life vs. plastic.

PR550H
Engine Brand Honda®
Depth Adjustment Infinite
Depth in (cm) 0.125 to 0.5 (0.3 to 1.3)
Reel in (cm) 20 (51) Flail
Productivity (sq ft/hr) 13,200
Weight (kg) 73.5
Length in (cm) 45.5 (116)
Width in (cm) 26.5 (67)
Engine Warranty* 3-year limited
RRP $3,599.00

*Terms and conditions apply, see operators' manual for details.

Optional Vertislicing Reel

Part #: 80023141

Perfect for thinning running grasses, improving drainage and overseeding.