Hello Bob, Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The correct image is going to be without the black cylinder, we've gotten the photos updated to the most current ones. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions, at email@example.com Thank you!
Hello Juan, we do have a customer support rep who is able to speak Spanish. They may have been out of the office during the time of your call but if you'd be kind enough to give us a call back we would be happy to assist you. You can reach them at 1(847) 327-0566, then select Option 2. Thank you!
This machine has a ground clearance of roughly 4" with the lowest point being at the operators controls which is 3" of clearance.
From the Yardmax website, in the FAQ on the product page for this item: What is the smallest opening through which I can drive the YD8105? You would need a width of at least 28in for your machine to pass through.
The limiting factor when using your barrow on an incline or slope is the engine oil. All of our engines are equipped with low oil shut down and the engine will shut down if there isn’t enough oil to keep it lubricated. If you have it at the minimum level on the dip stick required by the oil sensor (370ml) it breaks down as follows: 1) The engine will not shut down whatever degree when the power wheelbarrows declines from right to left (Right hand side higher than the left hand side). 2) The engine will shut down at 9.2 degree when the power wheelbarrow declines from the left to the right. (Left hand side is higher than the right hand side). 3) The engine will shut down at 26 degree when the power wheelbarrow declines from the front to the rear (The front is higher than the rear). 4) The engine will shut down at 19 degree when the power wheelbarrow declines from the rear to the front (The rear is higher than the front).
Generally, a lawn will be okay with the tracked barrows, and it won't tear up the lawn. However, keep in mind that if your lawn is wet and the soil is soft, and you keep running over the same path back and forth, there naturally will be some wear on the lawn. Try to not use the same path every time, and try not to make 360 or 180 turns in place, either.
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