Grillo Climber 7.13

Safe Mowing on Slopes
The Climber 7.13 is generally used on smaller properties around 1 - 2 acres and where the terrain underfoot is smoother and therefore the machine can be a lighter build than the heavier 9 series models which suit rougher applications.

Whilst this machine can work well in lighter applications if a lot of work on very steep slopes is required then a 7.16 with more power can be a better option.
 
This machine has a 34" (85cm) cutting width and a 13.5HP engine.

The Climber 7.13 will tackle terrain and long grass that other mowers can't cope with and allow you to mow safely in damp and slippery conditions.

This machine has a hydrostatic gearbox which uses hydraulic oil to provide the motive link between the engine and the wheels.  No gears = increased reliability.

The 7.13 has dependable front drum brakes not available on other machines which allow you to brake the mower when mowing downhill and increases safety in case of emergency stopping. 

Differential locking increases traction by engaging both drive wheels simultaneously when slipping occurs.  This allows the Climber to mow when slippery or dry and over rough ground where other mowers struggle.

Need more horse power?  See the next model up - the Climber 7.16

Specifications


Engine Briggs & Stratton: 13HP Intek OHV
Economy: 3.1 lt/hr
Starter: Electric, 12V Battery
Gearbox: Hydrostatic Transmission
Differential with locking device
Clutch: electromagnetic clutch with blade brake 
Speed Forward: 0 - 9 km/hr
Speed Reverse: 0 - 4 km/hr Tyres Front 13x5.00-6 Tyres Rear 16x6.50-8
Brakes: Front emergency & rear parking brake
Seat: Sprung & adjustable
Cutting Deck: Rear discharge

Cutting System
Central bar with swing tip blades
Cutting Width: 850mm Blade Tip Speed 76 m/sec
Cutting Height: 6 positions from 35-85mm 1 travel position
Hourly Cutting Capacity: 4800 m2/hr approx

Internal Steering Radius: 450mm
Fuel Tank: 7 lt inc 1 lt emergency supply
Front headlight

Length 1895mm
Width 950mm
Height 975mm
Weight 225 kg
Need more horse power?  See the next model up - the Climber 7.18