Power Trackbarrow w/ Gas Shock Assist — Hopper

Model Number: YD8103

 

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Features & Benefits

Features and Benefits

  • Gas shock assist helps dump the heaviest loads with ease and accuracy.
  • Tracks offer all-terrain traction and stability across uneven, muddy and wet ground.
  • Powered by Briggs & Stratton 900 Series engine.
  • Multi-speed heavy-duty transmission (3 Forward speeds plus Reverse).
  • Zero turn radius for pivoting on a dime without damaging the ground.
  • Evenly balanced to maximize control and prevent tipping.
  • Controls ensure an instant stop with release of drive handle – prevents usage without engagement.
  • Solid steel hopper, frame, and handles for durability – 660lb capacity
Customer Reviews
FAQs

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

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Features and Benefits

  • Gas shock assist helps dump the heaviest loads with ease and accuracy.
  • Tracks offer all-terrain traction and stability across uneven, muddy and wet ground.
  • Powered by Briggs & Stratton 900 Series engine.
  • Multi-speed heavy-duty transmission (3 Forward speeds plus Reverse).
  • Zero turn radius for pivoting on a dime without damaging the ground.
  • Evenly balanced to maximize control and prevent tipping.
  • Controls ensure an instant stop with release of drive handle – prevents usage without engagement.
  • Solid steel hopper, frame, and handles for durability – 660lb capacity
Customer Reviews

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

Can’t find your answer?
If your question is not here, please check our FAQs. If you need additional help, please Contact Us.