The Stihl RM 756 YC is a professional hydrostatic self propelled lawnmower equipped with a powerful Kawasaki Fj180 V KAI OHV engine. Everything about this machine is made for professional prolonged use from its 3 liter fuel tank to its anti vibration system to Its hybrid magnesium deck coupled with side protectors and alloy wheels with sealed bearing units to ensure robustness. The 80 liter bag is made from a tough fabric and has top class airflow so the bag is full to the top thus not wasting any time and can be emptied without switching off the engine with the blade brake clutch system. Each wheel has an individual height adjuster to suit varied lawn conditions.
Kawasaki engine with OHV
- Highlift blade
The highlift blade gives a precise finish to the lawn and ensures optimal filling of the grass catcher box. The blade creates a strong air current in the housing, which makes the grass stand upright before cutting and efficiently carries the clippings into the catcher box using an integrated and powerful air flow system.
- Hydrostatic drive
The hydrostatic drive provides variable speed control across a large adjustment range.
- Blade Brake Clutch
The blade brake clutch disengages the blade and engine to protect the crankshaft. This allows the grass catcher box to be emptied without restarting the engine. The mower can also be driven around the garden without the blades working.
- Super soft grip
The super soft grip is comfortable to hold, especially when used over longer periods.
- Fabric grass catcher bag
With its 80-litre capacity, the robust fabric grass catcher bag is suited for mowing large lawns. It can be comfortably folded together and is equipped with anti-dust protection.
- Hybrid housing
Hybrid housing is characterised by there light weight and durability. These are ensured both by the outer housing made from magnesium with scratch-proof powder coating as well as the inner housing of impact-resistant polymer.
- Anti-vibration elements
The integrated anti vibration system ensures smooth running during mowing.