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That's because yours is a 4 wheeler. The rollers are single speed.

I have a brand new 2016 model Wetwang 48cm roller with electric start at 25% discount, so only £750 for anyone seeking a bargain.

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That's because yours is a 4 wheeler. The rollers are single speed.

I have a brand new 2016 model Wetwang 48cm roller with electric start at 25% discount, so only £750 for anyone seeking a bargain.

I wonder why the roller Kaaz pro version only has a single speed ....are they a bit higher geared do you suppose ?

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I wonder why the roller Kaaz pro version only has a single speed ....are they a bit higher geared do you suppose ?

Can you get more traction from a roller opposed to dinky wheels ...dunno?

 

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I wonder why the roller Kaaz pro version only has a single speed ....are they a bit higher geared do you suppose ?

Not my area of expertise at all, but isn't a roller mower more suited to very regular mowing, and therefore more regular and predictable crop flow, whereas a wheeled model can have greater height adjustment to be able to deal with a greater variety of circumstances, hence more speed options?

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Not my area of expertise at all, but isn't a roller mower more suited to very regular mowing, and therefore more regular and predictable crop flow, whereas a wheeled model can have greater height adjustment to be able to deal with a greater variety of circumstances, hence more speed options?

Sure...i to figure the roller mower will spend its time on a lawn that someone likes stripes on and the 4 wheeler can do some rough cutting as well as the lawn grass. I just wonder if the roller has a "in between" speed of the wheeled version. 1st on the 4 wheeler is slow and 2nd is fairly brisk.

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The roller versions are single speed because of the more compact gearbox which sits between the two halves of the the roller.

They used to be a little too slow for contactors but a higher speed box was introduced a couple of years ago on the 'pro' model giving it a speed only a little less than the 4 wheeler.

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The roller versions are single speed because of the more compact gearbox which sits between the two halves of the the roller.

They used to be a little too slow for contactors but a higher speed box was introduced a couple of years ago on the 'pro' model giving it a speed only a little less than the 4 wheeler.

 

Thanks for the info :thumbup1:

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The roller versions are single speed because of the more compact gearbox which sits between the two halves of the the roller.

They used to be a little too slow for contactors but a higher speed box was introduced a couple of years ago on the 'pro' model giving it a speed only a little less than the 4 wheeler.

Gardenkit how do you tell old model weibang roller mowerd to the new.

Youd said that some mechanical problems had existed in older models

 

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Gardenkit how do you tell old model weibang roller mowerd to the new.

Youd said that some mechanical problems had existed in older models

 

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To be quite honest I am not really sure. Although I have one in the showroom (by accident!) its not a product range that I have taken on although I know the company well.

 

I think anything of 2015 MY and onwards will be OK though.

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