The Climber 7 Series will tackle terrain types and long grass that your old mower couldn’t cope with and will allow you to mow safely in damp and slippery conditions.
The Climber 7.13 and Climber 7.16 also feature
tractor type wheels
differential lock for providing better traction
front brakes for instant stopping
Built with quality components, 7 series Climbers will give you years of trouble free running with just normal maintenance.
The Climber 7.13 features a low slung design and is built for smaller properties. It has excellent stability that make it a popular choice for owners with small blocks that may be not so steep but where increased safety is required.
It will also tackle long grass and allow you to mow in all conditions thanks to features such as tractor tyres, differential lock and front drum brakes.
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 7.16 is generally used on medium sized properties up to 3 - 4 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. This machine has a 34" (85cm) cutting width and 16HP V-Twin cylinder Vanguard engine.
The Climber 7.16 will tackle terrain and long grass that other mowers can't cope with and allow you to mow safely in damp and slippery conditions.
With more engine power than the smaller 7.13 model, travelling up and down steep slopes is easy even while mowing long grass. 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.