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Makita 75.6cc 4-Stroke Backpack Blower BBX7600N

April 11, 2013

Makita Keeps it Simple but Powerful

Makita 75.6cc 4-Stroke Backpack Blower BBX7600N

The Makita 75.6cc 4-Stroke Backpack Blower BBX7600N  is built with power in mind and has a consumer pleasing addition with the new fuel efficient 75.6 cc 4-stroke commercial duty engine. It also exceeds EPA exhaust emission regulations, meaning it can be used in any state, including California. The blower has a mechanical automatic engine decompression, which aids in the operator starting up the machine quicker and easier.

Produces Less Noise and Requires Less Maintenance

A large capacity muffler is included on the back of the Makita BBX7600N and is made to ensure that the blower has a quieter sound during its operation at 74dB(A). Faster and easier maintenance is provided in the blowers design with a large capacity air filter that is entirely replaceable, as well as an oil filling port and drain plug area, all of which are designed to provide the operator with easy access.

Comfortably Compact

While the operator wears the backpack blower BBX7600N he has a soft grip that offers less overall machine vibration while it is in use, as well as an optional cruise control lever made to target and reduce the operators fatigue. The compact design adds to the overall comfort level with less weight at 22.6 pounds, which makes carrying the blower easier on the operators back as well as supports him in navigating tight and confined areas. The 4-stroke backpack blower has included padded shoulder straps and a ventilated back panel to keep the operator cool, and that’s in addition to the added lumbar support that is geared towards improving the operators comfort level while he uses the blower.

 

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