Simon Winstanley

Spirit 41 - Push

Spirit 41 - Push

The Spirit 41 petrol rear roller range with their fresh design and appearance are both manoeuvrable and lightweight. Their revolutionary design introduces an aluminium skeleton chassis into the construction with tough ABS polymer formed covers and underdeck. This adds robustness and continues the Hayter tradition of producing tough durable machines. With the simple to use single height of cut lever and large diameter rear roller a wonderfully neat and striped lawn finish is easier than ever to achieve.

Features And Benefits

  • Strong lightweight aluminium skeleton chassis for all key mounting points
  • Can be used without grassbag as a rear discharge mower
  • Front fins that noticeably improve the quality of cut and grass collection
  • Full width ribbed rear roller for a striped finish
  • Rubber rimmed wheels with ball race bearings for smooth operation and long life
  • Handlebars fold requiring less storage space
  • Smooth high impact ABS plastic underdeck for improved collection and reduced noise
  • Seven height of cut settings between 13-65mm, controlled by a single counter-balanced lever for easy adjustment
  • Comfortable full width bail arm
  • OPC (Operator Presence Control) for safe operation
  • Briggs & Stratton Series 500 engine for guaranteed performance and reduced emissions
  • Fabric grassbag can be lifted through the handlebars for easy emptying
  • Friction disc fitted for lifetime guarantee against engine crankshaft bending


Lawn TypeStripesCutting WidthCutting HeightCutting System
Striped LawnYes410 mm13 - 65 mmMetal Blade
Grassbag CapacityMachine Size (WxLxH)Net WeightMethod of StartingWorking Angle
55.0 litres472 x 1370 x 1050 mm29.5 kgPull Start20
Forward speedDrive SystemEngine modelEngine ccFuel Tank Capacity
PushPushBriggs and Stratton Series 5001551
Crankshaft ProtectionStyle of handleHomeowner WarrantyCommercial Warranty
Friction DiscTwo Piece Folding3 year90 day

This product was added to our Web site on Friday 25 February, 2011.