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    weber mt CR 8 Specifications & Technical Data (2001-2005)

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    Weight: 559kg – Centrifugal force: 72kN – Working width: 700mm – Vibrating frequency: 62.5Hz – Engine manuf.: Hatz – Engine type: 1D50S

    Technical specs - CR 8 weber mt

    Specification

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur.Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    • Weight 559 kg
    • Centrifugal force 72 kN
    • Working width 700 mm
    • Vibrating frequency 62.5 Hz
    • Engine manuf. Hatz
    • Engine type 1D50S
    • Engine power 8.1 kW

    More technical details, like: dimension lxwxh, displacement, revolutions at max torque, max. torque, no. of cylinders, cylinder bore x stroke, emission level are available in the full technical specs.

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