Petrol Brushcutters


43 cm
Cutting width
0.9 kW
Power output1
7 kg
Weight (excl. cutting equipment)
What's included
HUSQVARNA 131R - 967 84 31‑01


  • Grass blade
    Multi 330-2
  • Harness
    Single harness

Not included

  • Saw blade
  • Trimmer head


Specially adapted for farm work, this brushcutter offers a robust, durable construction, easy starts and comfortable handling thanks to the die casted bullhorn handle bar bracket with anti-vibration. The tool-less filter cover makes the filter easy to access for cleaning. A metal skid plate protects the fuel tank whereas the metal clutch cover and die cast reinforced bevel gear provides durability and long lifetime.
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Bullhorn brushcutter

Art no: 967 84 31‑01

Bullhorn brushcutter
Art no: 967 84 31‑01
Cylinder displacement32.6 cm³
Power output1
0.9 kW
Fuel tank volume0.9 l
Fuel consumption550 g/kWh
Maximum power speed7,000 rpm
Idling speed3,000 rpm
Maximum rpm output shaft7,100 rpm
Electrode gap0.6 mm
Clutch engagement speed (±120)4,880 rpm
Torque, max.1.3 Nm
Torque, max. at rpm6,000 rpm
Spark PlugNGK BPM7A
Grass bladeMulti 330-2
HarnessSingle harness
Saw bladeNot included
Trimmer headNot included
Handle typeBullhorn
ConnectivityNot applicable
Cutting width43 cm
Gear ratio0.74
Drive gear angle30 °
Tube diameter28 mm
Weight (excl. cutting equipment)7 kg
Tube length1,495 mm
Lubricant type (Engine)Husqvarna 2 stroke or equiv. at 50:1
Lubricant type (bevel gear)Mineral grease
Sound and noise
Sound pressure level at operators ear92.4 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA)115 dB(A)
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) left handle4.59 m/s²
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) right handle4.34 m/s²
Owner support
Manuals, handbooks, spare parts, guides, and related information for 131R can be found in the product support.
Product support for 131R
  • 1Power output: Net power rating as per ISO 8893, at specified RPM
  • 2Exhaust emissions (CO₂ EU V): This CO2 measurement results from testing over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions a(n) (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) and shall not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.