The Lumag MD300R is a handy and powerful power barrow. With 4wd and skid steering you can go nearly anywhere. Manual with 3 forward and one reverse gear. The chain driven 4 wheel drive offers considerable advantage over friction driven designs used on similar machines.
The skid steer system allows you to spin nearly on the spot with no need for lifting or dragging.
The strong steel skip has a large 300kg capacity great for all sorts of different tasks. The machine is powered by a Loncin G200 engine but we also do a Honda engine version, please click here to view.
The Lumag dumpers are ideal for transporting materials such as sand, salt, gravel, building materials, garden waste, stone, wood etc. The great advantage of these dumpers is the width, with a width of between 73cm the dumpers should fit through the majority of gates and narrow paths.
These wheeled dumpers are particularly good for use on smooth, slippery and/or muddy soils due to their chain driven 4 wheel drive and skid steering which offer considerable grip and will allow you to go nearly anywhere.
*Some assembly is required.
- Engine: 4 Stroke Loncin
- Engine size: 196cc
- RPM: 3,600 rpm
- Drive type: 4 wheel drive
- Gears: 3 forward gears and 1 reverse
- Forward max speed up to: 3.6km/h
- Reverse max speed up to: 1.2km/h
- Ground clearance: 100mm
- Max climbing ability: 20 °
- Weight: 160kg
- Capacity: 300kg
- Dimensions: 1327 x 730 x 1038 mm
- Dump box capacity: 125 L
- Packaging Dimensions: 1110 x 750 x 870 mm
All Lumag Tracked Barrows are covered by a 2 year domestic warranty (1 year for commercial). For your warranty to be valid you will need to complete and return your warranty registration form.
Its so easy to usr
Andrew dyke | Porthmadog | June 2022
Great Machine , Delivered speedily
Machine Direct took the order and processed and started the delivery the same day. The Barrow is excellent working exactly as described and has a powerful enough engine that when filled with gravel can handle a 45 degree slope easily.
Graham Twaddle | Kilcreggan Argyll | June 2022