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Billy Goat MV601SPE Vacuum 29" Wide Self-Propelled Electric Start Briggs & Stratton 190cc Engine

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Billy Goat MV601SPE Vacuum 29" Wide Self-Propelled Electric Start Briggs & Stratton 190cc Engine

Step up to the heavy-duty clean up power of the MV Series 74cm/29" wide lawn and litter vacuums. Designed for both hard surfaces and turf, the MV Series is ideal for larger properties, commercial lots, leaf clean up, hire companies, parks, city streets, school districts or municipal clean up. Powerful 6-blade serrated impeller for maximum suction and debris reduction. Picks up cans, bottles, grass clippings, litter and other debris with ease. Abrasion-resistant composite housing components reduce weight and won’t rust or dent.

This MV601SPE vacuum is self propelled, 3 speed, and features a Briggs & Stratton electric start engine. Made for easy starting. 


  • 74 cm / 29" Gobbler Door - Adjustable from the operator’s position for easy switching between hard surface, turf or hose applications.
  • Unique Top Fill Design - Keeps dust out of operator’s face and ensures optimum filling.
  • Top Loading Bag - Slides in and out on rails for best in class unloading. The 151 litres mesh bag holds up to 23 kg of debris.
  • Easy Control of Height - Crank style for optimum performance on turf and hard surfaces.
  • 3-Speed Transmission - The MV Series self propelled models are equipped with a 3-gear ultra smooth and durable transmission.
  • 36cm / 14" Wheels - The 14” wheels smooth out the rough areas and make the vacuum maneuverable.

Pictured with optional hose kit.

Air Volume CFM 2500 CFM
Amazon ASIN N/A
Drive Type Self Propelled
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton
Engine Power 190 cc
Engine Type 4-Stroke
Starter Type Electric
Vendor Part Number MV601SPE

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Dealing with Arlington has been very easy. The product went out very quickly. However, the instructions for assembly requires some work. It seems the instructions were from an earlier model as some of the steps were incorrect and didn't apply to this model. Also, it wouldn't start. I finally figured out that the catch bag has to be inserted just right or the fail-safe switch doesn't activate. I haven't used it yet, but it seems like it has plenty of vacuum.

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