Walk-Behind Roller Honda 10.7HP 29 wide
Patch roller, Honda GX340
Patch and go with Multiquip’s one person patch crew- the V305EH walk behind roller. Designed to meet operator expectations for easy steering and transport, it is the ideal option for small repair and maintenance jobs.
Reliable Honda GX340 engine for easy starting and quiet operation.
Maintenance free vibratory assembly requires no greasing to reduce service time.
Patent pending plastic water tank eliminates water flow obstructions from rust build-up.
Spring loaded scraper bar folds up for easy change out and cleanup.
Elongated handle provides leverage for increased maneuverability and three height adjustments enhance operator comfort.
Multi-functional handle controls forward and reverse travel, water flow to the drum, vibration and the emergency stop feature.
Three water flow adjustment settings allow for even water distribution to the drum.
Hour/Tachometer simplifies service and tracks maintenance intervals.
Swing away hood requires no tools to access internal components.
Adjustable transport hooks are easily changed to meet truck height requirements.
Central lifting eye for balanced lifting.
Stabilizing rollers help maintain operator balance.
29” wide steel drum with beveled edges helps prevent asphalt marring.
Hydrostatic drive system offers variable speed control, smooth acceleration and braking.
Compaction Force 3800 lbf 16.9 kN
Frequency 4200 VPM 73.3 Hz
Drum Width 29 in 737 mm
Travel Speed 0-2.5 mph 0-4 kph
Water Tank Capacity 7 gal 26.5 L
Dimensions & Weights
Overall Length 88.5 in 2248 mm
Overall Width 35 in 889 mm
Overall Height 86.5 in 2197 mm
Operating Weight 1168 lb 530 kg
Notice: Features and equipment specifications are subject to change without notice.
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