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Palmi Mak AC1 olive harvester head with 5mm carbon tines. Compatible with 26 mm tubes with 7 mm diameter transmission shaft and 7 splines (adaptable to the Oleo Mac BC240D olive harvester and a large number of machines on the market). The lightest palmer with maximum bending capacity turns your brushcutter into a vareador, made for 26 mm tubes.
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