View Full Version : New Billy Goat Debris Loader Vacuum Htr1803v

08-01-2007, 01:35 PM
This was bought 3 season ago and I used it about 5 times. It works great for sucking leaves. I am going in a new direction and need to sell. My loss is your gain. This is used BUT in new condition.

For medium to large jobs with heavy volumes of organic debris or litter, the Billy Goat HTR Debris Loader is up to the task. This big brother of the original TR shares a common frame and exhaust elbow, but everything else is more substantial.

The strength of the HTR Debris Loader is matched only by its massive suction power. This loader features all-steel construction and an armor-plated 3/8" steel impeller for bulk reduction and impact resistance.

The HTR Debris Loader is perfect for quick processing of large amounts of thatch in the spring, grass clippings throughout the summer, leaves in the autumn, and litter or debris any time in between.

Model No. HTR1803V -
18 HP Briggs & Stratton Vanguard Twin
Performance 3200 CFM @ 3700 RPM
Unit Weight 274 lbs. (with hose)
Housing Vertical volute 12-gauge steel w/10-gauge steel liner
Impeller 16” diameter, 4-bladed, 3/8” T1 steel
Hose 10” diameter x 12.5’ length
EPDM coated canvas with wear strip, metal helix
Frame 12-gauge steel with full width tailgate clamp
Boom Hinged steel support for hose
Exhaust 7” diameter 14-gauge steel with 360° swivel
Length 36.5”
Width 24.25”
Height 66”

I would like to get $2000 for it but am open to offers or trades.

08-01-2007, 02:06 PM
Would you ship it??

08-03-2007, 08:49 AM
I could see what I can do but I am sure it would not be to cheap to ship. It is kinda an odd size.

08-21-2007, 05:26 PM
I am interested if it is still available. I'm located in northwest arkansas and would be interested in shipping options or potentially driving to you to pick it up. Please let me know what options are available. Thanks.


08-21-2007, 08:47 PM
Very interested!! if its still for sale my #814-504-0286, Brian.

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08-21-2007, 11:54 PM
Is it still for sale ? Would like to look at it.