ABR 26 J

Petrol lawn trimmer - brushcutter

This 25.4cc petrol brushcutter is equipped with a ‘loop’ handle and a twin-line cutter-head. Weighs 7.1 kg.
  • Perfect to cut wildly grown grass and thick vegetation, thanks to included blade
  • Equipped with a 25,4 cc petrol engine
  • Easy start system, to start engine even with low outside temperatures
  • Splittable shaft, easy to store and transport
  • Tap&Go nylon head makes maintenance very easy
  • Single harness included, to enhance comfort
Tax Included

Product details and specs

If you’re finding your electric brushcutter is underperforming, this powerful petrol-driven model from Alpina will prove a great buy!
Supplying that power is a 25.4cc two-stroke air-cooled engine that benefits from Alpina’s hassle-eliminating Easy Start system; and which develops a sizeable 1hp (0.7kW).
The Alpina ABR 26 J comes with two-cutter-heads - firstly, there’s a twin-line strimmer-head perfect for the post-mowing tidy; secondly, you’ll get a three-tooth metal brush-blade that will scythe with ease through weeds, nettles and other more challenging vegetation.
Alpina’s provision of a single-shoulder harness ensures a high level of user-comfort; while a two-piece splittable shaft means it will take up minimal space in the shed or garage.
The line-head on the ABR 26 J features a bump-feed mechanism that does away with the need to attend directly to the spool when new cord is required.


Face any challenge
This brushcutter is the perfect tool to face any kind opf overgrown grass and thick vegetation.
Start whenever you like
Easy Start makes getting going fast and stress-free.
Easy to store
Split shaft for space-saving transport and storage.
You are unstoppable
Advance the line by simply tapping the cutter-head on the ground!

What's in the box

ABR 26 J
ABR 26 J
Petrol lawn trimmer - brushcutter
  • lensNylon head
  • lensMetal blade
  • lensHarness
  • lensPlastic bottle
  • lensScrewdriver
  • lensSocket spanner

Technical specs

General info
0.7 kW
Power source
Petrol 2-stroke
25.4 cm³
Engine rotation speed
11000 rpm
Maximum engine speed
11000 rpm
Idling speed (+/- 100)
3100 rpm
Easy start recoil
Fuel tank capacity
0.65 l
Carburettor type
Rotary valve
Ignition coil type
Air filter type
Cutting system
Nylon line diameter (millimeter)
Cutting width
43 cm
Nylon head type
Tap & Go dual line
Nylon line length
4 m
Blade type
3 T
Blade diameter
255 mm
Handle type
Vibe Control System (VCS)
Shaft type
Straight split
Shaft tube diameter
26 mm
Inner shaft diameter
8 mm
Soft grip handle
Tools kit
Included tools kit
Spark plug key, screwdriver
Vibration and noise data
Guaranteed sound power level (LwA) - dB(A)
Measured sound power level dB(A)
Measured sound pressure level at operator ear dB(A)
Vibration level front handle (m/s2)
Vibration level rear handle (m/s2)
Overall dimensions
Pack weight
10.4 kg
Product weight without cutting system
6.3 kg
Product length
1860 mm
Product width
385 mm
Product height
340 mm
Product weight
7.1 kg


What kind of protective gear should I use?
Using this brushcutter petrol requires clothing that protects the legs and face from objects that could unexpectedly be thrown out during operation. It is always recommended to wear long trousers and a protective visor.
What kind of maintenance should I carry out?
To ensure that the brush cutter is functioning correctly and to maximise its lifespan, we recommend regular (based on the frequency and intensity of use) cleaning of the air filter, sparking plug and cutting head (trimmer head and guard) – parts where a lot of dirt constantly builds up.
Remember that it is important to consult the user and maintenance manual for details of each of these tasks.
Which type of grass and shrubs can you work on?
This petrol brush cutter is able to tackle coarser plant conditions, from dense bushes with tall grass to shrub areas, where you can also cut the more stubborn plants and shrubs using the supplied metal blade.
How do you adjust the length of the line?
This model is fitted with a head using the Tap&Go system. This means that, while the machine is operating, you just have to press the control lever all the way to bring the head to maximum rotation and at the same time knock the head against the ground, which causes the line to feed out automatically. Its length can be adjusted simply, by cutting any excess to the length of the cutting blade located on the end of the guard.
For further information, see the instruction manual.
The line no longer feeds out from the head. What might have happened?
The line failing to feed out may be associated with two main factors. The first, and the most likely, is that the line might be all used up and should therefore be replaced with a new reel. There is also the possibility that the line within the head has accidentally become caught in its own windings, and is preventing the end from freely feeding out through the holes. In this case, simply open the head and re-spool the line correctly inside.
These causes and solutions normally cover the majority of cases, but there may be a variety of others, associated with the methods of use, the surface treated and the weather conditions.
Note that consulting the user manual, in the section relating to the cutting head, may provide useful information for identifying the nature of the problem.
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