With 3 sizes, 5 distinctly different models, MBW LOWRIDERS cover the full range of floating and finishing applications. LOWRIDERS have been in production for over 25 years and played an important role in the pioneering and development of riding trowels. Decades of experience has resulted in the industry's lowest maintenance line of high performance ride-on trowels. LOWRIDERS are simple machines with far fewer moving parts, the industry's most reliable drive train and the highest quality materials. LOWRIDERS set industry standards for high performance, low maintenance and long life.
MK8-75 is the industry's smallest ride-on trowel. Perfect for large or small jobs, multi-story flooring and as a compliment to large machines that just can’t operate in tight areas. This 460 lb. rider transports in the bed of a pick-up, passes through a 32" doorway and can be used as an edging trowel. Floats and finishes with equal proficiency.
MK8-90 is a manual steer, 20 hp, 6 foot machine. Excellent for float or finish applications with a low center of gravity for improved operating stability. A clean, easy to service design.
MK8-91 is the industry's only hydraulic steer, 25 hp, 6 foot machine. Same basic design as MK8-90, but hydraulic steering reduces operator fatigue on long duration applications.
MK8-120 is a manual steer, 31 hp, 8 foot machine. With high-speed rotors, a low center of gravity, superior lines of sight, and a protected drive train, this machine is the perfect workhorse for your floating and finishing application needs.
MK8-121 is also a high-speed, but hydraulic steer version of the MK8-120. With a low center of gravity, ease of operation, service and low maintenance, this Lowrider will provide you with a lifetime of amazing floating and finishing applications.
|Engine Option||Honda GX390
(460 lb/209 kg)
(655 lb/297 kg)
(746 lb/338 kg)
|Briggs & Stratton
(804 lb/365 kg)
|Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 35
(878 lb/398 kg)
|Troweling Path||63 in (161 cm)||76 in (194 cm)||76 in (194 cm)||100 in (254 cm)||100 in (254 cm)|
|Rotor Speeds||up to 130 rpm||up to 125 rpm||up to 125 rpm||up to 180 rpm||up to 180 rpm|