The VCB is self-propelled for effortless vacuuming. There are 3 forward gears with speeds...
The VCB is self-propelled for effortless vacuuming. There are 3 forward gears with speeds of .69 mph, 1.06 mph, and 2.39 mph and 1 reverse gear with a speed of .79 mph. Rear axle differential allows the user to easily turn the machine.
The VCB has a top loading bag allowing for maximum debris collection with the fewest stops for dumping. The housing is made with 13-gauge steel that will last through the rugged use of the machine. Also, there is a snout height adjustment to help match the terrain and ground condition.
For those hard to reach areas there is an optional vacuum hose kit.
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ABOUT MIGHTY MAC...
Since early 1966, Mighty Mac has been producing quality garden machinery, and has built up an enviable reputation for tough, well-priced and innovative products.
It all began in early 1947 when Elton MacKissic, postmaster of Parker Ford Pa., started manufacturing, in the cellar of his home, bale hooks and plow trip rope releases for farmers. Eventually he started selling them in agricultural catalogues throughout the United States and Canada. In 1952 Mac expanded his product line with farm grain wagons which eventually evolved into the farm caterer, a mobile-on-the-farm hammermill and molasses blender. In 1955, MacKissic introduced free-swinging, reversible hammers which made hammermills even more efficient and led to the development of the Mighty Mac Leaf Shredder for home gardeners.
In 1959, business was booming, Mac had outgrown his home facilities and moved to a new location where MacKissic Incorporated resides today. In 1960 MacKissic introduced the only removable and interchangeable grinding screens for their leaf shredders, another MacKissic first.
In 1964 a young explosives engineer named George Knotts needed a manufacturing site and an office to run a fledgling company called Amerind, Inc., so the two companies shared the facility until 1967, when they merged and Amerind-MacKissic was formed.
Meanwhile the lawn and garden products business was growing. In 1966 lawn and garden sprayers were introduced fully launching the Mighty Mac line. In 1971 the Mighty Mac Dealer-Distributor Organization was established. The following year the Mighty Mac Chipper was added to the Leaf Shredder forming the patented Mighty Mac Shredder-Chipper, the first to utilise a centrifugal clutch for easy starting.
In 1982 Amerind-MacKissic became a wholly owned subsidiary of Inductotherm Industries of Rancocas, NJ, and the business and facilities were expanded. New products continued to be developed and added such as leaf blowers, walk behind vacuums, and stump cutters. In 1990 the Amerind division was sold, and MacKissic Incorporated became entirely dedicated to the lawn and garden industry.
Today MacKissic manufactures under the brand names of Mighty Mac, Merry Tiller, Easy Auger, and Merry Commercial.