Innovation, quality and reliability are the core values of our company. These principles today more than ever form the basis of our success as an internationally active mid-size company for Big Discount Trimmer Head to Plymouth Manufacturers, We are also constantly looking to establish relationship with new suppliers to provide innovative and smart solution to our valued customers.
|Product Name||Trimmer Head|
|Material||Quality new raw material|
|Color||Red or other color|
|Line Feed||Bump feed, Tap-N-Go.|
|Nylon Trimmer Line||2.4mm|
|Adaptor||M10X1.25 Left Male|
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Shipment: All goods can be delivered by Sea and By air or according to your request. Loading Port: Ningbo or Shanghai, China
Payment terms: TT: 30% deposit and left pay after receive the copy of BL within 7 days
Sample lead time: about 1-2 days Mass production lead time: about 25 days after getting the deposit
This is a model m23s with a 22.5 cc engine. This thing is a BEAST and it can outperform a 32 cc stihl trimmer. These are rare in the us and they are about 500+ dollars, this originally belonged to a friend and I fixed it for him as the clutch had seized and the head wouldn’t spin up. It sat outside for a very long time and was pretty abused but now I take very good care of it and I pretty much baby it. I used it at his place for a long time but he had other trimmers and saw that I was fond of this one so he let me have it and this thing has saved me so much time doing the yard. This thing will easily mutilate blackberries. Starting it cold is no issue at all, choke, lock throttle, and in 3 pulls it starts. It has a primer bulb but it never needs it. This weed whackers is better than any trimmer I’ve seen, better than the yard care industry. The really funny thing about this unit is even if I completely tear it down and re assemble it, it’ll still start like its nothing. If u ever see one of these at a sale or thrift store, grab it, it’s worth it.
Monarch Butterfly Conservation Webinar Series. Presented by Eric Lee-Mader, Pollinator Conservation Program Co-Director, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. February 12, 2015.
This webinar will examine the step-by-step procedures for designing, installing, and managing native plant communities specifically designed for monarch breeding. Among the topics to be explored are initial planning considerations, formulating seed mixes, site preparation and weed abatement, and long-term land management practices. Real world case studies will be provided, and successful approaches in multiple eco-regions will be described.