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Dual-Twist Trimmer Line

Product Description

 Product: Dual Twist Nylon Trimmer Line
 Grade: Special Grade
 Material: 100% German BASF NEW NYLON
 Diameter: 1.3mm/0.050″, 1.6mm/0.065″, 2.0mm/0.080″, 2.4mm/0.095″, 2.7mm/0.105″, 3.0mm/0.120″, 3.3mm/0.130″, 3.5mm/0.138″, 4.0mm/0.158″. 4.5mm/0.177”.
 Length/ Weight:  15m/ 0.5LB/ 1LB/ 3LB/ 5LB/ 10LB/ 20LB or nominated length
 Colour: Orange, Black, or Any Colour on Demand
  • Card Head;
  • Blister Donuts;
  • Spool;
  • Blister Card;
  • Roll in PP bag;
  • Precut.
 Shape: Square Twist



  • Outer layer prevents welding.
  • High strength inner core resists breaking.
  • Quieter work&Reducing noise pollution.
  • Accept OEM orders


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