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Dual-Twist Trimmer Line

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 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
 Packing:
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  • Blister Donuts;
  • Spool;
  • Blister Card;
  • Roll in PP bag;
  • Precut.
 Shape: Square Twist

 

JUDIN DUAL TWIST TRIMMER LINE

  • Outer layer prevents welding.
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  • Quieter work&Reducing noise pollution.
  • Accept OEM orders

 

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    This Old House 1954

    Composer/songwriter : Stuart Hamblen
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    “This Old House” (or sometimes written “This Ole House”) is a popular song by Stuart Hamblen published in 1954. It describes a house in a state of disrepair after its owner’s death, and was inspired by a real-life house found by Hamblen and his friends while on a fishing trip. Despite its subject matter, the song is normally performed in an upbeat style. Hamblen intended this to symbolize the joy of the man’s going to Heaven.

    This old house once knew my children
    This old house once knew my wife
    This old house was home and comfort
    As we fought the storms of life
    This old house once rang with laughter
    This old house heard many shouts
    Now she trembles in the darkness
    When the lightnin’ walks about

    [Chorus]
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no more
    Ain’t got time to fix the shingles
    Ain’t got time to fix the floor
    Ain’t got time to oil the hinges
    Nor to mend the window-pane
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    I’m a-gettin’ ready to meet the saints

    This old house is a-gettin’ shaky
    This old house is a-gettin’ old
    This old house lets in the rain
    This old house lets in the cold
    Oh my knees are-a gettin’ chilly
    But I feel no fear or pain
    ‘Cause I see an angel peekin’
    Through a broken window-pane

    [Chorus]
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no more
    Ain’t got time to fix the shingles
    Ain’t got time to fix the floor
    Ain’t got time to oil the hinges
    Nor to mend the window-pane
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    I’m a-gettin’ ready to meet the saints

    Now this old house is afraid of thunder
    This old house is afraid of storms
    This old house just groans and trembles
    When the night wind flings its arms
    This old house is a-gettin’ feeble
    This old house is a-needin’ paint
    Just like me it’s tuckered out
    But I’m a-gettin’ ready to meet the saints

    [Chorus]
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no more
    Ain’t got time to fix the shingles
    Ain’t got time to fix the floor
    Ain’t got time to oil the hinges
    Nor to mend the window-pane
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    I’m a-gettin’ ready to meet the saints

    Now my old hound dog lies a-sleepin’
    He don’t know I’m gonna leave
    Else he’d wake up by the fireplace
    And he’d sit there and howl and grieve
    But my huntin’ days are over
    Ain’t gonna hunt the coon no more
    Gabriel done brought in my chariot
    When the wind blew down the door

    [Chorus]
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no more
    Ain’t got time to fix the shingles
    Ain’t got time to fix the floor
    Ain’t got time to oil the hinges
    Nor to mend the window-pane
    Ain’t a-gonna need this house no longer
    I’m a-gettin’ ready to meet the saints
    Ready to meet the saints
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    For more information about Stuart Hamblen go to

    https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fhafq

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuart_Hamblen

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Ole_House

    About Stuart writing this song on a paper sack:

    http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=85619

    Subject: DT Correction: This Old House
    From: Joe Offer
    Date: 20 Oct 05 – 05:14 PM

    Ayup, sounds like you got the story right, Roger. Here’s the quote from Stuart Hamblen (note spelling), from Dorothy Horstman’s Sing Your Heart Out, Country Boy:

    This song was written one cold wintry day in the High Sierra mountain range when I was on a hunting trip. With a hunting companion, I had gone hack into a remote section of the country. We were at least twenty miles from the nearest road when we came upon an old prospector’s cabin. Although there was snow on the ground, there was no smoke coming from the chimney but I knew the master was at home because a large hound dog was lying on the front porch. Upon entering, we found an old man dead in a back room. I can’t say how long he had been dead, for he looked like he was just asleep, but because of the severe weather it might have been some time, and the old hound was nearly starved. ‘This Ole House’ was the old prospector’s epitaph.” —Stuart Hamblen-

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