Homelite 25cc Split / Curved Shaft Petrol Line Trimmer

I/N: 3360848
Vertical Edging
Horizontal Trimming
Bottle of 2 stroke oil included to get you started right away. 50:1 2 Stroke Mix 1 Litre unleaded with 20ml 2 Stroke Oil
$139
Price correct as at Mon 05 Dec 2016 5:23:47
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Product Description

This Homelite Petrol Line Trimmer has been engineered and manufactured to Homelite's highest standard for dependability, ease of operation, and operator safety. When properly cared for, it will give you years of rugged, trouble-free performance.

This Petrol Line Trimmer makes easy work of trimming and edging grass and easy start up instructions on the side of the unit ensures you get started straight away.

The split shaft design enables the trimmer to be connected to other attachments such as those in the Expand It range. Other attachments (sold separately) include, brush cutter, pole pruner, edger, cultivator, blower and articulating head trimmer.

There is also a 2 year replacement warranty, with a nation wide network of service agents for any servicing needs after the standard warranty period.

  • Powerful 25cc 2 stroke engine
  • Split shaft capable - optional garden attachments (sold separately)
  • Clutched engine - easier starting, increased safety due to engine only engaging drive shaft once throttle is squeezed
  • Twin cutting line with a 430mm cutting path
  • 2 year replacement warranty

Product Details

Model Name
25cc Split/Curved shaft Line Trimmer
Model Number
HLT25CDSNC
Material
Metal, Plastic, Rubber
Colour
Red, Black, Grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:230 H:1700 L:230
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:250 H:990 L:268
Weight
4.7kg
4-Stroke
No
2-Stroke
Yes
Engine Displacement (cc)
25
Fuel Mix Ratio
50:1
Noise rating (dB)
86
Commercial
No
Attachment Capable
Yes
Automatic Line Advance System (Yes/no)
No
Line Size (mm)
2
Maximum cutting path diameter (mm.)
430
Recommended line diameter (mm.)
2.0
Shaft length (mm.)
1500
Shaft type
Split and Curved

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