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MAKITA RELEASES THREE NEW HEDGE TRIMMERS
Source: Makita press release

La Mirada, California - Makita has expanded its line of 4-stroke engine power equipment with the release of three hedge trimmers that offer commercial-duty performance and lower emissions, with no fuel mixing required. Makita Hedge Trimmer

Each Makita MM4 4-Stroke Engine hedge trimmer is loaded with features for faster trimming:

20-inch 25.4cc MM4 articulating hege trimmer (EN4950H). Features an articulating gear case with 13 angle settings for efficient trimming of overhead and low-lying hedges

24-inch 25.4cc MM4 double-sided hedge trimmer (EN5950SH). The 24-inch double-sided blade has high blade speed (4,200 SPM) for efficient cutting

30-inch 25.4cc MM4 single-sided hedge trimmer (EN7350SH). Combines high blade speed (4,200 SPM) with an innovative scoop-shaped chip receiver for faster, easier clean-ups

Each Makita 4-stroke hedge trimmer features Makita's Mechanical Automatic Engine Decompression for quicker, easier starts. The oil filling port and drain plug are easily accessible with oil level view window for convenient checking, and the dual stage air filter with large sealing areas is easily replaceable. The Makita 4-stroke engine has a multi-position lubrication system that enables these trimmers to be inclined to any angle for continuous operation.

Engine seizure due to improper fuel and oil mixing is one of the most common failures of 2-stroke engine power equipment. Makita has a better solution with MM4 4-Stroke Engine power equipment including backpack and handheld blowers, a mist blower, string trimmers, brush trimmers, hedge trimmers, edgers, telescoping pole pruners and couple-shafted products. For hardscape applications, Makita created the world's first 4-stroke engine power cutter with the 14-inch EK7651H. These efficient 4-stroke engine solutions go beyond exceptional tool performance, as they require no fuel mixing so users require only one gas can for all of their power equipment. They're engineered to run quieter, idle smoother, have lower emissions, and give users quicker and easier starts.