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Makita EN4950H 25.4 cc MM4 4‑Stroke Engine Articulating Hedge Trimmer

Makita EN4950H 25.4 cc MM4 4‑Stroke Engine Articulating Hedge Trimmer

The Makita 25.4 cc MM4® 4-Stroke 20″ Articulating Hedge Trimmer (model EN4950H) delivers power and ease-of-use for commercial duty applications. The Makita 4-stroke commercial duty engine requires no fuel mixing, and delivers a high blade speed (4,200 SPM) for efficient cutting. For added convenience, the trimmer is engineered with Mechanical Automatic Engine Decompression for quicker, easier starts. In addition, the commercial duty dual stage air filter with large sealing areas is replaceable and easily accessible. The oil filling port and drain plug are easily accessible with oil level view window for easy checking and replacing of oil.

The EN4950SH features 13 angle settings for efficient trimming of overhead and low-lying hedges and has a steel drive shaft for less vibration and longer equipment life. The EN4950SH includes a 20″ double-sided blade for a range of trimming applications.

Features

Steel drive shaft for less vibration and longer equipment life

20″ double-sided blade with high blade speed (4,200 SPM) for efficient cutting

Angle change lever quickly and easily adjusts blade angle

Powerful fuel efficient 25.4 cc (1.1 HP), MM4® commercial duty engine

180º blade adjustment allows blade to be positioned along shaft for convenient transport and storage

Commercial duty dual-stage air filter with large sealing areas is replaceable and easily accessible

Built-in clutch disengages blade when folded to 180º position for transport

Compact design with less weight (only 15.6 lbs.)

Translucent fuel tank with large opening for easier refueling

Captured control wires engineered to prevent snagging for improved durability

Oil filling port and drain plug are easily accessible with oil level view window for easy checking and replacing of oil

Multi-position lubrication system enables engine to be inclined to any angle for continuous operation


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