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Stihl 12 TS 410 and 14 TS 420 Stihl Cutquik Cut-Off Machines

April 23rd, 2009


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Stihl’s 12 TS 410 and 14 TS 420 Stihl Cutquik cut-off machines feature the X2 Air Filtration System. The X2 system delivers 99.96 percent clean air to the machine and not only eliminates the need to clean the filter, reducing down time due to on the job filter maintenance and costly repairs due to particulate damage, but also extends filter life. Depending on cutting conditions, filters can last up to one year. Proper filter maintenance is very easy: do not clean the filters; run the machine until there is a noticeable drop in power; then simply replace the filters. These units feature a new anti-vibration system that reduces vibration by 43 percent as compared to previous models, providing maximum comfort and lessened fatigue. The upright, large-capacity fuel tank can provide a 20 percent longer run time than previous models.

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