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Tap-N-Go Trimmer Head T25C 3/8" Semi Auto by Husqvarna

Husqvarna tap n go trimmer head is a semi automatic cord feed system which automatically feeds line when the head is pushed into the ground. Easily control when the line is fed meaning you don't need to switch off the machine or release it from the harness whilst feeding is taking place. 3/8"R thread, 1" inner diameter.

Load the head with line without having to open the head thanks to the T25C's special feature.

Takes 2 - 2.4mm trimmer cord.
Tap-N-Go Trimmer Head T25C 3/8" Semi Auto
Suitable for HUsqvarna 129C Petrol Trimmers
Exclusively designed by Husqvarna the T25C trimmer head features a semi-automatic cord feed system which we also call Tap’n go. The trimmer line is fed automatically when the head is pushed into the ground. This means that the user always controls when the line is fed and the line can be fed while working with the machine. The machine does not need to be turned off or released from the harness while feeding is taking place. T25C has a special feature that facilitates line loading without opening the head.

Open eyelet
Provides for easy cord feeding
Exchangeable parts
Included parts can be exchanged seperately.
Durability 4/5
Optimised material combinations for prolonged lifetime.
This product is best suited for trimming grass
Cord feed: Semiautomatic
For curved shaft trimmers

Thread: 3/8" R
Fits engine size: 30 cc
Cord size Min: 2 mm
Cord size Max: 2.4 mm
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