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Makita: EB7650TH 75.6 cc MM4 Backpack Blower

January 14, 2018By

The EB7650TH combines a cleaner-burning 4-stroke engine with quieter operation, easier starts, and the convenience of no fuel mixing. The cleaner-burning, fuel-efficient EB7650TH is a true step-up from older 2-stroke motors, and is engineered for commercial lawn and garden work. It’s powered by a 75.6 cc commercial-duty 4-stroke engine that requires no fuel mix and will deliver commercial duty performance... read more

Makita launches gas-, battery-powered tools

November 21, 2017By

Makita launched three new cordless battery-powered solutions, four new tools powered by its MM4 four-stroke engine lineup and a new two-stroke chainsaw. 18-V X2 LXT cordless battery-powered solutions Makita launched three new tools powered by its 18-V X2 (36-V) LXT battery: LXT Brushless Multi-Function Power Head (XUX01Z): The brushless motor has a quick-release couple-shaft attachment that can be used with... read more

Makita shifts focus to cordless equipment

October 26, 2017By

Makita U.S.A. Communications Manager Wayne Hart offers a closer look at the company’s expanding lineup of cordless power equipment, including blowers and chainsaws, to cater to new regulations. read more

Makita debuts chainsaw, mist blower

October 26, 2016By

Expanding its MM4 4-stroke engine power equipment portfolio—comprising of blowers, concrete power cutters, trimmers, edgers, telescoping pole pruners and couple shafted products—Makita debuted two new landscape-specific products at 2016 GIE+EXPO. The new MM4 4-stroke engine mist blower features 3.9-gallon chemical tank and a 75.6cc 3.67 hp commercial-duty engine. Makita also unveiled its new 18V X2 LXT chainsaw, powered by two 18V... read more

Makita expands 4-stroke, 2-stroke products

November 5, 2015By

Makita expanded its product line of power equipment tools at GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 21-23. The expansion included the MM4 4-stroke engine products, MM2 2-stroke chainsaws and a cordless equipment/tool lineup powered by an 18-v lithium-ion slide style battery. The company also reintegrated Dolmar Power Equipment into the Makita lineup. “Raising productivity and efficiency is a driving force in... read more