4 STIHL Tools for Fall

Nov 15, 2017, 11:50 AM

Fall means cooler temperatures and spending the time to care for your lawn appropriately. Taking the necessary steps and using the proper tools ensures that your lawn will be ready for a restful winter sleep and will emerge restored in the spring. Here are our favorite fall-ready tools from STIHL:

1.  BG 56 C-E Leaf Blower

Designed to be easy to use, the BG 56 C-E features a simplified starting system, which allows you to start the engine with a simple pull of the starting rope. The high-performance, low-emission engine makes quick work of leaves and other yard waste.

2. FS 56 RC-E Grass Trimmer

For comfort, performance and maneuverability, this trimmer hits the sweet spot. The FS 56 RC-E trimmer features a high-performance, fuel-efficient engine that runs cleaner and smoother than its competitors. And with its simple and convenient starting procedure, this trimmer is always ready to get to work.

3. General Purpose Gloves

With temperatures dropping, it’s important to protect your hands from the elements. STIHL’s general purpose gloves are anything but basic. Their copper-based conductive fingertips allow you to interact with your touch-screen devices. Their digital embossed polyurethane fabric gives the gloves the grip you need. They’ll become your go-to glove for operating STIHL equipment and performing other outdoor tasks.

4. MS 170 Chainsaw

Make quick work of trimming or cutting small trees, fallen limbs after a storm, and other tasks around the yard with the MS 170. Though it’s compact and lightweight, it has many of the same design features that professionals depend on.

Your lawn doesn’t have to suffer due to the cold weather. At Mississippi Ag and Arkansas Ag, we are happy to help with all aspects of your property maintenance. Stop by one of our 15 AgUp locations today or give us a call to see how you can get these great tools at your property! (662) 314-9078. We’d love to make you a part of the Mississippi Ag and Arkansas Ag customer family!

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