Kawasaki

Kawasaki

We are now listed on the kawasaki website, view our information here: http://kawasaki.kgmltd.co.uk Did you know? The brand-new Kawasaki KVF300 sport utility ATV earned the coveted “ATV of the Year” award from ATV Illustrated magazine immediately following its press introduction and first magazine test...
Know your Chainsaw!

Know your Chainsaw!

The ins and outs of chainsaws, the know how to know which chainsaw you are dealing with. Length of the Chain You need to know how long your chain is! The number of dive links determines the length of your chain, remember the chain stretches in its lifetime. The diagram shows the drive link, it is the tooth on the inside of the chain loop; it sits inside the groove of the guide bar. The easiest way to count them is to take the chain off the saw. Sometimes these drive links may have a code stamped into them,  this will vary by chain manufacturer but it will identify the chain type for you.   Chain Pitch If there is no marking on the drive links you will need to work out the pitch of the chain. The pitch is the distance between three of the chain ‘rivets’ divided by two. 1/4″ is the smallest, 3/8″ is the most popular, 3/4” is the largest. The drive sprocket must be the same pitch as the chain.   Chain Gauge The links thickness of its fitting into the bar groove , use vernier clippers to measure.  Common gauges for chain saws are 1.1mm, 1.3mm, 1.5mm and 1.6mm. Lubricate Correctly To check the lubrication (Always use good quality oil!): Start the chainsaw. Holding over a stump, rev the engine. If lubrication is correct, an oil line is left on the stump. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us or call parts on...
Trimmer Head, Grass Blade or Saw Blade?

Trimmer Head, Grass Blade or Saw Blade?

What to use?Trimmer Head For dense grass and weed. Clean areas an normal lawnmower wont reach. Light weight. Grass Blade For coarse grass ( tough brush/ weeds) but not woody growth or sapling. Creates rows. More powerful machine. Saw Blade For woody vines and thick growth. Use on sapling and small trees. Very powerful machine.   PLEASE NOTE Always wear protective eyewear and a visor! Hearing Protection and gloves are also recommended. Always use petrol mixed with a good quality 2 stroke engine oil. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us or call parts on...
Trimmer Heads

Trimmer Heads

A guide to buying the right Trimmer Head for your machine.. Fully Automatic  On these trimmer heads the line is automatically thread when it becomes to short to be productive in use. To ensure that the machine has the best performance the line self adjusts. Semi Automatic  “Tap n’ Go heads, which are fed automatically while allowing you to be totally in control. The trimmer head is fed the line automatically when pushed into the ground. Manual  Manually fed heads through pushing or turning the feed button or spool and pulling the cord. You are in control of the length so to achieve the desired look. Pre-Cut  Easy to use due to minimal maintenance. The line feed is quick and easy and can usually be done without opening the trimmer head. Tri Cut  Ideal for corse surfaces such as stones, these trimmer heads are very distinctive. Using plastic knifes instead of line. High visibility and replaceable flails are available for safe use around trees and  bushes. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us or call parts on...
Brush Up On What’s New From Toro!

Brush Up On What’s New From Toro!

Check out Toro’s new range for 2014! Kings Worthy Garden Machinery Ltd was established in 1996 and have been an ‘Authorised Toro Service Centre’ from 2000. Call our sales department on Tel: 01962 870254 Ext 1 or contact us, for more details and to place an order.  ...
Heavy Duty Pedestrian Mowers From Toro

Heavy Duty Pedestrian Mowers From Toro

Turf-care specialist Toro offers a range of heavy duty pedestrian mowers for the landscape contracting market. Specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of professionals, all models are high performance, tough and durable, offering maximum productivity and minimum down time. Toro’s Recycler technology, offered on several of the heavy duty machines, is claimed to have a reputation as the best mulching system on the market, and significantly reduces mowing time compared to bagging. In the Hi-Vac bagging range, the largest model, the 2203TE 66cm mower, is still small enough to get through narrow gates while the larger deck size increases productivity by 25% over standard 53cm mowers. Other features designed to offer the contractor maximum flexibility include the large rear discharge opening, engineered to allow free flow of clippings into the 90 litre grassbag; the option of mulch or side-discharge kits; the belt-driven blade spindle to protect the crankshaft from damage due to blade impacts and the Blade Brake Clutch system which allows for bag emptying with the engine running and easy transport across non-grassed areas. Toro have almost 100 years of turfcare experience resulting in product design and engineering quality to meet the exacting requirements of the industry, and peace of mind comes with the Toro two year full coverage warranty. For more information on this and other Toro heavy duty mowers, call Richard on 01962 870254 or email <a...
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