I like the wire mesh behind the brush saws. It would be great around my garden.
I busted my butt today and I'm going to not do a damn thing tomorrow
besides hold down the fort.
Display looks good Tom, I like those Husky timber frame and grid displays.
I've got my spring order coming in next week after we get moved in.
I have too much variety, it creates a difficult decision for people with too many choices. I need to cut back the number of models I have, but it seems like when I omit something, someone comes in the next day looking for that specific model :derplol:
This is something I've made a effort to eliminate over the last year or two.
As a smaller dealer I can't stock everything, so I've tried to stock everything I need.
I stock limbing/light duty firewood saws MS192T, MS180, MS211, MS250, and MS250 Easy start priced 319, 199, 279, 299, and 349$
Firewood Saws MS290, MS291, MS391 at 399, 489, and 550$
Pro Saws MS261, MS362, MS441, MS460, MS660 at 550, 850, 950 and 1100$.
I cover all the possible bases, and only have to stock about 50% of the saw line.
Trimmers I keep it very basic
FS45 curved shaft 149$, FS55 straight shaft 199$, FS90 trimmer/brushcutter 319$
FS100RX pro string trimmer 339$, and FS130 trimmer/brushcutter 379$
Ended up buying a Echo ES-250 shred vac blower.
Nice! I think you'll be more than happy with your choice. Echo makes some good stuff that's for sure. If you don't mind, let me know how the shred/vac system works for you if you use it. Always looking for feedback!