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Re: String trimmer question [Re: CabinConnection] #926595
11/10/17 02:01 PM
11/10/17 02:01 PM
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harvard, il.
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notnew2diy Offline
Carpal Tunnel
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Joined: Aug 2006
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harvard, il.
Originally Posted By CabinConnection
Originally Posted By notnew2diy
Take the string head off. Put it on a shelf.
Buy a grass gator replacement head for your machine.
Buy a package of replacement blades while your there.
I just picked this site as an example... Grass gator at Lowes

HTH...have fun...notnew...


The OP has a curved shaft trimmer...


Makes no difference.
I ran them on a cheapie homeowners Ryobi curved shaft back in the day.
Grass gator make 2 types of blades....1 with a metal serrated edge, 1 w/a plastic edge.
Buy the plastic edge.

1 thing I did learn, cuz the blades last longer than string,
you need to check the oil/lube for the shaft head more often.

HTH...have fun...notnew...


Thanks to all US military veterans.
Re: String trimmer question [Re: testrun66] #927840
11/30/17 11:19 PM
11/30/17 11:19 PM
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Rochester,NY
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Posts: 4,771
Rochester,NY
I got sick of the usual line feed headache. I bought this one and never looked back. Buy a roll of line and cut straight 18" lengths. Put them into a carpenter's apron so you can change them when they get too short. Pull the old one out and push the new one in. I HATE wound spools!!!!!!!!

https://www.lowes.com/pd/TrimmerPlus-As720-Straight-Shaft-Attachment/50119881

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