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Stihl Weed Trimmers

Discussion in 'Garage / Workshop' started by Veccster, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. Apr 15, 2009 at 9:08 PM
    #21
    Sandfire

    Sandfire Well-Known Member

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    06 TRD Sport DC 4x4 silver
    OME 885 springs with OME N140s shocks, Total Chaos UCA's, TSB AAL, OME N182's, MT BAHA ATZ 4ribs.
    I have had a mowing business in my off days from firefighting on and off for years. I have always had good experience with echo and shindaiwa (my two favorite trimmers by far.) I have used many stihl products and love their chainsaws, however, I do find their trimmers to not perform quite as well as some of the other top models. They seem to get vibrations and feel loose after many hours of use. That being said I'm sure that as a homeowner you will be more than happy with your new stihl.:)

    Oh... and def get a straight shaft.
     
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