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Old 04-20-2010, 07:34 PM
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I bought the BCZ2610 which is just a bit larger than the 2401. I love it. I've run Stihl FS90R and I like the redmax better. The twisted line is nice too. I was also very skeptical of the line but it does go through the grass better.
I orrigionally ran the twisted line I like it but I got a killer deal I could not pass on with reg line so I am running that for now which is also nice as it is good quality line
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Old 04-20-2010, 07:47 PM
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Have a 90R and a 242 along with 3 Stihl 80's. If you want raw torque and ease of starting on first pull, buy the Stihl 90R. The 242 dosen't even come close in the power department. We run the speed feed heads on everything so the shinny dosen't have the advantage there. Where the 242 shine is in just light residential trimming, it's light weight and is relatively quiet. It is more of a finesse, finish trimmer compared to the Stihl. All though the Stihl is heavier in rough heavy conditions, it is the machine of choice by our crew.
Both are excellent machines and should last you a long time.
The only line we run is the Stihl X line, it is the best line we have ever run, using approximately 2/3 less of it than the gatorline. We don't think gatorline is worth a chit compared to the X line, and yes we have run both extensively.
You need to try some if you haven't.
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Old 04-20-2010, 10:46 PM
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I waited about a month only usin my sthil as my echo was stolen then I got the kaw blower after in March 2010 I got my 7100 I paid for the blowers and edger completely by my self my mom chipped in 50 on the trimmer tho
How's your BCZ2401S doing? Still running good for you?
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Old 04-21-2010, 12:12 AM
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i have the shindy 242 edger and i love it, i have used a 242 trimmer and loved it, but i have the fs90r and i love it. never used redmax products. the fs90r is cheaper then the other and does a superb job.
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