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Old 05-18-2011, 05:53 PM
rob00752 rob00752 is offline
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Does anyone have experience with Honda trimmers

I have been in the market for a few new trimmers and have looked at shindaiwa (new H4) and echo but I used a borrowed Honda trimmer the other day. that thing was smooth and quiet! does anyone have any hands on use with them compared to shindaiwa or echo??

fyi i have some stihls now and just am not too pleased with the balance and overall feel of them (fs110r and fs100r) not that there is anything mechanically wrong with them, i think i just want to try another brand.

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Old 05-18-2011, 06:07 PM
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I have the HHT31SUNBA, it is powerful and quiet. It is so smooth compare to other 2 cycle. If you can take the weight, it is a very very good trimmer.....but lousy bump feed head. Get a Speedfeed head replacement.

One disadvantage, there is no attachment option other than circular saw.
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Old 05-20-2011, 12:34 AM
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i've had one over 5 years...it's great...my stock head wore out so i replaced it with a stens head that i bought online...i have the hht25
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