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Old 05-02-2003, 10:36 PM
frank's lawncare frank's lawncare is offline
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Honda 4-stroke Trimmer's

Hello everyone

I am new in this business and was wondering if i had already made a big mistake, on buying a new honda 4- stroke trimmer
i have about 10 accounts and operate solo. but to get to the point when i am trimming an average size lawn my arms tend to get very tired. does any one else have this problem?

Thanks, Frank
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Old 05-02-2003, 10:51 PM
challenger55 challenger55 is offline
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i do but i am only 14 and have the biggest trimmer in the kawasaki production line
you will get use to it and get stronger after you use it a lot and before long it won't bother you

i don't know about the string trimmers for honda but i have a commercial honda and i love it
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Old 05-04-2003, 01:56 AM
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Yes, just bought a brand new one along with 2 Commercial Honda Hydro mowers. I love them all. I use the neck/shoulder strap and that helps a lot.
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Old 05-04-2003, 08:25 AM
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Re: Honda 4-stroke Trimmer's

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Originally posted by frank's lawncare
Hello everyone

I am new in this business and was wondering if i had already made a big mistake, on buying a new honda 4- stroke trimmer
i have about 10 accounts and operate solo. but to get to the point when i am trimming an average size lawn my arms tend to get very tired. does any one else have this problem?

Thanks, Frank
If it's bothering you now, regardless of the unit, get something lighter or hold it differently. In a few years you'll have muscle problems and be out of business..........been there done that.....
Pete
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