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Old 03-01-2012, 05:24 PM
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Curved shaft trimmers spin the line/head the other direction, fwiw.

I wish I was more ambidextrous - as using my left hand on the trigger would facilitate several scenarios. It's akin to trying to use left-handed scissors right-handed. 'It just don't feel right.'
i never knew that.

maybe i can retrain myself to like curved shafts again but to be honest i don't think curved shaft trimmers are commercial.

i use stihl and i can't think of a cureved shaft trimmer in there commercial line up.
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Old 03-02-2012, 11:16 AM
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A rapidly spinning flexible drive cable with a bend in it will create some heat fo sho. I seem to recall that folks that mow/trim in cemeteries like these for their versatility.

My dealer gave me a curved shaft to use for 1/2 day while they repaired my Stihl. I then knew that I'd never own a curved shaft trimmer.
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I would've used the "both" selection if it existed, it just depends on whether I'm trimming grass or edging against a street/sidewalk with a trimmer.
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