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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Brianslawn, Feb 11, 2006.
look at circled part!
thats too cool......
Haha, love how they come up with names for reman equipment..."factory recertified"
LOL! Good one!
Way to go Brianslawn........ that was a good one.
I use HOMELITE ST-275 (straight-shaft) trimmers and they are fantastic.
they run good. they trim good. and they last a long time.
and I love the rotation of the head which is counter-clockwise.
Is that one of those cummins tool sale things?
Love that ad, I saw that same sale paper in the mail just last week...lol
(Lil' story)I bought a Homelite brushcutter about three years ago just to do this one job I bid on. When I bought it I think I paid like $129 or so. I used it on that job for about 2 hours to cut some canes and some small bushes. I added the cost of that brushcutter to the job and then charged what I thought I should make, which was about $250. Well I went to use it about a month later and I couldn't get the thing to stay running for nothing. I brought it the the local dealer and they wanted to charge me like $80 to fix it... Well you know what I did... Needless to say I will never buy that brand again........ just wanted to share my lil' story
Cute Brian, I like it. Find some more ads like that, and you can be the Jay Leno of Lawnsite.
geo, ive only used one piece of homelite equip., a handheld blower. hard to start, no power, pull rope broke and it took me 3 hrs to replace it. i had to take entire blower apart piece by piece to access it. they may have a commercial line that i am unaware of, nor interested in. but mine was more like a one time use disposable camera, than commercial equipment.
yeah! new smileys! clapping laughing