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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by weapons of grass destruction, Sep 2, 2011.
YEP!!!!! and Ford owns Dodge, and Dodge owns Chevy, and Chevy owns Ford.
........and the gov't owns them all!
Ford pulled themselves back up without the gubbernment...
I know, but as long as there are auto unions, then they are still owned by the gov't (or maybe it's the other way around)
OK, The answer will shock all of you know it alls.
YES, The old homeowner POS Stihl FS36 and FS44 were made by ryobi. The engines were anyways, the rest was made by Ryan. This model was produced in the late 80's early 90's.
I don't think so, all the ryobi I have seeing are the same Homelite trimmers with a different color. but the experts here will know exactly the right answer.
No no no no no...
You've got it all wrong.
John Deere owns Stihl.
that would not be out of the realm of possibility within the next few years.
Yeh, I still remember you using Walmart oil on Stihl equipments..........because you truely believe Stihl is made by Walmart!!!!
Actually Stihl manufactures many, many (almost 200), different tools at it's Virginia Beach facility.