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red max VS tanaka trimmer/weed wacker

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by clydesdale, May 3, 2005.

  1. clydesdale

    clydesdale LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 388

    i THINK i have narrowed it down to these two brands. Any thoughts? Which redmax model do you recommend? I RARELY attached a brush cutter. I just want a reliable commercial grade trimmer. ALSO ANY PLACE ON LINE TO BUY THE REDMAX? ALAMIA HAS THE TANAKA.
  2. clydesdale

    clydesdale LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 388

    TANAKA TBC 230 or the Tanaka tbc 2500 vs. redmax bcz2400s or redmax bcz2500s. What are your thoughts on these. My tanaka has lasted over ten years but i hear a lot about redmax. But since i buy one every decade, i want to make sure i buy the right one. Thanks
  3. MMLawn

    MMLawn LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,569

    I have many commercial trimmers and edgers by RedMax, Stihl, Echo and Mariyuma(sp?) and I personally by far prefer Echo Commercials.
  4. Tanaka

    Tanaka Inactive
    Posts: 1,084

    Good to hear your Tanaka has lasted over 10 years. I won't try and sell you on the TBC-230 or TBC-2500, you need to hear it from the guys who are in the trenches on a daily basis. However, we would really like to keep your business and look forward to communicating with you and all of our Tanaka customers more frequently moving forward.

    FYI - We are currently running a promotion where you would get a free Tanaka accessory kit with the purchase of a TBC-230. More info is available in the Tanaka forum http://www.lawnsite.com/forumdisplay.php?f=104


    P.S. Check out the new Tanaka Web site at www.tanaka-usa.com and sign up for our enewsletter, get a free catalog, and more.
  5. Quality Kut

    Quality Kut LawnSite Member
    from WI
    Posts: 3

    Echo works for us too. You need to stay with a brand that has good service and parts support. Look at the best commercial dealers in your area and see what lines they carry. That will give you a good idea of what to buy. You need local dealer support. It's important.

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