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Redmax 8500 and 8500RH|| 2460TS/2660TS/3060TS

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by HandsToThePlow, Dec 24, 2013.

  1. HandsToThePlow

    HandsToThePlow LawnSite Member
    Posts: 39

    Does anyone know the difference between the Redmax 8500 BLower and the 8500 RH?? by looking at specs i dont see any engine or cfm difference but their are two different models.

    what is cylinder displacement on the Redmax trimmers? Looking at getting something that will last for a while and the 2460 2660 and 3060 (TS models)

    are all commercial grade equipment theres is a difference in horse power weight and cylinder placement but im not sure exactly what cylinder placement is.

  2. Briank787

    Briank787 LawnSite Member
    from Ohio
    Posts: 51

    The only difference is that the RH has the throttle on the right instead of left
  3. MRCo.

    MRCo. LawnSite Member
    Posts: 227

    It's cylinder displacement. Engine size, hence power. I seriously recommend the 2660TS, it's the star of the show. Weight to power, handling...it's just a great machine.

    8500 has an arm with the throttle that comes to you left hand, RH has the throttle mounted on the tube.

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