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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by bscill, Jun 16, 2003.
Does anyone know anything about the Ryobi 4-cycle trimmers? Like quality, durability, etc.. Thanks
I HAD ONE BEFORE I STARTED MY BIZ AND IT HELD UP TO 2 YEARS OF HOMEOWNER USE. THERE IS AHUGE DIFFERENCE IN POWER AND QUALITY COMPARED TO MY NEW COMM. TOOLS.
GET OVER THE CAPS IM NOT SCREAMING
what a brick. returned mine after a couple of days. couldn't get past the weight. it also shorted out a couple of times b/c of smashed wire.
Get a Shindaiwa, Redmax, Echo and stay away from the howmeowner trimmers.......Marks Mowing Service
Used them 6 years ago...plenty of power, gas hogs though...the edger sucks and the clutch life was 6 months doing commercial work...
Thanks for all the input everyone. It really helps in my decision of a my new trimmers and edger.
Shindaiwa T-230 If u r looking for a low cost GOOD trimmer.
husqvarna all the way.
My Ryobi is now a lawn dart. It was a pig from the day I bought it (bought it before starting biz). Never again! We had good luck with Husqvarna chain saws. We have a Husqvarna blower and it seems to be as good quality as the chainsaws. We are buying a Husqvarna trimmer this week. We shall see. If not, Echo has been good to us too.
I have a honda 4 stroke trimmer, it is much better then the ryobi!