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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by lawnrangeralaska, Nov 21, 2005.
whats the difference between the stihl fs 110s with the last letter r , x , rx ?
r is loop handle
rx i think is the california low emmissions
RX is easystart if i remember
My dealer told me x meant a hollow shaft.
Stihl makes a easy start.
I think R is a loop handle. and I think that X stands for low emissions for california. not totally sure though. on my shindaiwa trimmers, X stands for blade capable.
The X is for the shaft type. Hollow and will not take attachments. You are correct that R is for loop. Right now in California the 100RX is only available for 2006. The 110 and 130 are just an R. The 100RX was made a lighter weight to take the place of the FS80.
alrighty thanks alot