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Discussion in 'Tanaka' started by gunner27, Apr 19, 2005.
Hey Mark, any proof how good they are?
I think you might be referring to a post in another forum on lawnsite. What are you looking for? Testimonials? Technical Info? Other?
I own the TBC230 and I love it. It's lightweight, starts on the second pull everytime, and has power to spare. I'll put my Tanaka up against any brand out there.
Mark, my original question was worded poorly. What I am asking, is in your opinion, what makes tanaka trimmers, or your other products better than the competition? I realize this is a broad question, but if i were looking at red max, echo, and tanaka trimmers, why should I go with tanaka? Or to be more specific, what seperates tanaka from the others? Thanks for your time.
hey gunner -
check out our other post in this same forum.
while we're on-premises with our Tanaka's, there' zero forest creatures who will tangle with us. We will quickly and successfully decapitate mountain lion, bear, or boar with our Tanaka's (we didn't say it'd be pretty - but we will say it WON'T be us!!). God knows what lurks behind the brush just waiting for the unsuspecting LCO !!
To operate a Tanaka is to become one with Predator movie's "clearing the jungle" scene with Arnold, Jesse and Co. letting loose full-auto into the underbrush.
If it's Green, get you a Tanaka to cut it !