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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by steveo95, Nov 25, 2010.
kawasaki love it,bets echo hands down
Stihl FS55 for years until some piece of SH$T stole it today.I just bought a Stihl 90 4 stroke.
I have used Stihl and Echo for years. Both build strong products.
deff shindaiwa, a 12 yr old shindaiwa 230 and a 6 yr old 242, i like the 230 hands down, alot of power for its size and durable, was going to buy a T261 or T272 this yr but since echo bought out shindaiwa, you cant get them now...
Husky 326LS: Lightweight, powerful, dependable & under $300.00 new. I believe Kawasaki is the only other unit that competes in the weight category.
I run Echo and Shindaiwa. No complaints about either of them. Awesome trimmers!
I use a Husqvarna 325L trimmer which at 9lbs was the lightest trimmer on the market when I bought it 7 or 8 years ago. I love it. the husquvarna head is so easy and the thing is very well balanced. It always starts on second pull and even though every cosmetic part has broken, I've been through 3 trimmer heads, and the shaft is bent it still runs great.
Who's received more than two years of daily commercial use from a Stihl FS90? I bought two and both crudded out long before I feel they should have. Ended up buying three old school FS80r units since that the dealer still had in stock. Tried and true, just too bad the EPA got involved.
My 6 &5 yr old beat to **** fs-110's died last yr my 3 ,2,1,this yr old fs130 's are still kicking butt!!!
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