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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by S man, Apr 25, 2007.
I've always had good luck with Echo.
no more pb210? oh well i have 2 new ones hanging on my wall . they will out last me since i am 51 . i have used them since i started my biz in 89 and bought 2 used ones then. 1 is still in daily use! these things are amazingly durable.
Everyone's Stihls are hard to start. I took a printout of a thread complaining of such to my dealer and they said they would forward it onto the district Stihl rep. Who knows, maybe the new BG85 is better?
None of the above. Mine is not listed.
The new bg85 has that cat. converter. Which makes it start weird and loose power.
you'll have to get it from your dealer. i know pauli's and eastbank cyclery both sell commercial echo equipment, so you can get it from anywhere that's a dealer.
Both of those dealers suck. Eastbank tries to rip me off everytime I go in there, and pauli has some problems also. I'm talking to stihl about him now.
pb200 was my first blower, it has lasted me years and I don't even treat it that good, a very good durable machine, starts up right away.
I have a PB210e that is 16 years old and starts everyday on the 1st pull. It has never been in the shop and it just blows and blows. I bought another one a few years back as we needed an extra blower. I just goes and goes. As far as not making them....they are still on the website and they are CARB certified.
Have a look
Is that the best echo I should get??