which weed-whacker?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by AndrewLawn, Jul 12, 2001.

  1. AndrewLawn

    AndrewLawn LawnSite Member
    Messages: 92

    Hey,I'm planning on using part of my next paycheck to pay for a new weed-eater.I'm looking to spend between 180-250,but would pay a little more if it was a really good weed-eater.Any suggestions?
     
  2. LoneStarLawn

    LoneStarLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,415

    I don't know about you but our lawns are weed free (as of now).

    So the <b>trimmer</b> I would recommend would be a Shindaiwa T260 or a T270

    The T270 has alittle more power than the T260 but the 260 is lighter...

    You might want to try and do a search on this one...
     
  3. Nick

    Nick Banned
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    Redmax strato charged, two diffrent models that are strato charged to choose from.
     
  4. Eric ELM

    Eric ELM Husband, Father, Friend, Angel
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  5. EJK2352

    EJK2352 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,150

    Go with Redmax. Switched to Redmax 2 yrs. ago after running
    Echo & Stihl. The Redmax equipment has given me no problems.
    They start & run & run & run, the only thing stop for is more gas!!!
    ED.
     
  6. lawnboy82

    lawnboy82 Banned
    Messages: 957

    i would also suggest redmax, or shindiawa. however they may be a bit out of your price range. redmaxes i believe are about as much as a new back pack blower, and the shindiawa's the T230 i bought was almost 300 dollars. so be lookin to spend some good money on a good trimmer. for your price range you would be looking at something like a SRM 2100 from echo. possibly an SRM2400. but im not sure about that.
     
  7. Stinky

    Stinky LawnSite Member
    Messages: 51

    shindiawa T260, trade all equipment but not my eater
     
  8. Sammy

    Sammy LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I like my Stihls :cool:
     
  9. strickdad

    strickdad LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 544

    if you can get them in your part of the country i would try the Robin line of string trimmers we have been in bussines for 15 years and have run everything..... echo, green machine, sthil honda, kawasaki, redmax, etc. the robin string trimmers advertise more power to weight than anyone and i belive this to be true... so far there durabilty is excellant. so it may be worth looking into.
     
  10. SMB

    SMB LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 323

    Shindaiwa T270, $400 and a little heavy, but it comes with a really nice shoulder strap.
     

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