Is it a bump feed? How much? Where can I buy one?locutus said:In my opinion, Redmax makes the best trimmer head that can be had. Whether or not it qualifies as "after market", I don't know. I have purchased them separately and installed them on Echo trimmers.
I picked up a speed feed head back in early march when I bought my first Shindaiwa T231. What a total piece of crap! It did not even last 2 weeks before the bottom fell out of it. I took it back to the dealer and demanded they replace it with the stock head, which I really do like. At the time I only had about 30 accounts per week, and it still didn't hold up. Total gimmick IMO just like their crappy silent twist trimmer line. Who the hell cares if your trimmer line is aerodynamic and makes less noise, especially with a rippin' 2 stroke behind it?Blk94fiveOh said:I just picked up a shindaiwa t230 and purchased a "speed feed" head to go with it. I'm very pleased with it so far. Its very responsive, and hasn't tangled up once yet. Re-spooling this head is a piece of cake.
ditto that. I put redmax heads on my shindawa and echolocutus said:In my opinion, Redmax makes the best trimmer head that can be had. Whether or not it qualifies as "after market", I dont know. I have purchased them separately and installed them on Echo trimmers.
I have seen them, but never inspected inside of them.steve225 said:I have never seen the Redmax heads.