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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by HenryB, Apr 19, 2011.
Want to try out Husky wich one? Also would Stihl attatchments fit on them?
I have the 326LX and the 326LS very good trimmers no problems for 3 seasons also very lightweight. Dont know about the Stihl attachments
If the shaft is square it should work.
Husky is the best in my opinion. Rugged and light. I believe the 223 has cable drive vs solid drive of the 326, don't know the 323. But I would get either one. I think the engine inside is slightly different. I looked at the parts diagram of 223 and 326 has a few pieces more which I cannot tell what it is from the drawing. But do a search here, there are a lot of happy customers here with both 223 and 326. ( I keep talking about 223 because it is the same family as 323). 223 was $249 last time I went to the dealer. they are light!!! You will find no or very few complains on either models here.
Get the 326, I have not had any problems with mine. The 323 is good, but the 326 has a little more power & can use a blade saw. The 326 has been changed to 327 now. Also, you can get 323 from lowes for about $270
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I have an eleven year old 325 and 2 326's. They run like little beasts. Super light. Just check the spline to see if they are the same for attachments. I run a couple of red max ones on mine and they work fine.