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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by METRO 36, Mar 27, 2006.
Anybody use this trimmer line Titanium force actually contains titanium in the line.
I don't do mowing but I use the line around my home and sometimes on jobs that need heavy grass or weeds taken down. Very good line in my opinion.
it is the best i have found. just got the free tanaka green monster sample, so don't know how it stacks up yet though. i buy the large (i think 850') spool for about $30 and it seems to last me forever.
I think it is very good, paid $30 for a large spool of the 105 size . Used the Stihl and Echo line (with the 4 sharp corners) in the past, this one lasts longer, plus it does not break easily.
Tanks for the response the reason i ask is i just bought a 323L husqvarna trimmer and a 125e stick edger and the dealor threw in a role of this titanium line (30.00 dollar value) so i was wondering whether to throw it on the pile or use it first i did some trimming with the 323L yesterday and i really like the string. So im siked abought the free line (well i wouldnt call it free) i also bought new blades,mulch kits,filters,oil,2cycle oil,and a few other things yester day along with the trimmer and edger, so i think i paid for it some where in those numbers.lol
Yeah, It's got titanium alright, But it's titanium dioxide otherswise known as the part of the pigment in white paint(read any white paint label). It's not very tough Gator line is better by far. The husqvarna is homeowner quality at best.
All I can tell you (I'm just a homeowner) is that Husqvarna is owned by Electrolux corporation; same people who make the weed eater brand, frigidaire, and all sorts of other once-reputable brands that went down the drain under Electrolux's control due to poor quality and poor customer support.
I tried a spool last year and went back to my Echo Crossfire about half way thru the spool. The line itself may last quite a while but it loses it's cutting ability a lot sooner then the Echo line. For me the Echo line cuts better for longer periods of time.
do you know a website where i can buy echo crossfire line or take a look?
there isnt an echo dealor in my town, thanks.
i kind of figured the line didnt have much titanium in the line or it would be really high on price, i figured there was a catch there.