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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by Splicer, Jan 27, 2007.
How the heck does a brush blade sever a wire that thick?
Steel can cut steel...
What I mean is, you don't just bump against a cable that thick with a brush blade and sever the whole thing. It also had that yellow plastic cover around the cable too.
The guy guard still needs trimmed around...If it was a small gauge down guy then I could see it happening...Hell...it DID happen...
Ouch! I never cared much for the steel brush blades. I know they are sometimes needed but I try to advoid using them.
Could be that he had hit it numerous times before. I have seen weedeater rash girdle trees, cut through fence boards, metal fence posts etc. Some guys just don't pay attention to what they are doing.