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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by RadiantLawnCare, Sep 11, 2010.
I'm picking up my Echo Pb-770 tomorrow!
i picked up a 770 , almost too much power to the point it tends to push your right shoulder back. on jobs i bid hourly, im not gonna use that one for sure
I've owned Echo pb650, Stihl 600, and currently own Shindiawa 8520. NONE were /are easy to start. The 8520 is the most powerful.The 600 the most comfortable, and the 650 the most overrated. BTW, also own Echo pb-6000. Very underpowered by today's standards, BUT, starts 1st-2nd pull every time.
The best bp blower made IMO is the echo pb410. They are freaking bulletproof. Not the most powerful but reliability makes up for it.
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redmax and husqvarna
I have echo,stihl and redmax the redmax is the best by a long shot the 7000 is stronger than the br600 and the pb750 and they make an 8000 but im very happy with 7000
I'm a Stihl fan but I went with the Echo on the advice of my dealer. It was actually kinda refreshing because he always pushes Stihl on me and I was beginning to think he was one of those "Stihl is the best and everything else sucks!" types. he advised I wait a couple years 'till Stihl had all the "bugs" worked out. Love the echo 770!
Shindaiwa, if you say Echo you might as well say Shindaiwa since Shindaiwa bought Echo out recently.
I prefer Redmax for everything else.