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Last edited by Sid7643 on Dec 23rd, 2018 11:02 pm, edited 7 times in total.
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Kootenays
Curved shaft is in your title. The deal is for straight shaft.
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smacd wrote:
Dec 10th, 2018 12:48 pm
Curved shaft is in your title. The deal is for straight shaft.
Fixed. Thanks!
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Kanata
Too bad the deal isn't for the 4-stroke model. With a 2-stroke, you have to mix fuel and oil, so it's just a bit more complex.
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timojaak wrote:
Dec 10th, 2018 12:57 pm
Too bad the deal isn't for the 4-stroke model. With a 2-stroke, you have to mix fuel and oil, so it's just a bit more complex.
More complex than having to do oil changes on the 4-stroke?
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Back to the original price. Congrats to the person who bought it. Amazon may start another round of price dropping since it is an off season item.
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timojaak wrote:
Dec 10th, 2018 12:57 pm
Too bad the deal isn't for the 4-stroke model. With a 2-stroke, you have to mix fuel and oil, so it's just a bit more complex.
Not saying all 4 cycle are bad. But, the problem with cheap 4 cycle is that it can't run with engine upside down. For edging, the operator has to stop the engine, detach the shaft, rotate 180 deg, attach the shaft, and restart the engine. For entry-level trimmer, 2 cycle is the most versatile. Honda and Makita 4 cycle are the way to go.

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