CHOOSING A NEW WEED WACKER / BRUSH CUTTER HEAD – Greg The Gardener



Need a new brush cutter head? l explain some of the different types and their uses. Join me on FACEBOOK …

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  1. Why not make sure that you are truly saved by Jesus Christ and practice this way. Remorsefully confess with your heart your sins to Jesus Christ who is God and tell Him that you right now are repenting of your sins and you want to be born again of the Spirit from above. Tell Jesus that you are remorsefully sorry for breaking His commandments and that you are begging for forgiveness from Him. Allow His blood from the cross to wash away your sins. After this is done with your heart successfully the Holy Spirit will come to live within you and He will rebuild you from the inside out.

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  2. hello, my brush cutter is 5 years old , i keep it well. I am experiencing a problem, that is the brush cutter runs only on low rpm/speed. when i increase the speed of the brush cutter via the throttle cable, the engine chokes and dies. Spark plug is new, air filter sponge is dry and clean. But, i have never seen anyone service/clean the carburetor , could this be the cause??

  3. I found the aluminium head I got was a bad design due to how the bolt head protector is too close to where you pull the line through on the inside – you'd need needle nose pliers to be able to grab the line once you poke it through the holes. Also when you first get it you need to drill out the holes a bit as they are too small from the factory, which causes your line to break off. I find speed feed is better, as you can fit heaps more line, the only problem is when you try and cut something too tough with it, on a 30cc+ machine at high revs they can burst apart and you lose the cap, spring and sometimes the eyelets in the brush, meaning you need to have spares on you at all times. For anything thicker than grass a metal blade is best, although I had one (3 blade design) snap a blade off on me just the other day. If you search for 'Brushdestructor' they seem to do all right. I ordered one and will be using it soon.

  4. I used to do cemetery work .that metalhead will take you years to whack around every‘s headstone. One of those types of weed whackers was donated to the cemetery years ago . I used it once and never used it again way to much time fooling with the string. Tap and go head is the way to go.

  5. you need to try Oregon pivot pro. it will hold 4 pieces of string doubled to become 8 105 strings. you have to change the string manual but has a good 10 times longer run time. the line is mounted on a pivot knuckle. when you get along a building, fence or tree it will pivot. when the line is fixed in traditional heads, it cant move so it breaks because it keeps getting bent. the pivot pro last 10 times longer or more. I love them. I have had them on last 3 trimmers. No I am not employed by Oregon just happy customer. I want you to be a happy customer.

  6. I've been used my back pack tb43 for 3 years now(almost 20 years experience)..from my experienced plastic for around house trimming especially if there no rocks..theres a lot of plastic quality from cheap to expensive..while im working in estate i prefered using metal(sk5 16 inch) and for small trees im using round blade..but the most important is SAFETY from top to toe

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