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Battery Powered Vs Gas Powered

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Keeping the lawn well mowed and hedges trim and neat require dedicated and consistent work. It can be done professionally by a landscaper, or as do-it-yourself. Whichever way, one thing that is required is the right tool for the job. This tool is none other than the weed eater or trimmer. Weed eaters come in […]

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How a Weed Eater Work

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The Weed eater is commonly known locally as a string trimmer from the fact that it uses a string to operate. Different models are available, sold by different vendors. Mostly, the engines comprise of three types, these are: Battery powered engines Gasoline Electric engines These machines are not heavy and they make work done through […]

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Tanaka TCG27EBSP 2-Cycle Gas String Commercial Grade Trimmer, 26.9cc Review

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Commercial landscapers or those with large yards full of thick grass and weed that require regular trimming will definitely appreciate the service of a reliable commercial weed eater. However, since the term “commercial grade” is widely used nowadays, not all products advertised as such actually offer the expected power and durability. Below is a review […]

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What Causes a Weed Eater to Bog Down?

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Doing some lawn trimming work can be an easy and straightforward job when you are using the right equipment, which is good working order. If you are using a weed eater, then it is likely you are operating either an electric or a gas powered unit to do the maintenance work. Unfortunately, even if your […]

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Do Weed Eaters Use Regular Gas?

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A weed eater that runs on fuel requires extra care and attention as compared to those that run on electrical power. This is largely because of the regular refueling and maintenance work needed to ensure the weed eater functions properly. If you own one of these devices, you may be wondering whether you can just […]

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