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Article 1 — Using a Blade for Versatility, also Blade Hardware & Arbor Hole

A Weed Whacker has various names: String Trimmer, Garden String Trimmer, Tree Pruner, Brush Cutter, Weed Eater, etc. As other articles have aptly pointed out, these versatile garden tools come with various cc-power levels, electric versus gasoline, and 2-stroke versus 4-stroke capabilities. But what has not been addressed is the use of a “BLADE” onnbsp;… [View Details]

Article 2 — Blade Teeth Types and Blade Design

BLADE TEETH TYPES: STEEL teeth, CHAINSAW CHAIN TYPE teeth steel, or CARIBDE teeth:   Blades typically come with ordinary plain steel teeth or CARBIDE teeth.   Carbide is well worth considering since a Carbide Tipped (TEETH) blade reputably can last up to [10] times longer than a standard plain steel blade but cost nowhere close to [10] times morenbsp;… [View Details]

Article 3 — 32, 36, & 40 teeth blades versus 80, 100, & 120 teeth blades

Comparing BRUSH ONLY (32, 36, & 40 teeth) blades VERSUS (80, 100, & 120 teeth) MULTI-USE blades: We Offer TWO SPECIALTY type Brush Blades: (1)— MULTI-USE BLADES: Our 80, 100 & 120 teeth blades are handy for ANY job such as: Pruning, Hedging, large Limb cutting as well as for Brush & Brambles. MORE teeth means more aggregatenbsp;… [View Details]

Article 4 — How to Cut limbs with a Trimmer

POINTS to CONSIDER: Trimmer Engines vary in power and speed. So if you have a smaller engine this article will be even more important to first review: ***Consider your engine size and power for the job on hand, consider the limb size and wood characteristics as a hardwood limb is different than simple Pine ornbsp;… [View Details]