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- Used for trimming weeds where lawn mowers cannot reach.
- Comes in electric and gas-powered versions.
- Some gasoline models have a two-cycle engine, which uses a blend of two-cycle oil and gasoline in the gas tank. Gasoline models with a four-cycle engine do not require mixed gasoline.
- D-handles are usually adjustable and allow for left- or right-handed use.
- A strong monofilament nylon line serves as the cutting blade. Cutting path is typically 17”.
- Straight shaft trimmers allow for easy trimming under shrubs and branches. Curved shaft trimmers are easier for trimming along sidewalks, etc.
- Some models have a head that can twist and convert the tool into an edger.
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