Weedeater Edger Parts
- Replacement spool cap designed for use with trimmers. (Spring not required for cordless trimmers.)
- Automatic feed spool
- Measures 3.5-by-1.5-by-3.5 inches; weighs 1.6 ounces
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EGO Power Head String Trimmer Edger ReviewJune 23, 2017 - Pro Tool Reviews (blog)
This essentially opens up the EGO Power Head to run a string trimmer, edger, pole saw, and anything else EGO decides to throw at it. Currently, the price for additional attachments sits right around $99. We were able to review all of them in some...
Milwaukee M18 Fuel String Trimmer ReviewMarch 16, 2017 - Pro Tool Reviews (blog)
One of those is found here in the form of a metal ring to keep the bump action from wearing down parts as quickly as plastic only heads. Milwaukee M18 Fuel String Trimmer. Cutting diameter is set to either 14 or 16 inches. A cutter on the guard can be...
Weed Eater Edger Disassembly – Edger Repair Help
Repairing a Weed Eater edger? This video demonstrates the proper and safe way to disassemble an edger and how to access parts that may need to be tested and/or replaced. Here is a list of...
Weed Eater Edger Carburetor Rebuild Kit Installation 530069832
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for installing the carburetor rebuild kit on a Weed Eater edger. The most common reasons for installing the carburetor rebuild kit are when...
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WeedeaterOhio University Press. 2018
Weedeater is a contemporary story of love and loss told by a pair of eastern Kentucky mountaineers. Gene is a lovelorn lawnman who bears witness to the misadventures of a family entangled in drugs, artmaking, and politics, a family beset by environmental and self-destruction. And a young mother, Dawn Jewell, is at the center of the family. She spends the pages of Weedeater searching—for lost family members, lost youth, lost community, and lost heart. Weedeater is a story about how we put our lives back together when we lose the things we thought we couldn’t bear losing, how we find new purpose in what we thought were scraps and trash caught in the weeds. Weedeater picks up six years after the end of Robert Gipe’s first novel, Trampoline, and continues the story of the people of Canard...