String trimmer. Replaces bump and feed gas trimmer heads. Fits most gas models for Homelite, Toro, John Deere, Sears, Craftsman, Weed Whacker, McCulloch, Husqvarna, and Weedeater. Fits most models for Echo. Fits all gas models and some electric models for Ryobi. Easy to install. Easy to use. Line replaces in seconds. Interchangeable with the three bladed Grass Gator I (1223 0918) and Grass Gator II (1223 0934).
This is a great replacement for any gas-operated grass trimmer. The design is simple, the plastic body is very durable, and the device works as advertised..The biggest advantages are:.. . . . . 1. You have four cutting lines instead of the usual two.. . . . . 2. Lines do not get tangled..The only disadvantages are:.. . . . . 1. You have to pre-cut several lengths of line in advance.. . . . . 2. You have to manually reload line a few times during a job..Balancing the disadvantages with the advantages, the ex..
This Grass Gator fits the bill for ruggedness and fantastic design. Finally, no more tangles and what a great job it does with the .90 string.I have told everyone about this item and so glad they make it. I can do my yard over and over before I ever have to replace string and I have a big yard. String replacement is so easy that a child can do it and like I said, the design is fantastic. Get it..Easy to put on your weed wacker and get rid of the tangles or string binding up forever.
I have a Ryobi 790r string trimmer and the string length blade cutter fell off somewhere. There was no way to operate the trimmer as string would keep coming out of the bump head and tangling up. A new blade, about the size of a razor blade, was about $3 and $6 for shipping, outrageous for something one could mail in an envelope. I had noticed the Grass Gator attachments before and went back to the chain store to see if I could find something to help. I settled on the medium duty Grass Gator "Trims & Edges..