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Why are 2 cycle engines so hard to start??

Discussion in 'Off Topic But Still Civil' started by voiceofstl, May 25, 2017.

  1. Muther

    Muther Well-Known Member

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    If you get an electric, and you have a larger lawn, make sure to get a trimmer rated for heavier duty. Electrics are great, but overuse will heat up the motor and it will fail prematurely.
     
  2. DC-93

    DC-93 Well-Known Member

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    My 2 stroke equipment start easily.

    But I do have issues with weed wacker self feeding lines!
    Those things don't last... :(
     
    tlc and tomit like this.
  3. wtxiceman

    wtxiceman Well-Known Member

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    I always have good look with echo.
     
  4. rapidtrans

    rapidtrans Well-Known Member

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    And don’t try to use a heavier (larger dia) line on one. Sure to toast the motor.
     

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