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Ardisam Earthquake Rolling String Trimmer - Briggs & Stratton 190cc Engine, Model# 600050B

Item# 170291
Landscaping your lawn has never been simpler, thanks to the Earthquake rolling string trimmer. The trimmer is equipped with a drive lever that allows you to easily control the trimming mechanism for a smooth, consistent cut. No need to tangle with tools when replacing the trimmer line the guard-mounted blade automatically cuts it to the proper length. The large wheels and 22in. cutting diameter let you maintain a large lawn and trim its nooks and crannies too. A powerful 4-cycle Briggs & Stratton engine and 0.155in. trimmer line chops down unsightly weeds and stubborn brush. Item is on back-order until early May. Line Diameter in. 155, Cutting Width in. 22, Displacement cc 190, Application Trimmer, Wheel Size in. 14, Engine 4-cycle, Fuel Tank Capacity qt. 1, Gross Torque 6.25.
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Customer Reviews for Ardisam Earthquake Rolling String Trimmer - Briggs & Stratton 190cc Engine, Model# 600050B
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Ardisam Earthquake Rolling String Trimmer

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June 13, 2011
By kswenson57
from Gloucester, VA
" I have not had much luck with this product although most of my problems may have been caused by the initial delivery. First it was delivered with a broken handle adjustment knob, and the screws attaching the shield edge guard were broken from their plastic housing. I contacted Northern Tool and Equipment and they replaced the parts quickly. Once all of those pieces had been replaced, I tried running it. It ran well but one of the tires came off of its wheel. Fortunately, you can get them back on easily with a screwdriver. "
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