STIHL LINETRIMMERS & BRUSHCUTTERS

CHOOSING THE BEST STIHL LINE TRIMMER

If your lawn edges are looking untidy you need a STIHL Line Trimmer, also referred to as a Weed Eater, Grass Trimmer, Weed Whacker and even a Whipper Snipper!

This tool is exactly what you need to go with your Lawnmower to ensure a great looking lawn with minimal effort.

Read more here CTAFIND OUT WHAT LINE TRIMMER IS BEST FOR YOUR TRIMMING JOBS HERE

HOW TO USE LINE TRIMMER

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USING YOUR LINETRIMMER CORRECTLY AND SAFELY

Learn the trimming method and working position that will give you the best results for your vegetation and terrain. We have all the tips for using your weed eater safely and correctly.

 

Learn how to use your Brush Cutter here

MIXING FUEL
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MIXING FUEL

 

The correct mixture of petrol and engine oil is critical to the health of the engine in your Brushcutter or Line Trimmer. Always use a ratio of 50:1 (50 parts petrol to 1 part engine oil).

 

Learn more about mixing and using fuel here

HOW TO REPLACE TRIMMER LINE ON A WEED EATER

HOW TO REFILL NYLON LINE

 

When the time has come to replace the mowing line in your Grass Trimmer, having the correct technique will save you a lot of frustration. We also have a great tip for making Nylon Line easier to work with.

Learn the correct way to replace the line here

CHOOSING THE RIGHT MOWING HEAD

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FINDING THE RIGHT MOWING HEAD

 

Using the right cutting attachment will ensure you get the most out of your tool. But which mowing head is the right one? What is the difference between a STIHL AutoCut and a STIHL PolyCut? Which mowing head does your Line Trimmer take?

 

Learn how to choose the right mowing head here

FINDING THE RIGHT BLADE
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FINDING THE RIGHT BLADE

 

Metal cutting blades are more robust than Nylon Line and therefore offer higher cutting performance. But what is the difference between a Grass Cutting Blade and a Brush Knife? Is a metal, plastic or saw blade more suitable for your requirements?

 

Learn how to choose the right cutting blade here