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2 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:
58 minutes ago, Stubby said:
What about an Oregon Jet Fit head ?
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That looks like a better version of what I've got, does it throw out the line if you get caught up in brambles or snag a twig?

No .  🙂

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1 hour ago, Stubby said:

I would not use anything else but,  hey ho , as you say its a personal thing . What was the problem you found ? .

I do a lot of strimming round lamp posts street signs etc and found I was changing line too often even using thick expensive line so went back to bump heads.

i still use it now and then if I get a clearance job with some 6mm Oregon line with teeth on it I forget the name it’s good but £70 a reel! 

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