TheAlexManVideos: You'll never adjust the valves or change the oil on a 2 stroke.
TheAlexManVideos: No mixing fuel, quieter, less fuel consumption, more low end torque. On the other hand, it's heavier, less powerful for its size and weight, more complicated, and requires more maintenance.
MrDDog2010: why 4 stroke?
Kabar8315: SAE 30. I use Castrol HD 30. Had mine for over 5 yrs and it's still going strong.
James Pevehouse: I gotta replace my fuel lines- anyone know what size they are. My Cub still runs great
Stevechap69: I got one of these and it cuts great with ease even tho I always had 2 strokes this is the only weed eater that's a four stroke that I like recomend it! Love the power!
Michael Oliver: im a hard 2 stroke fan but i found this interesting. i want to see it cutting grass b4 i like it.
dfcvda: wow what a sound
kfordjake75: I like this guy's attention to detail, but I've yet to figure out why people want a 4 stroke trimmer. Money would be better spent on a straight shaft 2 stroke. I cut grass for a living...buy a $230 straight shaft Echo and be done with it. Usually what goes wrong with a trimmer is the all positions carb. This still has one. Although...I have to admit it does sound awesome.
pimpinpenz: is this trimmer any good i mean should i buy it? how much was it?
TheAlexManVideos: @svcruz Fogging oil. It keeps the plastic from drying out and cracking. It also mixes with the gas and kind of dilutes it so the tiny amount that is left doesn't get all gummed up. I spray fogging oil in the fuel lines, carb, and cylinder to prevent them from getting rusted or gummed up, or dry.
svcruz: what kind of oil was in the gas tank and the reason you use it while storing away during winter?
Matt w: thats soo sick i want a 4stroke weed whacker (Y)