John Doe Metro: I have a 2 stroke cub cadet, its the cs202. I had this same issue and replaced the end and fixed it. now the primer bulb busted...
Kitty S.: 2nd use the pull starter went wacko and jumped the pulley and tangled up , No way to access the spindle to replace and mfg says so sad to bad its not covered. Bad design dont waste your money with this brand
Steven Marker: mine starts but then just dies out right away
TomCat Xsl: time to take it and put it on a bicycle ;D
TomCat Xsl: 4125 cc? I call BS on that engine size XD
Rarrin9378: I own both an Echo and Stihl trimmer, the Echo is lighter and more maneuverable for edging and small stuff but when it comes to power my Stihl FS90R DEFINITELY takes the cake. I've had several Echo's and have not been impressed at all.
I have other attachments that I use on it so I don't want to modify it.
matthebest018: why dont u grind down the pine so you can push the shaft in far egnouf so it catches. Then just drill a hole put a screw and voila it works again let me know if it works.
Nothing wrong with the clutch. The end of the weed wacker attachment broke where it connects to the drive. I'm just going to go buy buy a new weed wacker attachment and it will be fine. I hooked up my blower attachment and it works fine so I know there is nothing wrong with the motor or clutch, Thanks for watching.
Craig Arndt: I have an Echo and Stihl trimmer. Both run great, but the Stihl gave me fits- finally convinced dealer to replace the ignition because it died all the time when it got hot. Now runs perfect. The Echo is lighter, easier to start and never had a problem.
bryce: well your clutchj is gone
Michael g: Yep welcome enjoy the vids snowmobiles the best haha
My friend at the mower place recommended Echo. I'll probably get one of those next time. Thanks for watching.
Michael g: Echo is the best of the best for chain saws trimers blowers etc