Tested on some grotty yards
I run a residential business, and in every occasion, I get the housing commission job that looks like a complete jungle. For both the front and backyard I concluded that my gxv160 mower alone wouldn't "cut it" without choking so I gave the PET51y a try. The front yard had tall weeds and this made mince meat out of it. However, the backyard had tall buffalo grass, the really grotty type that looks as if its been mulched over and over. I did have some issues, and I felt that the engine was a little underpowered. I wish these things came opted in ...a b&s or honda engine. At the end, the job took 1 hour for the front, and 3 for the back. I can definitely say though this cut my time down a lot instead of using my brushcutter. and I would recommend it to anyone who is stuck in a muck with these kind of jobs.
Questions & Answers
No spark at the sparkplug will need to replace the Magy
Can you help
John Ackerman 159 Bunya Rd North Arm 4561
Hi, I recently purchased a PET - 51 y TRIMMER it seems to be working fine but the rev is going up and down, is that normal or is it supposed to hold a constant rev? Thanks in advanced.
Mine is holding a constant rev and that's the way it's supposed to be. It sounds like with your problem you want to check your carburetor, it might just need to be cleaned out. This is a common problem, not just in your strimmer, it happened to my victa mower too. Good luck
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