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08-20-2011, 09:34 AM #1
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- Mar 2007
- Anderson, SC (Northwest part of SC)
- Ford 3000, 1972 LCG, JD 5603
Bump and go string feed vs the "pivot heads" - Lowe's "The Ugly Head"
I saw this thread:
Not sure if I should have just posted there or started fresh but ....
I saw a TV ad for a "Pivot Head" that was pretty good. The string goes on like a U around a mini pivot point. Its suppose to be better at not breaking on obstacles. At Lowes they have a head called "The Ugly Head". It appears similar.
I have a Bump Feed head that is original and its ok but going along my field fence I break a lot of string. I use "simulated twisted line" that feels flexible and seems fairly tough.
Any feed back on "The Ugly Head".
I am cutting Fescue, briars, various "weeds" and some honey suckle etc. some fairly heavy stuff but not too hard of stalks that require a blade and I need to go by the field fence and can't with a blade.Hubert - DIY'er outskirts of suberbia (Anderson, SC) - '72 Ford tractor and a few attachments, handtools and a pickup truck avg joe.
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