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  1. #11
    Silver Member
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    May 2008
    Twin Brooks, South Dakota
    Case IH

    Default Re: Best Trimmer Line

    I just started using some .095" Shakespeare and it seemed like it fed out real sweet. But I use any brand of .095" and it is widely available in local stores.

    On the other hand, it seems like the local stores are always running out of .155" line, so I bought some round Fireline in bulk over the internet cheaper than I could have bought line in local stores. Round line may not be as good, but the price is right.

  2. #12
    Silver Member JOE G's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    Eastern NY
    Husqvarna / John Deere

    Default Re: Best Trimmer Line

    I use Titanium Force Works well and My Stock Stihl head on my FS 110 R works great and holds a bunch of line.
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    John Deere LT 133
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    Husqvarna 562XP Woods Ported with .025 pop up Muffler Mod
    Husqvarna Rancher 55 2005
    Husqvarna 450 Anniversary Edition 2010
    STIHL 009 1998
    STIHL HT 131 Pole Saw 2012
    STIHL FS 110 R Trimmer 2010
    STIHL BR 600 Magnum Blower2012

  3. #13
    Gold Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Boiling Springs, SC
    MF 2823

    Default Re: Best Trimmer Line

    I like Magnum Gatorline by Oregon. I use it in .095 square and it wears really well and resists breakage nicely. It's not too expensive either.
    Simplicity ZT4000
    Shindaiwa T195s, Redmax HB250
    Northern 48" core aerator, Rug'id 250# spreader

  4. #14
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Ferris IS4500 Diesel ZTR; JD G100; BCS 732 w/tiller/chipper

    Default Re: Best Trimmer Line

    Magnum Gatorline by Oregon. I use it in .095 square and it wears really well and resists breakage nicely.

    This has an aramid (kevlar) http://

    inner core, the strongest fiber next to spectra. http://

    I think it's the strongest commercial line available, the square or twisted design will provide sharper cutting edges compared to round. That's what I'll buy once I run out of the round...

    I use it in an Echo Bearcat WT190 push trimmer; 0.155 diameter line; cut to length. Trim 3 acres fenceline + pond. The bump-feed .95 residential trimmers just didn't suffice; constant reloading.

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