The Grass Gator Load n’ Cut replacement trimmer head will fit 99% of all gas weed trimmers, including: Ryobi, John Deere, Echo, Stihl, Homelite, Bolens, Weedeater, Craftsman, Toro, Cub Cadet, Troy Bilt, Poulan, and most other makes. The Load n’ Cut is designed for most gas weed trimmers, and is a great replacement for the standard bump & feed heads that are hard to load and difficult to use. The line installs into the Load n’ Cut in seconds. Push the pre-cut line into the head and it automatically locks into place - ready to use. The Grass Gator Load n’ Cut is excellent for both grass and weeds, and the tough, .130 diameter, line provides excellent service and longevity. cabinet sliding door hardware : Grass Gator 8010 Load n’ Cut Replacement String Trimmer Head>Compare Prices<
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This thing works great! Well worth the money if you’re as hard on trimmer line as I am. I have tons of rocks to trim around so I was really going through the line, and having to take the trimmer apart to redo the line is no fun. This thing makes replacing line a snap. No more taking the thing apart.
The Grass Gator head worked just great out of the box but eventually the original line wore out. I replaced the line with some .95 line I already had. Then the frustration started. The line broke or flew out of the head when I tried to cut any tall grass. The life of the line could be measured in seconds. I immediately blamed the new string trimmer head and was going to throw it away.I took a chance and bought some new Echo brand .130 Nylon line and “bingo”, with the first use of the new line and head combination, I trimed a mile of pasture fence line using two tanks of fuel and the new line is still usable. I never thought the old line could be at fault but that was definately my problem. The Grass Gator head works just great with the new,fresh,nylon .130 line.
This device was easy to install on my Ryobi Gas trimmer and it works as advertised, except, when you turn the timmer vertically to cut an edge, the Load N cut trimmer line inserts vaporize.It took me almost one whole package to use my trimmer vertically and finish my corner yard. it works very well when used horizontally, however … I can’t edge like that.I’ve got a few more inserts and then when they’ goner I’m gonna buy another brand, probably the Pivotrim.
First the good:1) Once installed,(tightly!!) the trimmer head worked great2) The line segments are incredibly easy to installthe bad:1) They shipped me out of date assembly instructions, that referred to parts no longer in the kit - frustrating2) First call to customer service for help was abrupt and didn’t help3) Second call to customer service was friendly and revealed parts/instructions disconnect.I installed on a big box hardware store purchased Homelite Mighty Lite trimmer. After I installed the kit and started it up, all the parts flew off in my driveway. I treat this as my fault, as although I snugged up the parts well, I was afraid to overtighten due the my perception that a cone shaped adapter I needed to use was “flimsy”. I then REALLY tightened them, and had no more trouble with the parts.When I started using it, my grass was thick near the borders of flower beds, along the house and around trees (hadn’t trimmed in about 4 weeks - I know - I know….).I quickly determined you cannot leave four “strings” in the head with a low power gas “homeowner” style trimmer (mine is a straight shaft). The four lines bog the engine down noticably, and prevented a good trim. After I removed two of the lines, it was fantastic. I trimmed about 200 linear feet of grass edge and it wore the initial two lines down only about one inch. I am sure that a professional quality trimmer would have the muscle to use four lines effectively.Overall, I confess to being very pleased with the trimmer head. My last head (standard manufacturer) jammed about every 20 feet, tangled lines and was a pain to use. I will NEVER go back to a tap and advance head again.
I put this on a gas powered weed eater (R)that I considered obsolete.This retrofit turned it into a professional edger.The change was very easy.My original weed eater(R) trimmer head only had a single line.The Grass Gator 8010 lets you load up to 4 lines.It howles when I rev it up !!!!Previously I suffered a lot of frustration (with the original trimmer head) when the line would snap and I had to take the original spool appart to re-thread the line through the feed hole.The Grass Gator (R) 8010 made my day.The packaging says it can handle trimmer lines from 0.095 to 0.130 inches,however I tried a commercial grade 0.155 inch “rib-shaped” trimmer line and on one yard trimming the lines only wore out about 0.5 inch !!!I used 0.155 Commercial Grade trimmer line made by Arnold LLC.If you want to try out the same trimmer line I used - here is the linkArnold #WLM-1155 75’ .155 Trimmer Line
This product works as advertised. I have a new Homelite gas trimmer with a curved shaft and what used to take me nearly a full “roll” of line with the old bump and feed method I did with only two 5 inch pieces. I had to “rig” the end of it a little to make the retro-fit tight on the the head of the trimmer but other than that, this is the easiest and best product I have ever used for trimming. I highly recommend this product if you have a lot to trim like I do as it will save you a ton of time and even more frustration.