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2023.06.08 15:08 Only_Being_Frank Winter freeze affect on plants, trees?

How did you all make out after the deep freeze we got over the winter? I lost three small decorative trees/hedges and gave up on them last month. Pulled them out and replaced with an arborvitae in the full sun area, an Eddie Yew in the shaded area and a couple skip laurels to screen my AC units outside. Also had to cut back my shrubs that did survive pretty much all the way back to the ground. Signs of life exist and we’re bouncing back but I don’t expect them to be filled in completely before next summer.
How did you all make out?
Side note — I’m an Ego tool user given I only have about a quarter acre. I got the new 18” electric chainsaw to pull out the trees and roots. It worked surprisingly well though it does lack a bit of peak power I’m used to from gas powered units. I highly recommend the full Ego line for small to medium size lots. I have the mower, trimmer, blower, hedge trimmer and now the chainsaw.
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2023.06.08 12:16 HappyMower Received my first 'offer' via email...

Hi folks. So one of my recent (garden tidy) vids has done considerably better than usual and gained me a few subscribers, which is great, and I'm really enjoying the ride. And I've added my email address to my YouTube page now for any potential clients etc.
And now today I've got a message offering a product to test: "I was interested in your videos on YouTube and our product saker cordless hedge trimmer might be suitable for your following creation"
But it just smells proper dodgy to me. The name on the message doesn't match the sender (which is just a [email protected] address) and it's asking me to click through to a product page. Is this gonna be the norm now I've put my email on my page? Or is this potentially (doubtful) legit?! Would like to hear if any of y'all have had similar. Cheers!
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2023.06.08 07:28 JD64isalreadytaken Some backstory for Alenah and Mariah

Drawn by u/Keyney74
(Possible cringe warning)
Alenah (yellow hoodie) :
Age 33
Occupation: evangelism and misc work
Favorite games : chess and Mario 64
Favorite songs : take flight by Lindsey Sterling and Spectra by chipzel
Some time in the past a Fallen angel kicked from heaven went in unto a woman and alenah was the result,her father never knew and for years neither did she because her mother died giving birth to her
She grew up as any normal person would, until around the age of 25. while she was out in an open field close to dark, she heard a voice a loud and deep voice, it was the voice of God
He told her everything about her, about her mother and her true father. This striked fear in her heart, fear that she is or would eventually would cause bad things to happen (because of how wicked the giants were before the flood)
God reassured her she was not in any trouble and that nothing bad would fall upon her or anyone because of it
So from then on she would go on living life as usual and learning how to use Angel powers [I originally wrote this when I was 9 and its still kinda cringe maybe eventually I'll fix her story]
Mariah ( blue clothes):
Age 37
Occupation: veteran and occasional work with the government
Favorite games: metal gear rising revengegence and TF2
Favorite songs : the hot wind blowing from MGR and seven nation army (glitch mob remix)
A woman who grew up in a small but powerful country who's been at peace with surrounding countries for decades
Mariah usually tinkers with machines and weapons and made the Sirian (basically a spear with a chainsaw head {like a weaponized hedge trimmer})she never used it for combat but she did do a lot of practice with it and become really good at using it
However after decades of peace, for seemingly no reason,war breaks out between the country she lives in and another
Her father was a very high ranking solider but was unfortunately killed
As a result Mariah decided to join the war with the Sirian
And after 15 years of pointless fighting the war ended in the same manner as it started
To this day Mariah still doesn't understand why the war happened in the first place
[So how'd I do in writing this?]
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2023.06.08 02:37 NERFORNOTHING69 Stihl fs91r Trimmer attachments?

Do yall know any hedge trimmer attachment that could fit on a stihl fs91r? I Got 2 extra wanna turn them into something Thanks
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2023.06.07 23:05 _Nismo HT2410 Hedge Trimmer Recall

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2023.06.07 10:50 junbogardentools Junbo Aluminium gearboxes lithium hedge trimmers with brush and double blades

Junbo Aluminium gearboxes lithium hedge trimmers with brush and double blades


Aluminium gearboxes lithium hedge trimmers with brush and double blades
Voltage: 18V - 21V. Rotational speed: 18500min; Power: 400W Length: 480mm Cutting speed: ≥95 Cutting angle: 45° Max. cutting diameter: 15mm Battery: External option.
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2023.06.07 08:40 noob1170 Wanting to power small lawn tools off of a battery backpack.

I recently came into possession of a handful of electric power tools (lawn edger, hedge trimmer, etc.) and my home does not have any external outlets that I could use to easily power them without an absurdly long extension cord running to my garage. I have verified that unhindered my edger only draws around 100 watts and the idea occurred to me to build a battery pack that could fit in a small frame to wear while I use these tools. When the edger first starts the power draw is closer to 1500 watts but this only lasts for a second at most. Is it possible to use a low power output inverter (300-500 watts) in conjunction with a hard start capacitor kit to avoid both overloading the inverter and keeping the overall weight and cost down.
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2023.06.07 01:33 Kangaloosh What's your thoughts on using an A/C power supply on a 24v battery powered hedge trimmer.

My inlaws were moving out of their house. They gave me a B&D battery powered hedge trimmer like:

There was no battery with it. It says it runs on 24v. They didn't know if it worked / last time they used it. Likely saw minimal use (they had landscapers)
Not to actually use it much because it'd be a kluge, but more as a test / proof of concept - How feasible is it to make it a corded unit / connect it to a 24v A/C power supply? Any idea how many amps would be enough? I have old desktop PCs and power supplies. They put out 12v and I think even the low end ATX power supplies do 10 - 15 - 20amps on the 12 v wires. String 2 in series and you have 24v.?
don't know if the hedger works anyway... so not much to lose?

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2023.06.07 01:01 kjfacilities-maint Ryobi Cordless Blower & String Trimmer Review for Home Maintenance (Not a Paid Promotion)

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2023.06.06 21:56 DuckTree27 Buy With or Without Batteries?

I already purchased a leaf blower, and I am planning on purchasing more Ego power tools.
Buying the tools that come with the batteries seems to be a really good deal. But if I buy a pole saw, hedge trimmer, and weed wacker all with batteries, how long will the batteries last just sitting on the shelf?
In other words, would it be better to buy some of the tools now with batteries and some without batteries (then later buying replacement batteries), or buying all of the tools now with batteries and some of the batteries just sit around doing nothing until the others wear out? Which is the better deal in the long run?
Thank you.
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2023.06.06 21:35 Hopeful-Wonder-7607 Echo HC-1500 Hedge Trimmer - Engine Bogs and Dies When Hot

I have an old Echo HC-1500 hedge trimmer. It's quite old but it's barely got any hours on it. I'm having an annoying issue with it where it will run perfectly fine and start with no issues, but after a few minutes when the engine is warmed up it just bogs when you give it gas and dies, and it will not idle when it's hot, and eventually it just won't start.
I suspected the carb, seeing as I had to replace the primer bulb and clear out the passages with the check valves (They were stuck), but seeing as it will cold start perfectly fine, I just don't know.
It ain't the gas cap either, I've tried loosening it when it's running like shit and it had no effect (Also there was no vacuum in the tank anyway). Spark arrestor should be fine seeing as the engine barely has any hours on it, but I can't check it because I can't find a damn allen key of the right size.
I've read a possible issue is the ignition coil, but would that cause a bogging issue? Wouldn't a coil that can't run hot just straight up not work?
I'll probably just throw a $15 carb on it anyway just because they're cheap. But anyone got any ideas?
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2023.06.06 21:19 oknidius Any leaf vac/mulcher rumours?

My old corded leaf vac gave up. Looking to replace with battery powered.
I know EGO is great at releasing the same mower, blower, string trimmer and snow blower every 8 months with incremental improvements.
But has anyone heard any grapevine rumours about developing or releasing a leaf vac/mulcher?
If not, I guess I'll go Ryobi or Worx.
Thanks for any rumours you may have heard!
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2023.06.06 20:07 hanzhongluboy Restock timeline for certain outdoor power equipment SKUs?

Any idea when outdoor power equipment will be back in stock- namely the chainsaw and hedge trimmer? I noticed these two especially are out of stock online. Any idea when they will restock, I signed up for email notices to stay on top of when they'd be back but am worried maybe they wont be making any more OPE? Anyone here have any ideas or know something?
Also if anyone has the cordless hedge trimmer and can offer feedback, I would be interested to hear it. Thank you!
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2023.06.06 15:21 Wammy70 Sharpening In Brantford?

Anyone know where I can get my hedge trimmers sharpened in Brantford?
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2023.06.06 13:10 Mapex555 Changing and old plug

Changing and old plug
My old hedge trimmer’s plug is falling apart - what plug should I get to replace it with?
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2023.06.06 03:02 DogNamedCharlie Ryobi 30" vs. EGO 21"

After about 7 years, my Toro front wheel snapped off the deck and it is making it a PITA to mow. It is attached by axle, but there is no height control. My wife also says she wants more room the garage, she complains about gas smell, and I wouldn't mind something quieter.
Seeing how the E-mowers stow and other attributes that I like, I am looking at two different walk behinds that are vastly different.
1) EGO lm2156sp MSRP $850, onsale $700
2) Ryobi 30" Walk behind 80v RYPM8001 - MSRP $2,000, includes $3-400 Ryobi blower + trimmer.
I like the idea of mowing about the 50% more in each pass. Though I am concerned as I see Ryobi has no IPX rating, while many other companies like EGO & Greenworks do. Both of these have 5 year battery warranties, though Ryobi has a lot of different battery voltages, while it seems EGO is all about the 56V. I do have a Ryobi gas trimmer and a couple different attachments and it is about 2 years old and my old one lasted longer than any mower, I only tossed it as ethanol ate up the fuel pickup line. The 80V seems like a double edge sword, more powerful motor, but the current MSRP is more than the EGO. Though I hope 3rd party or refurb/recelled batteries will be around in the future and maybe the price will drop.
I only have a 1/3 of an acre, it is mostly flat, with the exception of a burm in the back. I have a few trees I go around. The ground is made bumpy by the winters. I don't know how much time a 30" will save me, but I think it seems cool, but a bit unproven.
Granted I view either option as cheaper than having someone else mow for me.
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2023.06.05 04:53 Loader452 How the heck do you sharpen this brush trimmer blade?

I recently got the Ryobi brush trimmer attachment. It's a 3 "bladed" metal trimmer head. The blades come with the edges basically squared off. I thought this was odd, but guessed that maybe the "sharp" corners could cut, and allow for cutting of bigger stuff by biting like the teeth of a chainsaw.
I've used it a little bit, it does pretty well, but seemed to get dull, and lose some efficiency.
It's pretty tempting to make the blades truly sharp like an axe or mower blades. I could also re-square off the edges, maybe use a rounded file?
Anyone know what to do?
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2023.06.05 01:18 NeuroThor What tool would be best to cut a path through this kind of bush?

What tool would be best to cut a path through this kind of bush?
I have quiklok bush cutter attachment for the ground, but not sure how to carve through this kind of brush. Hedge trimmer? M18 Hatchet is on the list of things I need anyway, but would that suffice?
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2023.06.04 18:39 extremepanda193 What should I do with this?

What should I do with this?
Bought my house with this bush here, I don't want to take it out because it does offer privacy to the back yard but it is out of control. Can I just use hedge trimmers to clean it up and take it back?
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2023.06.04 05:39 cutlass484 Rigid String Trimmer Runtime/Overheating

What is your experience with the new string trimmer?
I have used both the 6ah Octane and Maxoutput batteries. I can get 15 min or so before the trimmer shuts down/over heats. If I wait a couple minutes it'll start it back up and run for another 2 to 3 minutes before over heating and shutting down. I'm having to use my Ridgid jobsite blower to blow air in the vents to speed up the cold down time.
I use the lowest setting and try not to press the trigger all the way down.
I left a negative review on the HD website. Ridgid responded and told me to email them. They sent me a replacement and I'm still having the same issue.
I'm considering the ryobi 40volt trimmers with a 72 minute runtime but I am a loyal Ridgid customer and have lots of batteries.
I'll probably just have to deal with it. But I do love this trimmer. It's definitely powerful.
Side note: I saw a video with a guy that modded his ryobi trimmer. He purchased another fan blade (the same one that is installed in the trimmer) and attached it to the existing fan blade so that it blows air in another direction towards the controller and he is able to sustain long run times until his battery is drained.
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2023.06.03 19:28 darla412 Win a pair of Twisted X Work Footwear and a Ryobi Trimmer/Blower Combo {US} (6/30/2023)

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2023.06.03 19:27 darla412 Win a pair of Twisted X Work Footwear and a Ryobi Trimmer/Blower Combo {US} (6/30/2023)

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