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"I always go from left to right..... Reckon it's to do with being left-handed. As Dave says, use a D handled strimmer...... I find no harness at all is best. Everyone's different though"
"When broken down, a large job is only a number of smaller jobs put together and if you feel you want to have a crack, then that is how I would approach this project. Roughly prep the whole area and order the turf in 'bite-sized' deliveries if you ca…"
"Cord not too long. On longer grass, right to left sweeping movement - imagine you are using an old fashioned sythe and maybe 2 or 3 passes. On shorter grass I keep the head almost flat, with a similar movement........and concentrate!!
"Use a strimmer with a D handle and use a shoulder strap not a harness, you can then set the height of the strimmer constantly so that should stop the scalping."
"If he charged £60 a day he could afford his own extension lead after a couple of days, sky’s the limit then."
"Everyone has their own technique that they hone over the years, personally I like to strim from right to left with the strimmer head angle at about 30* on the 9o’clock/3o’clock plane. Longer, rougher grass I’m not so fussy about, just need to concen…"
"Light on the dash, what are these luxuries you speak of? Even if there was a light it probably wouldn’t work, it’s a Land Rover!"
"It’s a genius system, it even lets you know when you’re out of oil when it stops dripping on the driveway."
"I agree, oil changes on a mower can be completed in 5mins and cost less than a pint down your local. Bit of a tongue-in-cheek comment comparing it to the Landy! Although small top-ups are fine as part of day-to-day upkeep of our machines. I’ve never…"