2pk-8"-56t -- Renegade Razor / Hybrid -- Combo Specialty -- RENEGADE BLADE - Carbide Brush Cutter
Carbide Tip Trimmer Brush Cutter Blades, Six Blade Types, Renegade Blade Carbide Brush Cutter Blades, Similiarity Types, Hard Brush, Sharp Limbs
- The tooth are specifically designed for each application to provide maximum performance and cutting life
- Comes in a pack of 2 that makes it cost-effective
- Made with high-quality carbide steel that offers a long-lasting usage
- The size may not be accurate
Analysis of 200+ reviews for 2pk-8"-56t -- Renegade Razor / Hybrid -- Combo Specialty -- RENEGADE BLADE - Carbide Brush Cutter
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We analyzed a total of 229 reviews for this product out of which, 185 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 78% reviews were positive while around 16% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for 2pk-8"-56t -- Renegade Razor / Hybrid -- Combo Specialty -- RENEGADE BLADE - Carbide Brush Cutter
This product received a total score of 8.74 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I have been using this trimmer head for a couple of years now and I have to say it has been a huge help in keeping my tools sharp and safe while I am out and about.
The blades are great for the price and last longer than the big name brands, and fast shipping as well.
I used them and they bind up a little easier than other blades, but I am using a smaller weed eater than I am used to, so that may be the issue more than the blade.
I have been using this razor for a long time, and it is still sharp after several uses. My problems in the yard had been solved, and I used it to cut bamboos that kept coming up the ground.
This is a drop-in replacement for the included brush cutter attachment, and it is much better than the one that came with it.
Question & Answers
Which arbor size do I need, if this fits on the Husqvarna 128ld?
The blade on the brush cutter comes with an accessory to match the arbor size you might have.
Will this work on the Husqvarna 128ld? I also don't know if I need any other accessories to attach the blade.
If you are replacing the blade on the brush cutter, you don't need an additional accessory.
I'm trying to use this on kobalt 80v but can't seem to get it to function without tripping.
The overspeed safety mechanism is due to the blade weighing more than your string head, so try running it not wide open.
Will it fit on the trimmer plus brush attachment?
Will depend on the brand you have. I use a Toro purchased at Home Depot that has multiple devices that can be changed out.
Will it work and is it recommended for a stihl fs 130?
I have a fs 110 with handle bars, they cut better than the Stihl brand, and hold an edge much longer, I don't think you'll have a problem.