Got any pics of it's original.Today I acquired....the ability for my DeWalt strimmer to cut like a STIHL.
Would you believe it....they use exactly the same thread, pitch etc.
I bought the DeWalt on a recommendation....but it turned out they redesigned the head to be a load of rubbish.
So happy today
Ah. Yeah that would suck. Mines double.Yup...when my mate bought it and recommended it they had a double spindle. They switched to single....so as it's feeding it all gets tangled up.
The bonus is I can also use the 2.4mm line which does cut a lot better I think....and is easier to work with.
It's a simple bolt on job...no mods required. I really like the STIHL one as the spool has clips for easy reload...and the feed holes are open at the top too....lot less faff.
Excuse the cat...he has to have a sniff of everything!
Been using this for a month now.Do you use a cross over program when doing it? used to use one when i had a "studio". Helped in the initial mix, but you cant beat actual air moving
My left ears screwed.I had some large Behringer self powered speakers that really worked well in the room, and a set of celestion that gave me a real world equivalent (they were the same ones i had in the house and i knew how both sounded so could dial in fairly well)
but too many years playing punk badly on bass, live gigs and noisy work environments mean that im struggling above 13K now in the right and 11.5K in the left so im reduced to mixing drinks.
hey ho, age is where you get to realise whether you wasted your youth or or your paying for it... price worth paying
Really gone and done it now, in a fit of madness I plumped for a fleet car
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Its the all electric Jaguar I Pace.
Did the maths, its cheaper to run that including charging costs than it is to tax, insure and fuel my D3.
The performance is bonkers 0-60 is sub 5sec