Question about Homelite Garden
I have a Homelite curved shaft weed eater. The cab;e or something is bad. The head does not spin but the motor runs great. There is no tension on the head at all. It spins freely. I have a Weedeater brand weed eater that does not run. They are both curved shaft and are the same length. Can I just remove the shaft as an assembly from the Weedeater and put it on the Homelite? How do I remove the shaft from the motor? Could the clutch or transmission be bad on the Homelite? How do I get to the clutch / transmission? Are these interchangeable with the ones on the Weedeater brand? Is this more of a hassle than it would be worth? I can get a new Murray weed eater at Wal-Mart for about $75.
Just give it a try. Some different brands will interchange. I have done this with a Toro and it is still running.
Posted on May 19, 2014
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