Echo Owners Group

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I will follow Rics lead and tell you that there are many groups available for people to join. There is an Echo Owners Group. You can join this group if you have any kind of Echo equipment....from trimmers to blowers to edgers and more! You can have discussions and post pictures! The more members the better, so join below:
Echo Owners Group: http://www.lawnmowerforum.com/groups/echo-owners.html
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How many Echo's do you have? I have 4 chain saws 2 leaf blowers and 2 weed wackers and??:cool:
 

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I only have an Echo PB 250LN Blower (which is just right for me), but would like to add an Echo string trimmer.
 

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Here's the only echo I own. SRM-2100, bought it new in march 1998. Got it at the Home Depot where I worked at the time, being young I didn't think to buy it from a shop. Saw them everyday I was there and when I bought my first house I bought a good trimmer. It still runs great but I had the silly idea to go out and buy a new one, shindaiwa actually. But realized I don't want new, I just want this one all cleaned up and continuing to run like new. So I'm replacing the carb, muffler and line head as well as the usual air and fuel filters and fuel lines and cleaning up the entire engine shroud and area. Besides, I like the style of this one. Also not a fan of the trigger-lock that came out not too long after I bought this one.
 

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Just got an Echo SRM 225i string trimmer last summer.
So far I like it.
 

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Just added a second trimmer. SRM-2400, 23.6cc. Runs great. Was missing the guard so I ordered a new one and put that on, new plug and primer bulb too. Noticeably stronger than my 21.2cc SRM-2100. Was thinking of buying a new one but nope, I like the old stuff.
 
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Just added a second trimmer. SRM-2400, 23.6cc. Runs great. Was missing the guard so I ordered a new one and put that on, new plug and primer bulb too. Noticeably stronger than my 21.2cc SRM-2100. Was thinking of buying a new one but nope, I like the old stuff.
Nice! I like how you store them on the wall!
 

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Thanks...working on a plan to elevate a few of the snappers too. Will post that up when done.
 

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I've been storing mine that way pretty much the entire time I've had a trimmer up until now. I like them hanging vertical but just wanted to try something different, with the addition of shelves too.
 

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...i made it to a big orange box store for the materials...I have my weekend project!
 
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I've been storing mine that way pretty much the entire time I've had a trimmer up until now. I like them hanging vertical but just wanted to try something different, with the addition of shelves too.
Yeah it looks neat how you have it. Here's a photo of how I have mine during the off season.

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Ok here we are. Very basic but serves the purpose. My garage is about 10'x40' so the back is all mower stuff and the front is now clear to park in.
 
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That looks really good! Having some on top of the others really saves space! Thanks for the pictures!
 

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Thank u for the compliments. Yes it sure does free up space.

...oops one more. Got the thatcherizer hung up and made room for the edger too. Hope everyone's weather let's them mow soon!

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We have been buying Echo for a while now. I have an Echo Hand Held blower. a PAS 225, PAS 266, Pas 280, a regular 266 trimmer, a Timber Wolf Chainsaw, and a Back Pack blower. If memory serves me without looking at it I think it is a 756. We have had minimal amounts of problems with most of it. I highly recommend Echo Equipment and when I buy more it will be Echo.
 

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Starting August 1, 2018 I started purchasing the battery powered 58 volt Echo Equipment. I am literally shocked at the quality of this equipment. I have the 4 AH battery in my weedeater and it is incredible how long it will run and how much work it will do. I honestly believe that it is as strong as a 266. Mine is the PAS unit and will accept the PAS attachments. I used the edger last week and was blown away with that as well. I know it will pull the polesaw and hedge trimmers with no problem. I honestly do not see why any homeowner would want gas powered equipment any more. I run this equipment commercially and it is doing an incredible job for me. I have the 58 volt hand held blower, 58 Volt hedge trimmers, and 58 volt chain saw.
 
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