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Craftsman WeedWacker™ Gas Trimmer 25cc* 2-Cycle Curved Shaft
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Craftsman WeedWacker™ Gas Trimmer 25cc* 2-Cycle Curved Shaft

Item# 07171137000P | Model# 71137 | Added on November 4, 2011
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Get Going with the Easy-to-Start Craftsman 25cc Gas Trimmer.
The Craftsman Weedwacker Gas Trimmer 2 Cycle Curved starts up with ease and gets moving quick, helping you to get all those summer chores done without wasting the season. Craftsman's Incredi-Pull™ system was designed to bring you the kind of quick start and fast firing that will keep you moving weekend after weekend. The built-in bump trimmer head lets you to meter out fresh line with ease, while the adjustable handle and guard allow you to get the custom fit you'll want for hours of fatigue-free work. When it comes to warm weather, there's no sense spending all day maintaining and adjusting your tools, get the flexible on-the-go design that you need to make short work of the biggest chores.
Lightweight and easy to carry, the Craftsman 25cc Gas Trimmer takes down weeds and overgrowth on a variety of terrains, while its curved shaft adds balance to the tool that makes it easy maneuver and a pleasure to use. And with dual lines, you'll get more cut with each pass, getting even the biggest lots looking neat in less time

  • Built to last with a 10 year shaft and 2 year full warranty, the Craftsman Weedwacker Gas Trimmer 2 Cycle Curved brings the reliability and ease of use you can depend on home and get more out your spring, summer and fall
  • 25cc* 2-cycle engine is durable and lightweight (requires mixing gas and oil 40:1)
  • Incredi-Pull™ starting system reduces the starting effort with a slow, smooth
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13 found this review helpful
by Lilgatormeg15
August 27th, 2012
100% satisfied

I am so happy with this product

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15 found this review helpful
by OD111
August 21st, 2012
Shame on Craftsman....this one tarnishes it's reputation.

I literally bought this trimmer an hour ago, Now i'm just waiting for the engine to cool off so I can return it. 

  It's a process to get it started following the directions. - prime bulb 10x then place choke to setting 1 and pull 4x.. then move to choke setting 2 and pull 3x... then choke 3 and allow engine to run for 30 sec.. etc.etc.etc.  (I'm not kidding!! It actually lists ALL of these steps to get it started.)  Once started (huff,huff) the engine wouldn't rev to full power without manipulating the choke and once it was actually placed IN the grass to trim... it bogged down excessively!

The trimmer shaft is way too short (I'm 5'11") and you have to uncomfortably bend over for it to touch the ground.  - If you're 4'9" it would be a perfect fit though.

I bought this unit to replace my old Craftsman trimmer I had for over 8 years.  The head gasket was blown and it leaked oil/gas and became very difficult to start.  This NEWLY purchased unit is a JOKE compared to all my prior Craftsman products, as I said, Shame on Craftsman for putting their name on this one.  I would definetly NOT recommend this to a friend.

In hind sight..... I only paid $74 for it at Sears and was hoping that the Brand Name alone wouldn't let me down.  

Ultimately   -  "You Get What You Pay For"

 

 

 

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AmandaBowes

Great WeedWacker

I bought this for my husband for Father's Day and he loves it. It is light weight and easy to use. He did say that he had some trouble getting it started but once he did it has worked great.

10 days ago via sears.com
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grimboy

week very week

It is what it is you get what you pay for I bought this on sale for about $55 dollars as soon as you hit grass it bogs down and if you hit high grass or weeds for get it ...it barely gos good for trimming the fire hydrant and electrical boxes that's about it the only reason I bought this is because it was only $55 and I wanted something new seems to run a little bit hot we'll see how long it last would I recommend this no not at full price anything higher than 2 inches it has problems with very very week the automatic feed does seem to work well though so thats a plus its worth abut $50 and that's it no more

13 days ago via mobile
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JChristopher

Weedwacker Gas Trimmer

I am very pleased with my new Weedwacker Gas Trimmer. I have gone through several other gas trimmers from other retailers and I find the Craftsman trimmer to be the most satisfactory of them all.

13 days ago via sears.com
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clevercandle

Wonderful Value!

I couldn't be happier with this weed wacker. It started 1st try and was nice and strong. Well built in my opinion, the line stayed intact and we only had to get more out 2x while trimming around 52 trees in my front yard.

15 days ago via sears.com
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ThadWest

Craftsman WeedWacker�? Gas Trimmer 25cc* 2-Cycle Curved Shaft

Works fine and I particularly like the .95 string and the screw on and off piece that used when changing the string

20 days ago via sears.com
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SearsDemigod

Excellent value and works well!

I used my SYWR to get this item for a lot less and I could not be happier. It is a very good trimmer and cuts what it needs to perfectly. You will not be disappointed in buying this. Solid trimmer for the price.

20 days ago via sears.com
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tink21478

Great price

Caught this on sale with free can of oil/ gas. Great price compared to other weed eaters only thing that would make it even better would be easier start. To much pull on this level and that level to go through to get started 1st time. Other than that great addition for less than 70 bucks on sale.

22 days ago via mobile
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Roadking2012

Great weed wacker for the money!

22 days ago via sears.com
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Superduty250

Easiest weed wacker I have owned

Starts up easily and is properly balanced.

24 days ago via sears.com
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MICHEAL SMITH

Amazing 25cc gas powered trimmer!!

Amazing for the money!! High quality as usual with Craftsman! Lightweight, great on fuel, easy to start and use!! I would recommend this to anyone looking for a fair priced gas powered trimmer. My father recommended this Craftsman 25cc trimmer because he loved it as well. Great Buy!!

June 29th
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grimboy

no power

bogs down even on lite grass it is what it is for $66.00 what can u say

June 26th via sears.com
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Stingray_Elmira

Great So Far

My previous Craftsman String Trimmer lasted 10 years before it died. I thought this was reasonable, so I bought another one. This one seems similar to the last and is working fine so far. Some find the startup procedure tedious, but if you follow the directions exactly, it starts easily and every time.

June 23rd via sears.com
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James Russell
June 22nd
dbartley

Good purchase

I am very pleased with my new craftsman 25cc weed eater. It starts easily and cuts very well. I would recommend this product because of its quality and reasonable cost.I have had more expensive models that didnt do as good a job as this one.If you are looking for a dandy weed-eater then look no further....this is the one.

June 20th via sears.com
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Sirolet

Easy to Assemble and Easy to Use

It took me under 10 minutes to put this weed wacker together and I was out in the yard putting it to good use in no time. I would recommend this item to anyone who is interested in purchasing a weed wacker and doesn't want anything too clumsy or complicated.

June 15th via sears.com
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BigNuts

Works great

There's reviews about the weed wacker not starting... To those, I ask, have you ever used a 2 stroke engine before? Starts great. Has enough power for what I use it for. Like others have said, if you're over 6'2" the shaft if probably a little short. Perfect for me and I'm 6'.

June 10th via sears.com
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lkshcs

Good buy

For the sale price this is a good trimmer. It's a bit short for us taller folks but it gets the job done.

June 3rd via sears.com
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kbtway

Good Purchase

June 3rd via sears.com
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jeff195955

junk

My weedwacker is 1 year old and hardly used. It will start but will not idle or rev to full speed. If I play with the choke I can get it to run smooth for a little while which leads me to believe that the air fuel mixture has to be wrong and you need special tools to adjust this piece of ****. The same compliant as other people is that I bought this trusting the Craftsman product name and it failed to produce. I own a lot of craftsman tools and have almost always bought nothing but Craftsman when it comes to tools. Maybe not any more when it comes to power tools.

June 1st via sears.com
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bearsmoose

Good weedeater.

Seems like a good weedeater, only used once. 4 stars because it doesn't start as easy as it should.

May 24th via sears.com
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ADA FARRINGER
How long is the warranty on this product good for?
by ADA FARRINGER 
June 21st
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Posted by Charles K. from Sears Northgate:

Just to be clear, the 2 year warranty is for manufacturer defects only. A full coverage protection agreement can be purchased (if already own the product) by calling 1 800 4MY-HOME. Hope this helps.

Need Further Assistance? Check out my page ma.syw.net?a=CharlesHelp002
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Melissa Hughes
Who do I need to call for a repair on my craftsman weedwacker?
by Melissa Hughes 
October 16th, 2013
Fuggs and Foach
I would go to the store and talk to them they may have a service number of royu or call the store

I am not sure if you found your answer but if you still need help I am a personal shopper with Kmart Sears and Land End.

Let me know or leave me a message

ps.syw.net/invite/kathryntrainor
by Fuggs and Foach
October 28th, 2013
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