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Craftsman 30cc 4-Cycle Gas-Powered Trimmer

Item# 07173197000P | Model# 73197 | Added on January 12, 2013 |
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Enjoy the Power of the Craftsman 30cc Gas WeedWacker Mowing your lawn will trim the grass, but you need a 30cc Gas-Powered Straight Shaft WeedWacker if you want to get your yard in picture-perfect shape. This Craftsman WeedWacker is a hassle-free power tool that doesn't require the extra step of mixing gas and oil. The Incredi-Pull starting system is incredible as it helps to ensure easy starting every time. Speed Start capable, you can choose to start this power tool with a push button if you purchase the Speed Start feature sold separately. The extended reach and adjustable contour shaft lets you choose the right height for your personal comfort.

  • The Craftsman 30cc Gas-Powered Straight Shaft WeedWacker comes with a 4-cycle engine and is Speed Start capable
  • It is part of the Craftsman Multi-Yard Tool Attachment System, so you can purchase separate attachments like blowers, pole-saws or cultivators for easy conversion
  • The Aluminum Hassle Free™ Cutting Head is easy to load and more durable, long-lasting with .110" and .130" diameter XQ spiral line
  • The ergonomic design of the adjustable contour handle offers you power and control
  • This product is compliant with California's CARB certification standards
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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Praise
By MrTryingHard
May 23rd, 2016
Good so far, but will keep watching

I read most of the reviews and focused more on the bad ones to see what could go wrong... Regardless, I still bought it. It is definitely more powerful than my last one (Craftsman 2-stroke, forgot how many cc) but lasted me for about 10 years. I wanted the Craftsman because of the old edger attachment I have, and the new chainsaw attachment. Easy to assemble, fired up quickly after following the steps on how to start it up. The first time I used it was with the chainsaw attachment, and I loved it!!! Just yesterday was the first time I used it to trim my grass - very powerful (again comparing to my last one). I got nervous a bit when I tried to start it, and it wouldn't start. I repeat from Step 1 again, and it started easily. I did a lot of weed whacking, and after that, I removed my garden rubbery gloves, and that's when I noticed that I got blister on my forefinger, probably because pressing the trigger for the entire time. Other than that, I am pretty happy with this purchase, but there is this doubt hanging on top of my head - how long would this last before it shows problems like what other buyers have experienced?

10 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Bob40031
April 27th, 2016
Typical Craftsman

I was at my dad's doing some work and needed a trimmer. The only store that was close was a Sears, so I bought the 4 cycle expecting better quality. I used it about 6 times in just under 2 years and the engine is shot already. Craftsman makes great hand tools, but the power equipment is worthless. This is the third and last time that I bought a power tool with the Craftsman name on it.

17 found this review helpful
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DodgeChargerMan

Pure Junk

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First use the pull start broke. Switched to the drill attachment. Always hard to start. Now after two years, the drill attachment just spins and no starting.

June 3rd via sears.com
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rewopd
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POS - Has broken twice - if could give Zero stars I would

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Got this unit new and it has been leaking oil ever since. The pull start stopped working so I brought it to Sears Service to have the oil leak checked and pull start. Got an email that I should watch the oil level. I do since it leaks. They only repaired the pull started, I guess oil leaks are standard. The pull start broke again. I went back to the same store and Sears no longer accepts repairs and the repair center is an hour away. No wonder people are running away from Sears as a brand.

November 7th via sears.com
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roksolid59

Don’t Understand Bad Reviews

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This weed eater works great for me. It might not have as much power as the two cycle but it is close. I have most of the attachments and it has plenty of power for all of the attachments to function at full capacity.

September 28th via sears.com
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Zali1025
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not a good product

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every time i tried to start pull rope comes off i only used it twice now i can start it any more wast of money and time

September 18th via sears.com
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cowboy3119

JUNK ! ! !

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This piece of junk is worthless. It ran okay for a month, only used once a week, then started to sputter and die continuously. Now 2 months later it won't start. What a waste of money. DO NOT BUY ! ! !

July 29th via sears.com
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