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Craftsman 41FDZ46C799 30cc 4-Cycle Gas WeedWacker with Straight Shaft

Item# 07174097000P | Model# 41FDZ46C799 | Added on January 24, 2017 |
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$244.99
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Description Specifications
No More Weeds Throw those weeds in your front yard a going away party with the Craftsman 30cc gas weedwacker with straight shaft. Perfect for trimming tall grass around your garden, along your fence line and other hard-to-reach spots, this gas-powered trimmer features an easy 2-step starting system and 2-in-1 Hassle-Free Max™ cutting head. Enjoy the comfort of an adjustable handle and an easy start system to take the chore out of trimming the lawn.

  • Powered by a 30cc, 4-cycle engine with high torque for cordfree power and convenience
  • Features a cutting swath of 18” wide to get more done in less time
  • 2-Step (prime and pull) Starting System uses Incredi-Pull™ spring-assist recoil for easy starting
  • Speed Start™ technology lets you start it with the push of a button (sold separately)
  • The 2-in-1 Hassle-Free Max™ cutting head eliminates the need for replacement spools
  • An adjustable handle makes sure you’ll stay comfortable while using
  • A 57” straight shaft design gives you an extended reach
  • Compatible with the multi-yard tool attachment system to give you more to do with this trimmer, like edging, pruning, hedging or blowing (Sold separately)
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By JDishman
April 24th, 2017
been happy with it for several years

We have been using ours for 4 years and finally starting to get in bad shape. We have used it on basic yards and big brush around the fields and woods. The attachments are very convenient. It does feel heavy and would not recommend for a weaker person. It is a little hard to start sometimes, but not too bad. We are pleased and about to buy another one purely for large brush around a farm.

20 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Gfelsman
May 26th, 2017
Not very good quality

I bought the unit in March of 2017. 2 months later the engine ceased up after about 15 - 20 tanks of gas. I did check the oil each time before I used adding more each time. I also changed the oil three different times hoping to keep the unit in good working order. Lastly the pull start did work the last time. Many times when pulling the cord it would not catch the engine start mechanism. I returned the unit for repair. But because the location I bought the unit from is closing, I could not get a replacement. So I opted for a two stroke model. We will see how that goes.

15 found this review helpful
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EdBryant

Waste of money

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First few months using this trimmer it was awesome but like all craftsman products it don’t last long. Became hard to start and when I say customer service with sears is a joke I see why they are going out of business because they ****. Paid almost 300 bucks for this and it’s a fixture in my garage. Don’t waste your money it’s plenty of quality trimmers out here get one of those and don’t fall for the craftsman. Always read the reviews and when the bad out weight the good you have you answer. JUNK JUNK JUNK

February 24th via mobile
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kylec1955
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Piece of junk

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Have had trouble since day 2. Trouble starting. Loading string is a joke, by no means quick and easy. Pull cord doesn't work anymore. Trying to get warranty work is an act of God. Can't understand the guy from Pakistan. No Sears near me anymore....

August 25th via sears.com
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AbrahamGarza
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Used once. Pull rope wont engage. Doesn't work.

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Purchased the weed eater and put it in the garage over winter, never opening the box. I used it last weekend over my vacation. It worked on my front yard, but had issues starting. The pull rope wouldn't always engage. Now it doesn't engage at all.

July 22nd via mobile
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rippedonce

junk

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the recoil stopped working after less than a dozen times used.
I am done with Sears and Craftsman junk. Used to be pretty good equiptment.

July 8th via sears.com
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Bee-46
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Pawl Assembly disintegrated on 2yo unit

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Minimal review search will show there is significant design flaw with the Pawl Assembly (fan piece behind the pull starter cord connected to the shaft).
In our case, it also broke a cooling fin on the cylinder head and can only hope that after installing the new $30 part that there wasn't other damage.
Would avoid.

July 4th via sears.com
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