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Edgers

Edgers are a must have tool when you need to quickly edge a lawn or flower bed.


Ariens Edgers

Atom Edgers

Black & Decker Edgers

Craftsman Edgers

Cub Cadet Edgers

Dolmar Edgers

Earthquake Edgers

Earthwise Edgers

Echo Edgers

Efco Edgers

Gravely Edgers

Greenworks Edgers

Hitachi Edgers

Homelite Edgers

Husqvarna Edgers

Kawasaki Edgers

Mantis Edgers

RedMax Edgers

Stihl Edgers

Tanaka Edgers

Troy-Bilt Edgers

Weed Eater Edgers

Worx Edgers

Yard-Man Edgers



What are the different types of Edgers?

2 Cycle Gasoline Edgers The most common edger type is a 2 cycle Gasoline Edger. They are also known as 2 stroke Gasoline Edgers. These engines use gasoline mixed with oil. The most common ratio is 50:1. This ratio is 50 parts gas to one part oil.

Electric plug in Edgers Electric Edgers were developed in the 1970s. They are powered by 120V A/C motors. In order to power the edger, they must be plugged in using extension cords while they are being operated. While electric edgers require less maintenance than gasoline edgers, they do not have the power that gasoline edgers possess. 

Cordless rechargeable Edgers Cordless rechargeable edgers were developed in the early 2000s. They are typically powered by Li-Ion cordless batteries. Cordless edgers have the benefit of being able to be used without the restrictions of an extension cord. They also require less maintenance than gasoline edgers, but also have less power than electric and gasoline edgers.

What are the different names for Edgers?

Edgers are called: 2 Cycle Edgers, 4 Cycle Edgers, Edgers, Cordless Edgers, Electric Edgers, and Lawn Edgers.



 

 

Edger Parts Manual 2013