Designed for modest trimming along the borders of residential lawns, the Weed Eater FeatherLite FL20 is a gasoline-powered string trimmer by Weed Eater. It is barely 8.6 pounds in weight. This trimmer is driven by a two-cycle gas engine with a displacement of 20 cc and a cutting path of 15 inches. It just has a single string exit from the cutting head of the machine.
This trimmer is driven by a two-cycle gas engine with a displacement of 20 cc and a cutting path of 15 inches. It just has a single string exit from the cutting head of the machine. Similarly to other two-cycle equipment, the engine of this machine is lubricated by oil that is blended with the gasoline.
What type of lubricant does the Weed Eater Featherlite SST use?
In order to keep its 2-cycle engine lubricated, the Weed Eater Featherlite SST line trimmer runs on a blend of gas and oil. Small 2-cycle engines, unlike bigger engines seen in automobiles, do not have an oil pump.
What happened to the Weed Eater brand?
In the end, his firm was purchased by Emerson Electric and amalgamated with Poulan Industries. Husqvarna AB, formerly known as Poulan/Weed Eater, was formed in 2006 after Electrolux bought the outdoor section of the company. Weed Eater is a term used to describe someone who eats weeds.
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What spark plug does a FeatherLite Weed Eater take?
Weed Eater Trimmer Featherlite XT200 and XT300 Spark Plugs that are compatible with the Champion RCJ8Y and Nippon Genuine BPMR4A and Nippon Genuine BPMR6A Spark Plugs.
How do you oil a Weed Eater?
All two-cycle gas trimmers under the Weed Eater name operate on a 40:1 gas to oil ratio. In terms of weight, this is equivalent to 3.2 ounces of oil to 1 gallon of standard gas. The gas should have an octane rating of 87 and contain no more than 10% alcohol. For two-cycle engines, the oil must be specially prepared.