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    Stihl KM 130 R, KombiSystem and Yard Boss Attachments

    With spring here it was time for a new yard maintenance system. Something to go out and use and take my mind off the other things that go on in normal life. Since storage and engine maintenance is always in the back of my head, I believe that the Stihl KombiSystem has the most to offer an easy to maintain and use package.

    I am planning on making a video using each of these tools so everyone can see what they are capable of doing. I also already had a FS90 and FS130 that I will be comparing to. I am really looking forward to it!



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    I love my Kombi stuff. Why do you have two straight head trimmers? Just so you don't have to stop and change out the head going from string to the blade?

    I have the same brush blade as you do but really don't find much use for it. They have different heads out now but when I bought might that was my only choice.

    Brian you need to use your stuff !!! Looks to close to new. Kind of like your chainsaw.
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    Nice variety of attachments . I also have a KM130 and so far only the string trimmer and scythe attachments. Both work really well.

    Looking forward to your reviews of the other attachments, especially the pole saw.
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    All I have is the tiller attachment, but I want to get the blower. Please do a review of that so I know if it is worth getting.
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    Last two trees I cut down I used the pole saw. Itll make you lazy not having to bend over lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jm7845 View Post
    Last two trees I cut down I used the pole saw. Itll make you lazy not having to bend over lol.


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    Ditto. I often cut up trees smaller than 6 " with the kombi.

    Sent from my tapatalk device. Fat fingered typing (misspellings) probable..
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    Rich, we have 2 trimmer heads for easy and quick changes. It just made sense with all the stuff we have in the lawn then the field. The KombiSystem I have is limited to what blades you should use with it since most want you to have the bicycle bars to run them. I have the more aggressive blades on my FS130.

    I used the blower quickly and I was very surprised at the power. BUT wait for the video review to make up your mind.

    I cannot wait for the weather to turn to start using some of this stuff...



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    Thanks Brian. Makes sense if you can swing it. I just don use the hard blade enough to have another head sitting around.

    As a FYI I have the mini tiller, blower, pole saw, extension and weed wacker for mine. Pole saw and blower get the most use.
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