When it's working, it cuts great. The problem is keeping it working. The first thing you should do when you take it out of the box is tighten every bolt, nut and screw on it. That way it won't shake it's self apart a little at a time like mine did. Once you get it started, and this takes some doing, it dies everytime you let off the throttle trigger, then you'll spend the next two minutes getting it running again, so don't completely let off the trigger. I'm a mechanic with 40 yrs experience on everything from lawn mowers to diesel trucks and if you buy one of these, you better be a mechanic, too, or you'll never keep it working.
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