Lightweight multi purpose trimmer, perfect for homeowners. Easy starting with Smart Start® recoil system and fuel pump. Strong, braided wire cable drive. Comes with easy loading T25 semi automatic trimmer head.
- Detachable shaft
- Multi purpose
- Smart Start
- Auto return stop switch
Engine specification Cylinder displacement 28 cc Power output 0 hp Maximum power speed 8000 rpm Maximum recommended engine speed 10000 rpm Carburetor Zama Fuel tank volume 0 fl oz Fuel consumption 507 g/kWh Vibration & noise data Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 114 dB(A) Transmission data Gear ratio 1:1.4 Drive gear angle 30 ° Equipment OEM Trimmer head T25 (L) OEM Grass blade -- OEM Saw blade -- OEM Harness -- Overall dimensions Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 11.11 lbs
SKU 049180059 Model 952711946 Weight 15.0000 Color No Size No In Store Only No Price $219.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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- Would not recommend this model. Review by Brandon Houchlei
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I have owned four of the Husqvarna 128LD WeedEater Trimmers over the coarse of the last three years. First one, the motor locked up under a year of run time, and yes I used the proper fuel mix. The other two after about a year they wouldn't run unless on choke. They would backfire when you would take choke off. Tried replacing the carb, the same problem. Tried replacing the coil as well,same issue. Talked to a friend of mine who works on them and come to find out he had several of them in his shop all with the same problem.
(Posted on 1/19/14)
- lacks power Review by iceman
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Bought this trimmer to replace my 10 year old Toro 25 cc trimmer that I hosed down with water after I hit a nest of ground hornets.I must have warped something on toro because it was slow to rev afterwards. The Husqvarna is a well built trimmer but does not have the power the toro had. A plus is that all my attachments work with this model.. You really notice the lack of power when using chainsaw attachment. It starts on the 5th pull after priming and choking which I guess is normal for this unit. Seems to be well balanced. May need a year or two to brake in?
(Posted on 10/5/12)
- Ditto Review by Spitman
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Wow, same as other review...I also purchased troybuilt 4 stroke from Lowes, took it back a week later. Excessive vibration and time for line replacement. Power seemed adequate on my unit...but just didn't seem to "cut-it". Pardon the pun Troybuilt...I also purchased the 128LD after returning the Troybuilt, love the balance and weight disposition along with the quiet running. Very powerful, but ran into one problem...After couple hours use and about an hour of downtime tried to restart, due to heatup or who knows what wouldn't start, so tried to choke a cpl times and Choke bulb would not return to full after depressing. Tried again next day and seems to be fine. We'll see later this PM. Jury still out on this, love this unit in all other respects, hope this clears up.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
- Seems to have promise! Review by JJ
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I just purchased today from lowes. I returned the troybuilt 4 stroke I bought a week ago. WAY TO LITTLE POWER! (Try again, troybuilt). I brought it home, took about 15 minutes to assemble (the one and only tool needed is included). The unit comes with one bottle of husqvarna smokeless 2 cycle oil good for one gallon of fuel. After fueling the unit, I pressed the primer bulb 10 times (as instructed), set the choke on full, gave it 2 pulls, set the choke to setting two and it started after one pull. After 10 seconds, I put the choke to run and the unit zipped to life. I ran the unit for about an hour and it is so much more powerful and cuts better than the troybuilt... and it also works with my troybuilt blower attachment. 2 stroke may be "inconvenient" for people due to mixing of fuel/oil... here's a tip... buy a one gallon fuel can, put one bottle of 2 stroke oil in the empty fuel can, and use the gallon indicator on the gas pump to fill the container to 1 gallon. Sounds like common sense right? Whats so inconvenient about that? I recommend this product.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
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