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Sawteeth Trimmer Line

 Product Description

 Product: Sawteeth Trimmer Line
 Grade: Special Grade
 Material: 100% German BASF NEW NYLON
 Diameter: 3.0mm/0.120″
 Length/ Weight: 15m/ 0.5LB/ 1LB/ 3LB/ 5LB/ 10LB/ 20LB or nominated length
 Colour: Black, or Any Colour on Demand
  • Card Head;
  • Blister Donuts;
  • Spool;
  • Blister Card;
  • Roll in PP bag;
  • Precut.
 Shape: Saw Teeth



  • Significant improvement in energy efficiency.
  • Sharper cutting edges for better performance.
  • For heavy duty cutting of weeds and grass.
  • Accept OEM orders


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  • Our 18″ adjustable crossarm installed on a our 2.71 grapestake attached with a standard metal u-bolt.

    (crossarm available in Hot Rolled and Galvanized)

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    http://www.ereplacementparts.com/recoil-pulley-assembly-p-282336.html Click here for more information on this part, installation instructions and more.

    This particular recoil starter pulley is specific to Ryobi manufactured brands, including Ryobi, Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Yard Man and MTD. To find a recoil starter pulley specific to your model, visit eReplacementParts.com.

    If your string trimmer is showing any of these symptoms; replacing the recoil starter pulley assembly could solve your problem:

    1) Starter rope not recoiling or rewinding
    2) Starter rope not pulling
    3) Starter rope hard to pull
    4) Starter or pawls not engaging

    eReplacementParts.com part number: 753-04232

    Tools used for this repair/replacement:

    1) Receptacle for draining fuel
    2) Phillip’s screwdriver
    3) Ratchet and socket set
    4) Torx wrenches
    5) Starter rope (or similar object) for binding engine
    6) Spark plug wrench or socket
    7) Adjustable wrench

    Get model-specific repair help from eReplacementParts.com. Learn how to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair your power tools and equipment with illustrated instructions, hundreds of step-by-step repair videos, and our DIY forum. If you have a power tool or appliance problem, we can help. https://www.ereplacementparts.com/articles-c-8873.html


    Hi, I’m Mark from eReplacementParts.com. In this video I’m going to show you how to replace the recoil pulley assembly on a Ryobi trimmer. The recoil pulley assembly consists of the recoil pulley itself, as well as the hardware you’ll need to mount it. The recoil pulley is the part that the starter rope wraps around. It also has the mounting location for the recoil spring, and these tabs that engage against the starter pawls.

    Any of these surfaces can wear, at which time, you’ll need to replace the recoil pulley. Replacing it is easy to do and I’m going to show you how. Recoil pulley assemblies, as well as many other parts, can be found on our website. Let’s get started.

    I’ll begin by removing the rear cover. Now we have access to the carburetor and the throttle cable. While it is possible to remove the throttle cable from the carburetor’s linkage without removing the carburetor, it’s very easy to accidentally break the cast end on the end of the throttle cable. So, I will go ahead and remove the two screws that secure the carburetor to the engine. Now I can pull the carburetor away and twist it up while removing the throttle cable.

    Now, I’ll remove the clutch housing and the shaft from the rest of the engine. It’s secured with four screws. Now I’ll remove the clutch drum and the clutch. Before I do that, though, I need to bind up the piston. If I don’t bind the piston, when I go to remove the screw that secures the clutch drum and the clutch itself, the crankshaft will simply rotate and I won’t be able to free them.

    I’ll remove the spark plug boot and then the spark plug. Now to bind the piston, I’ll insert a piece of starter rope into the cylinder. The starter rope will coil up and take up all that space inside the combustion chamber so the piston won’t have any travel and the crankshaft won’t be able to rotate. Now that the piston is bound, I can remove the clutch drum and the clutch.

    Now, I can remove the starter assembly. As I pull the starter away, there is a wire that leads to the ignition coil. I’ll need to remove that. Now I’ll begin disassembling the starter. First, I’ll remove the starter handle from the starter rope. I’ll go ahead and untie the knot in the rope. If you can’t untie the knot, it’s okay to go ahead and cut it off. This one is going to be kind of stubborn, so I will just cut it.

    Now, I’ll remove the handle from the rope, and I need to take the tension off the starter spring. To do that, I’ll just let the rope go inside the starter. With the tension removed from the starter spring, I can remove the starter pulley. I’ll remove these retaining clips that hold the pulley in place. Again, don’t attempt to do this if you have not removed the tension from the spring.

    Normally, there would be an additional retainer like this on the end of the shaft. However, it is missing on our model. This retainer is not reusable, so you can use a screwdriver to pry it away. With all the retainers removed, now I can pull the starter pulley away from the housing. I want to be careful that I don’t take the spring with it, otherwise you will have to recoil that spring. Now, I’ll remove the rope from the starter pulley…

    [ DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE TRANSCRIPT FOR THIS VIDEO HERE: https://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/19275/How_to_Replace_the_Recoil_Starter_Pulley_Assembly_on_a_Ryobi_Trimmer.html ]