Here at Radmore & Tucker, we really do believe that having the right tool for the job is essential, particularly when it comes to Stihl cutting attachments for brushcutters.
But we also know that working out the right one to buy can be a minefield! We offer a wealth of advice and expertise so if you’re not sure, it’s always worth contacting us to pick our brains. Each attachment in the STIHL range is designed to give you the best possible cutting performance for that particular task. However, you can also use the same tool for easier jobs: a brush knife, for example, can easily be used to cut weeds as well. So it really pays to work out how you’ll use the tool and what jobs you’ll use it for before you buy.
In the meantime though, here’s a handy guide to the STIHL range of cutting attachments for brushcutters and what they can be used for. Don’t forget to use the right guard with whatever cutting attachment you choose to use.
Stihl mowing heads use either nylon mowing line or plastic blades and are ideal for trimming grass. Our top tip for mowing line is that it’s always a good idea to soak it in a bucket of water for 24 hours before using it for the first time, as this will make it less brittle and prone to breakage.
Grass cutting blades are, unsurprisingly, more robust than nylon line and are ideal for mowing tough grass or weeds.
Brush knives are the next step up and can cope with cutting bushes and scrub, as well as tough grass.
Circular saw blades are the perfect tool for cutting and clearing more woody materials, such as hedges and saplings.
The shredder blade is a double edged blade used for shredding really tough undergrowth.
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