Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Overall Dimensions:||9.25 W x 7.625 D x 32.5 H in.|
|General Warranty:||1 year|
|Number in Set:||1|
|Product Accessory Type:||Trimmer convertible attachments|
Ratings & Reviews
Brushcutter Attachment Makes Yard Work Simple, Efficient, and Stress Free
You don't know how easy lawn maintenance can be until you pick up the Craftsman brushcutter attachment. It allows you to add some serious muscle to your current trimmer. The attachment cuts through thick growth that regular line trimmers struggle to handle. With the compatibility to attach to many attachment-capable gas trimmers, you'll actually getting two tools for the price of one. Tackle dense weeds and brush with the four cutting edges of the eight-inch steel blade. You'll also appreciate the heightened handling and control that you get while cutting, thanks to the J-handle.
The brushcutter attachment is a solid addition to any set of landscaping tools. Whether you have a small yard that requires minimal weekly maintenance or a large yard with endless brush management, you'll be glad to have this trimmer convertible attachment. You won't even have to worry about storing and maintaining the attachment properly because it comes with its own storage hook.
- Take control of your yard this year with the Craftsman brushcutter attachment
- Trimmer convertible attachment to add muscle to your existing trimmer
- 8-inch steel blade with four cutting blades tackles dense weeds and brush
- J-handle offers better handling and control while cutting
- Poly guard protects the user from flying debris
- Storage hook with included mounting hardware makes storage and maintenance simple and stress free
- Compatible with most attachment-capable gas trimmers, giving you two tools for the price of one
- Weighs 6.1 pounds for easy maneuvering
- Includes a general two-year warranty
Added on July 26, 2010
Overall, others give this:
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
Most Helpful Reviews
works great on even stems around 1 inch thick. Great for trimming or removing overly grown rose bushes and other weeds. Takes an extra couple of seconds to cut through thicker bushes. You have to be very careful when you work in gravel or areas with small stones or rocks.. The power depends on your craftsman weed wacker. Mine is I believe 25 cc and it still does a decent job.
Bought this item to cut heavy shrubbery growth in the back yard. Very easy to connect to my Craftsman universal motor and this tool easily cut the shrubs at ground level in less than 20 min. The blade is durable and looks like it will last for a long time. It cuts roots about 1/2"-3/4" round without any problem. Happy with purchase and highly recommend this item.
This optional attachment attached easily to our Craftsman string trimmer. In preparation for Winter, using the attachment to cut back the various types of perineal foliage and decorative greenery surrounding our home was a breeze to do!
Ocean Shores, WA
Attachment was purchased to replace one I wore out. Cannot be more pleased with the ease of installation or the performance of the attachment. Cuts thru brush and small trees up to 3 inches with ease. I only wish I could sharpen the blades instead of replacing them.
Lithia Springs, GA
I read all the reviews prior to purchase and noted some references to problems with a dull blade. Someone else mentioned sharpening or alternative blades. All the blade surface including the "cutting edges" had a coat of heavy paint - maybe even powder coat. I knocked that off and went to work. It cut pretty well, but 1"+ sunflower stalks took a little extra effort. After a couple hours' use and admittedly hitting dirt as well, it seemed like it was not zipping the smaller weed stalks off very well, and sort of shredding some of them. The instructions say NOT to sharpen the blade and mention the possibility of blades breaking off after sharpening. I considered that a challenge and studied the design of the blade for a long time. Conclusion: I don't know why the first inch or so of the cutting edge is beveled at all. It has a slight bevel, not a sharpened edge. This tool is a rotating blade. The only real cutting takes place at corner tip of the 'tooth'. I squared that back up on my belt sander, making almost a 90 degree corner. It works better than ever! I don't consider this 'sharpening' and believe the warning is out of concern for creating an imbalanced blade. One star gone for the warning scare and lack of blade instruction. Love it now!