Where's My Model Number?
Once you know your model number, finding parts specific to your trimmer model will be a cinch. If you still have your original owner's manual, you can quickly find it on the cover or in the first few pages. If you don't have the owner's manual--and very few of us keep those around--then you'll have to search around a bit on your trimmer.
Search around the engine housing on your trimmer. You should see a sticker or metal plate with the information clearly labeled. You may also find the model number on the handle, depending on your trimmer's manufacturer. Once you find this information, just enter it into the search box above and that will bring up a list of parts specific to your trimmer.
If you're having trouble spotting the number, just give us a call and we'll happily help you find the information and parts you need.
We Can Help You Fix Your Trimmer
Most trimmer repairs are pretty straightforward. But if you need to work on your engine or replace the drive shaft you may need a little help. That's why we do more than just help you find the parts you need for your trimmer. We have plenty of repair resources that will help your repair go off without a hitch.
Visit our Repair Center for step-by-step guides on a variety of trimmer repairs. The pictures and videos guide you through every step of the repair so you won't ever get lost. If you don't find a solution to your problem there, you can head to our Repair Forum where you can find a community of experts ready to help with any problems that arise in your repair. While you're there you can offer a bit of advice to fellow DIYers yourself.
Trimmer Parts Ship in a Day!
So you were halfway through clearing those weeds in the corner of your yard and your trimmer caught a snag and now it won't work again. Avoid the hassle, long waits, and extra expense that comes with a repair shop and fix your trimmer yourself with some help from eReplacementParts.com!
And because all out in-stock parts ship within 24 hours, you won't have to wait weeks to get your trimmer running again. We stock thousands of lawn equipment parts, including plenty for trimmers, so chances are we have the part you need and can get it to you fast!
Need a special order or drop shipment? We can help with that, too. Just give us a call and we'll do everything in our power to help you get the parts you need for your trimmer repair.
An Inspired Design
In the 1970s, George Ballas was looking for a better way to trim around the trees in his yard without damaging the bark. One day, while watching the revolving action of cleaning brushes at an automatic carwash--which he noticed cleaned the cars without damaging the paint--he conceived the idea for the modern weed trimmer. He founded the company, Weed Eater, and the rest is trimming history.