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Identify Your Weed Eater Model
Weed Eater uses sticker labels to tag their products. They usually place them in prominent places, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding the model number for your Weed Eater equipment.

Check the engine housing for handheld equipment. You can find push mower tags on the mower deck, and look at the motor housing to find the model number on their electric tools.
Have a Problem with Your Weed Eater Equipment? We Can Help!
Few things can be more frustrating than having your lawn equipment break down. Because it means you may not get that much-needed yard work done for weeks. But don’t fret. If you need to get your lawn equipment running again, we have the Weed Eater spare parts you need. If you need a new blade for your tiller, a cutting head for your string trimmer, or just a bolt, we have the parts and diagrams to help you get back to taking care of your yard. Take a look at our repair content below to get expert advice on the best and fastest way to get through your repair and back to work.
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Just received the part for our old Weedeater Featherlite trimmer. Works perfectly! So happy to have found eReplacementParts. Price was great, part came very fast! Sure we will be buying from again!
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Copy Cat Innovation
Weed Eater’s founder, George C. Ballas, Sr. got the idea for the tool by watching spinning nylon car-wash brushes one day at the car wash. He noticed the brushes cleaned cars, but didn’t damage them in the process, then wondered if he could find a similar way to clean grass around his trees without ruining the bark. When he got home he strung some fishing line through a tin can, attached the mechanism to his lawn edger--and the string trimmer was born!
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