JUST RELEASED ECHO SRM-3020T BRUSH TRIMMER REVIEW- TOOL REVIEW TUESDAY!

Thanks for checking out today’s episode of Tool Review Tuesday! This is my first time running the brand new heavy duty ECHO SRM-3020T Brush Trimmer. This trimmer was launched by ECHO in August of 2018. This is the most powerful unit available in it’s class and features a 20″ line cutting swath and also the best option for a 10″, 80 tooth blade.

To learn more, click on this link: https://www.echo-usa.com/Products/X-Series/Trimmers/SRM-3020

Question of the day: Would you use the 10″ 80 tooth blade, 20″ swath .105 line, or the 3 blade cutter when using this trimmer?

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Comments

avengingknight says:

in response to your question it would all depend on what I was cutting if it’s just high grass/weeds id use the string most of the time either .095 or .105 if there’s a fair bit of brush involved then most likely a 3 tooth blade if there’s saplings then id use a saw blade with the high grass/weeds a good 3 tooth blade would also work good and also with a good 3 tooth blade it’ll rake the grass aside with each pass thus makin a good windrow which is what ya want I just seen this model on echos site a few minutes ago it’s interesting to see how that thing did

Bob D says:

Enjoyed the review, I have that blade in a PAS .I like the cutting blades myself, when I use the 105 line , the taller grass seems to get rapped around the trimmer head. I have not tried the 10 inch blade.

Mario Saenz Landscaping Services says:

Run your mower over that $@%#

markthomasbuilder says:

Question of the day: Would you use the 10″ 80 tooth blade, 20″ swath .105 line, or the 3 blade cutter when using this trimmer?

Michael Greene says:

Go on eBay get a carbide tooth 9 or 10 inch blade

Real Talk says:

105 with the guard off. Pulverizer

GreenScapes LawnCare says:

Can you make a video of this with the 105 string and compare it to the Stihl FS131R?

MedjOOL Maker says:

Nice review
You buy these tools yourself or echo send them to you for a reviews?

Gameywoodchuck ! says:

That does a nice job. Beats getting out the chainsaw for small stuff like that.

Kyle Knight says:

most brush cutters cut debris and leave it where it was cut off from, if you swing it hard, cut debris goes flying all over the place

N-W NW says:

This types of brush cutters (with high torque head) should be used with the string, sorry for my bad english

Mario Saenz Landscaping Services says:

You are a tall man if you move the handle 4 inches away from you it will balance better when you use it.

Rob Lambert says:

I have needed one of those for my property for years now. Not sure why but I just never made that jump to get one. But from your video it seems like a good old bush hog would have been faster and easier. But I’m sure you thought of that so I am just guessing.

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