The first step is to cut the line to the proper length. Most weed eaters are equipped with a line spool that holds two strands about 16 feet long. The spool will usually feature an arrow on the bottom indicating the direction of winding, and the shaft will have two notches for holding the line. In order to string the FS38, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for stringing the trimmer.
Next, cut the line so it’s twice as long as the spool, and then wind it around the spool. The spool is usually designed to hold two 16-foot-long strands. Usually, Stihl trimmer spools feature an arrow indicating the direction of winding and two line-holding notches on the outer flange.
Next, cut the line so that it is two times as long as the spool. If you’re using a Stihl weed eater, the spool holds two strands of line about 16 feet long. Typically, the spool is equipped with a two-flanged flange that has a curved shape and two notches for holding the line.
Before you can string a Stihl weed eater, you must cut the line properly. You must cut the line at least twice the length of the spool. After that, you should cut the line at the end of the spool and keep it away from the spool. You must also make sure that the line is double the length of the spool to ensure smooth operation.
The spool should be about twice the length of the weed eater’s cutting width. The spool must be able to hold the line. If it does, cut the line into two equal lengths. In this way, you’ll be able to get the desired cutting height. After that, you can start cutting. If you’ve got a lawn mower, it will be more effective if you can reach a wider area.