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Fitting pro cut head

Can not work out how to fit pro cut head nut will not loosen on existing one

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Most trimmer heads are cross threaded, so its opposite of normal threads. you have to turn it clockwise to loosen it. also try soaking it with penetrating oil

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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