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Picked up a Homelite SX-135 Bandit week wacker. Don't know if it is a 2 cycle. How do I find out?

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  • LeeatCSE May 11, 2010

    In the description it says 4.0 Amp. Is the trimmer electric?

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When you say, you pick up, you bought it or found it. Most likely it is a 2 cycle.

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