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What do i need for replacement string? Can i go heavier or stay with the smaller string? This is for mastercraft 20v grass trimmer. thanks


the size of the string is critical in electric driven trimmers
it does have mass and the thicker string will over load the motor
stay with the recommended string size and keep to the recommended distance to the grass being cut
string line cutters work on the principle that the tip speed of the string is what does the cutting and that means that the first 1/2" of string cuts the grass
the rest back to the hub acts like a brake as it is dragged across the grass and slows the cutting speed and loads the motor
remember that the machine is designed to trim edges and not to cut down growth-- that is a job for heavier duty units

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I need to buy a serpentine belt that will by pass the air conditioner. does Lincoln make one that size


They didn't make any 1999 Town cars without a/c. You can get a belt but I would suggest using a string to get the size and then go the auto parts store and have them match it.

Dec 10, 2013 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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A java code for anagram


import java.io.IOException;

public class AnagramApp {
static int size;

static int count;

static char[] charArray;

public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
String input = "Java Source and Support";
size = input.length();
count = 0;
charArray = new char[size];
for (int j = 0; j < size; j++)
charArray[j] = input.charAt(j);
doAnagram(size);
}

public static void doAnagram(int newSize) {
int limit;
if (newSize == 1) // if too small, return;
return;
// for each position,
for (int i = 0; i < newSize; i++) {
doAnagram(newSize - 1); // anagram remaining
if (newSize == 2) // if innermost,
display();
rotate(newSize); // rotate word
}
}

// rotate left all chars from position to end
public static void rotate(int newSize) {
int i;
int position = size - newSize;
// save first letter
char temp = charArray[position];
//shift others left
for (i = position + 1; i < size; i++)
charArray[i - 1] = charArray[i];
//put first on right
charArray[i - 1] = temp;
}

public static void display() {
System.out.print(++count + " ");
for (int i = 0; i < size; i++)
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What size belt do I need to bypass the ac pulley and how do I reroute the belt


You'll need to get a long piece of string. Run the string over all pulleys except the a/c and mark it with a felt tip pen or sharpie. Bypass the a/c pulley directly with the string, making sure it doesn't hit any of the other pulleys or belts. Take that string to your parts house with the old belt - your new belt must be the same width as the old one, with the only difference being the length. They can loop that string around a belt gauge to determine the length needed for the bypass.
Good luck!

Nov 06, 2010 | 1995 Buick LeSabre

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I bought a Hagstrom Ultra Swede which sounded very nice when I first bought it but after 3 months I seem to have alot of tuning problems with it. It has been intonated twice and a new set of heavier...


Considerations:

1. Intonation problems can be due to worn strings even if the guitar is set up properly. New Strings can fix this. This is the most common problem.

2. Also, changing string size may effect your set up too. Typically, new guitars come with lighter strings such as (9's) which the guitar is set up for. The positive is that 9's fret easily. The negative is that they bend too easily for some players who either slightly bend them when chording (accidentally), or press too hard on guitars with jumbo sized frets, which in turn bends the string toward the fret board causing detuning. To fix these items folks may suggest you get a heavier string like a (10), but the problem can often be solved by playing with a lighter hand, pressing only enough to make contact with the fret and not pressing the string all the way to the fretboard. Check your intonation using this light touch method and see if it's okay verses pressing the string all the way to the fretboard. If the intonation is okay with the light touch, the guitar intonation is set up properly. You may want to consider playing with a lighter hand or getting a guitar without jumbo frets such as Fender strats etc...

Putting a heavier string on a guitar set up for (9's) would likely cause the buzzing that wasn't there before. In this case you'd need the guitar and neck set up again to accomodate the 10's. So decide what size string you want and set the guitar up for that size.

These considerations are true for any electric guitars.

After consideration of all of the above, you still feel it's the guitar, I suggest you push for a replacement or perhaps credit toward another guitar.

Oct 18, 2010 | Hagstrom Swede Electric Guitar Natural...

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Troy built weed eater won't feed line


Check the size of the line,(OD), make sure you are using the correct size, sometimes cheap line will be problematic, also, you said you are re-stringing it, try a new batch of string, the old string inside the hub can get chaffed and will stick to itself...

Aug 22, 2009 | Troy Bilt Tb70ss Gas Trimmer

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String for a Poulan Pro PPB330


Hello,

Pull your spool off, and look next to the notches on the bottom of the spool. The decimal number is the size of line that you can use. Some spools will have more than one size listed; they can use either size.

Best regards, --W/D--

Aug 21, 2009 | Poulan 25cc 2-Cycle Gas Powered String...

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Need string for Homelite trimmer (Model UT20042)


Genarally the size of line for that size of line trimmer is 2.0mm

May 07, 2009 | Homelite Curved Shaft Trimmer Bump Feed...

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String breaking


Check to ensure that the string is the correct size as specified in the owners manual. If ok check age of the string. If old it has a tendancy to be brittle. If new and supple try letting the trimmer get up to full speed and let the tip of the string do the cutting. Avoid taking on too much at once with this trimmer as the electric and battery trimmers are not as powerful as their gas counterparts. I hope this helps.

Sep 11, 2008 | Toro& Electric String Trimmer

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