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Bought a used 80r with no manual and want to put a speed head but dont know how yo et the head off please help took the screw off at head where gear was and put screwqdriver in and couldnt hold it please help with the right info b4 i tear it up!!!!!

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If this is a Ryobi 80r the large part of the spool doesn't come off!!! simply remove the bump knob and the inner spool leaving the shaft and outer part, you will find most aftermarket heads either come with or require an adapter for this type of trimmer, the cone shaped upper part of their new head will go up inside your outer spool

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