Troy-Bilt TB575 EC String Trimmer Review
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC string trimmer has 29cc 4-stroke engine. Engine is very finicky – it’s almost impossible to start without using electric starter. Even when you manage to start it it takes a very long time for it to warm up – longer than the manual says – and will stall if it’s not properly warmed up.
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC trimming performance isn’t all that bad when it runs properly, but even with it being properly warmed up it often doesn’t. It’s not uncommon for it to stall once you give it gas and according to consumer reports it’s unreliable – engine often stops working all together after short period of operation.
Even if you mange to make Troy-Bilt TB575 EC string trimmer run properly despite all the odds it’s still a massive headache to maintain. The design of this string trimmer is beyond stupid – restringing the head will be one of the most irritating things you will experience in your lifetime. Chances are you will spend more time trying to restring Troy-Bilt TB575 EC than actually trimming with it. What makes restringing even worse is that it constantly breaks off.
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC has cutting swath of 17 inches and it uses 0.095” line. It’s straight shaft design which makes reaching under shrubs and bushes easier. It also had dual line bump head.
It’s attachable friendly – it fits with 10 different TrimmerPlus attachments.
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC doesn’t require oil and gas mixing!
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Dimensions & Weight
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC weed eater measures 41.8 inches long, 11.2 inches wide and 12.4 inches tall. It’s pretty heavy – it weighs 18 pounds!
Troy-Bilt TB575 EC is a headache machine not a string trimmer. Don’t buy it unless you want nervous breakdown!
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Troy-Bilt TB575 EC 29cc 4-Cycle 17-Inch Straight Shaft String Trimmer Specs:
- Type: Gas powered
- Engine: 29cc (4-Cycle)
- Cutting Path: 17”
- Line diameter: 0.95”
- Dimensions: 41.8″ x 11.2″ x 12.4″ (L x W x H)
- Weight: 19 lbs
My trimmer was extremely hard to start and stopped working after two uses. It had no spark at the plug. Took it back to a troy bilt dealer under the 1-year warranty and returned a week later only to find they wanted $130 to replace the carburetor. I then took it to a repairman who replaced the coil and plug, still would not start. He said it had to be a bad flywheel. I gave up and threw it in the trash.
Don’t buy this product. It ran for about 20 minutes got hot would not start again. Without cooling down for about 2 hours. Menards would not take it back; although when my husband called and told them we had just bought that day we were told to empty the gas and bring it back, got there in person we’re told no, Piece of junk!!!
G’day, This machine is giving good American company’s a bad name, it is the worst piece of crap that iv’e ever used, and Troy bilt should be ashamed to put their name on it! it’s almost impossible to start even when you’ve put fresh fuel in it, and that stupid bump head, well it either puts out too much line, or it goes in reverse and gobbles it up, after taking the bump head off 8 times i was ready too smash this piece of garbage to bits. Troy bilt don’t send anymore of your rubbish down under, as wev’e already got enough chinese rubbish here already.