The following instructions and recommendations are based on the data gathered through our 15+ years in the market. We do our best to list most brands and as many models as possible. We also try to make sure the information provided is accurate but please note, manufacturers can make running changes that we are not aware of until reported by a customer. We do our best to list those exceptions but keep in mind this is just a guide and the best way to troubleshoot an installation is to interact with a Technical Support Specialist either over the phone or via e-mail.
We fit most models that come with a Bump & Feed head. The fastener required for most installations is included in the kit.
For straight shaft models 27ccs or more we recommend the following GrassGator models: 3600, 4600, 4620, 4680, 3630, 7800, 4750, 5600, 5620 or 8010.
For curved shaft trimmers or straight shafts with engines smaller than 27ccs we recommend the following GrassGator models: 3600, 4750, 5600, 5620 or 8010.
- Most curved shaft follow the curved shaft instructions while straight shafts follow the straight shaft instructions.
- Some straight shaft models like the 51974, 51975 and 51977, have a "spool shaft": a hollow cylinder threaded on the inside designed to hold the original line head. If left on, the shaft would be too long to install a GrassGator head plus none of the bolts in the kit will fit. Usually this happens when you take the original head apart in pieces. If your Toro is a straight shaft and none of the bolts in the kit fit then put the original head back together, lock the shaft and unscrew the original head off as a complete unit. This will remove the spool shaft. If after unscrewing the original head off as a complete unit you still end up with a female shaft then follow the curved shaft instructions.
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