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Poulan Pro 33cc 2 Cycle Attachment Capable Gas Curved Shaft Trimmer 17-Inch Cut Tap N Go Head (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Quiet running 33cc 2-cycle engine
  • 17-inch cutting path
  • Surefire Starting system
  • Reduced pull effort
  • Item does not come with poles
  • Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 64.5 x 11 x 10.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003BEEG4I
  • Item model number: PP033
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,865 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Poulan Pro 33cc 2-Cycle Attachment Capable Gas Curved Shaft Trimmer 17-Inch Cut Tap N Go Head. Poulan Pro Trimmers boast a combination of features to ensure there is a unit that is perfect for every trimming job. Our split-shaft units accept a range of six optional attachments that make them even more versitle. From standard trimming to blowing (PP3000B), tilling (PP2000C), hedge trimming (PP6000H), edging (PP1000E), brushcutting (PP4000B) and even tree pruning (PP5000P). This Poulan Pro PP330 features include: Quiet running 33cc 2-cycle engine, 17-inch cutting path, Surefire Starting system, Reduced pull effort, Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California.


This item is a screen enclosure that is designed to attach to an existing 10x20 frame. It does not come with poles. The image show it attached to a canopy frame, this is to show what it would look like once it is installed.

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Customer Reviews

So it would have to be reset it again so I could get it started.
Lance & Cromwell
I also agree with previous entry that at 6' tall too you have to bend over a bit even when adjusting the belt strap, it could be 3 to 4 inches longer.
H2O SKI
Feel sorta bad that they have to throw this piece of junk away, but they wanted it.
Kelly Sottelbaum

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Sottelbaum on May 28, 2010
After looking at a similar trimmer, Poulan Pro PP133 17-inch 33 cc 2-Cycle Gas-Powered Straight-Shaft Attachment-Capable String Trimmer, I saw this one in a local store for about 45 dollars less and picked it up. Not having used straight shaft or curved, that feature didn't really bother me either way...And while the PP133 is CARB-compliant (CARB = California Air Resource Board), this one isn't. But let's face it: California is the closest thing to a complete nanny state we have in the US...if you want to do something in California, rest assured, there is somebody that wants to regulate (and probably tax) it.

Alas, this non CARB-compliant (illegal in CA) trimmer is fantastic. Very powerful, lightweight enough so you can go for about 2 tanks of gas (maybe about 90 minutes) before it starts to feel heavy, its exhaust doesn't smell any better or worse than any other gas-powered lawn equipment I've used, and with the ability for attachments - this is a definite winner.

While it doesn't say anywhere (even on the box), this comes with a spool of trimmer line and 3.2 ounces of 2-cycle oil (enough to treat 1 gallon of gasoline.) I've found that Lowes sells another "fits all makes/models" trimmer line that's .095 inch that isn't circular (it's kind of hex-shaped - the idea is more cutting surface area, I presume) that works significantly better than the smooth circle stuff...and it's cheap.

My only complaint is that, standing about 6-foot, the 17-inch shaft on this trimmer seems to be about 2-4 inches short of being completely comfortable for me in a natural standing/upright position.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By FWTX on April 22, 2013
I purchased this trimmer in order to trim the grass every couple of weeks in our dog kennel (since the lawn mower won't go in there). My first unit had its spool assembly irreparably fly apart within its first 20 minutes of use. I returned that unit and received a new one. In its second summer of use, after probably close to 4 hours of total run time, I noticed the engine not wanting to throttle up completely, seeming to strain. The unit still seemed to work with hesitation, so I kept using it. About 10 minutes later, with a giant bang, the entire end of the lower shaft assembly exploded, literally sending the pieces of the spool assembly flying in all directions, and leaving the metal piece at the end of the shaft splintered and smoking. Given my experience with 2 of these trimmers, I would strongly advise against its purchase.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lance & Cromwell on June 27, 2012
I bought this new from WalMart about 3 years ago when the ethanol gas desolved the fuel lines on my antique Homelight. After the first two tanks of gas the spark arrester clogged up and the motor quit running. The Poulan service center up the highway quickly fixed the problem under warrantly. Three years of use since and no further engine problems. Starts easy and has power spare except in very heavy grass.

Now the bad.
A. The starter pull, the gas cap and the choke control are all bunched together. This presents two immediate problems--
1. The gas cap is very hard to grip to remove...too cramped to get a solid grip. I use a large pair of Channel-Lock pliers to lossen it. If not on tight mine would tend to leak a bit of gas.
2. When pulling the starter my hand often hit the choke lever which reset the choke to the open setting. So it would have to be reset it again so I could get it started.
B. The line head can be a challenge to load...not as well designed as others I have used. But once you get used to it not a serious problem, just annoying.
C. The spark-arrestor cannot be self-serviced by the owner...has to go to a Poulan Service center or other lawn equipment repair service dealer.
D. The worst problem...the cheap, poor design of the detachable trimmer shaft. As others have noted it will begin to wobble and vibrate as it gets more use. I disassembled mine and found the problem. The end of the shaft tube has a cap. The rotating shaft simply passes thru a hole in the cap (like a hole in a washer). There is nothing to mitigate the wear as the shaft turns in that hole...metal on metal contact...no bearings or lubrication so the shaft literally grinds the hole bigger as it turns and that leads to the wobble and vibration noted by others.
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By Barney J Cabiles on April 29, 2014
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There was something wrong with the motor. It would shake like crazy like the piston was out-of-balance. Knew this was something major so I didn't bother to get it looked at since I'm sure it would cost more then what I paid to get this.
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Very pleased with the trimmer. It has adequate power and starts and idles very well. Really like that it can idle without the shaft engaging, which makes it possible to make a quick adjustment to the trimmer line without shutting off the engine. It is a tad heavier, but that isn't a big deal. I purchase an inexpensive strap to solve that issue, since I have a big lawn. I purchased the blower and edger attachments as well. You can swop them out in about 15 seconds or less. The only odd thing that I noticed is that it appears to consume fuel more so than my previous trimmer. Again, not a big deal. For the money, it has great value.
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