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I have a TM-251 that has lost one of its eyelets...where can i find these ?

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Since the TM251 is a Mcculloch, it shares the t25 (or p25) type head with other husqvarna subsidiaries - Partner, Weedeater brands I have also got that head on.

Just type "Mcculloch 25 head" into google and you will see plenty of whole heads for sale for the $15-20 dollar mark. Keep the old one for spares


Since I am not a massive fan of them (though they are by all means not the worst I have used), and would highly suggest throwing on a speed feed head off ebay.

Note - although SF heads come with many adaptors, none seem to fit Mcculloch.

The best way I have found is to take the steel nut out of the old T25 head and grind the top thin 'spout' off the top, and take a little off each hexagon face.

But for god sake dont cut it with an angle grinder if its aluminium adaptor (which some are)


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