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Ryobi

Model RY34447

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Store SKU #179305

4-Cycle 30cc Attachment Capable Straight Shaft Gas Trimmer

$199.00 /each
  • No mixing of gas and oil
  • Attachment capable to save time, money, and space
  • Straight shaft for extended reach

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Product Overview

This gas trimmer is lightweight, produces low levels of noise and emissions and has minimal vibration for user comfort. The shaft has a long reach that lets you access difficult areas. It comes with a 3-year warranty.

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  • No mixing of gas and oil
  • Attachment capable: accepts Ryobi expand-it attachments and other universal gas attachments to save time, money, and space
  • Straight shaft for extended reach
  • Reel-easy bump-feed string head with dual 0.095 in. line for fast and easy reloading
  • 18 in. cutting width for faster trimming
  • Increased power
  • 11.8 lbs.
  • 4-Cycle 30cc Straight Shaft Gas Trimmer Features:

    Ryobi 4-Cycle 30cc Attachment Capable Straight Shaft Gas Trimmer

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is there a pole saw attachment for the 4 cycle 30 cc gas trimmer

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July 6, 2014
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Yes however after about 10 hrs. of used the main drive for the chain breaks.
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Waltham, Ma
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June 30, 2014
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Yes there is I haven't purchased it yet for myself though
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Spring Hill TN
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June 24, 2014
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They have a 10" pruner attachment, looks like mini-chain saw $99.
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Wisconsin
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June 13, 2014
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There's a picture of a pole saw attachment on the box the straight shaft came in. I hope that means yes!
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Goshen, NH
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June 8, 2014
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Yes, but it is my understanding that due to the position of the oil reservoir necessary to lubricate the 4-cycle engine, overhead work could result in the oil not being able to lubricate the engine and could result in some serious damage. This was repeated by the Home Depot Associate who sold me the init
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June 3, 2014
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Yes
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May 21, 2014
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It will depend on what brand of powerhead you have. its possible that If it's made by Bolens, Columbia,Craftsman, Cub Cadet, HomeLite, MTD, Remington, Ryobi, Troy-Bilt, Yard Macines, Poulan, and perhaps others it will work with the Expand-IT multi-vendor expansion units including the pole saw you seek. Look for the Expand-IT compatible logo on the packaging of the pole saw. As all the ones above are made Read More
It will depend on what brand of powerhead you have. its possible that If it's made by Bolens, Columbia,Craftsman, Cub Cadet, HomeLite, MTD, Remington, Ryobi, Troy-Bilt, Yard Macines, Poulan, and perhaps others it will work with the Expand-IT multi-vendor expansion units including the pole saw you seek. Look for the Expand-IT compatible logo on the packaging of the pole saw. As all the ones above are made buy the same parent company: MTD - there is a good chance you will be able to pick one up at Home Depot with this capability. There are other pole saw attachments made for other brand power heads that may also or may only work with your powerhead. You'll want to look at the type of split boom you have and what both it's shaft diameter and shaft connection is (shape [frequently square] & it's internal connection length. This is important because as many products are interchangable, even when made by the same corporation under different brands - they made not be compatible.. A good example of this is only Honda's pole saw attachment works on Honda's powerhead. Only Stihl's works on Stihl's power head. And, remarkably, even though Husqvarna makes the Poulan powerhead - the pole saw option for Husqvarna is proprietary to it's brand (and some Poulan Pro Series) - while the Poulan are able to use the Expand-IT compatible pole saw available from several manufacturers including many but not all of the aformentioned MTD companies. If you have an Expand-IT capable powerhead on your string trimmer - all of the optional Expand-IT attachments/options will work. You may see videos or other information where individuals have modified their powerhead or attachments by adding a home made coupler, physically modifying (read bending or cutting away at the shaft to get the powerhead and attachment to "fit" together) As this would certainly void your warranty and could cause serious bodily harm - this is not something that most rational people would consider or advise. Particularly when one is operating something like a pole saw above their head. =-) Read Less
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May 20, 2014
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Not that I am aware of.
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Akron, OH, USA
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May 16, 2014
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Yes, the Ryobi has several attachments - one being a pole saw. Check out the home depot at this link http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-Expand-It-10-in-Universal-Pruner-Attachment-for-Trimmer-RY15520/100044833
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May 6, 2014
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no
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Agua Dulce, CA
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January 23, 2014
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You can use pole saws from different brands of trimmer/power heads. The 'clink link' fittings seem to be standard to them all and we have had no difficulty interchanging attachments from different brands.
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does this trimmer have bump feed or aotomatic line feed

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Biloxi, MS
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June 9, 2015
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Bump Feed
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Ooltewah TN
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June 8, 2015
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bump feed that works well.
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June 3, 2015
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Bump feed
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May 29, 2015
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Bump feed
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Vernon, TX
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May 19, 2015
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Bump... And it works very well
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May 6, 2015
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Bump feed
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May 4, 2015
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Hey Ronald! Yes this trimmer comes equipped with a bump feed head. Thanks for the question!
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April 27, 2015
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Yes.
Same as the old ones do
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April 26, 2015
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Yes it has a bump feed
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April 22, 2015
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This item uses a bump-feed system for the trimmer line.
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being a 4 stroke, can you run ethanol gas with out damaging the carburator like the 2 stroke

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June 10, 2016
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No more than 10%.
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You can but it best to use non ethanol.
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DO NOT BUY THIS MODEL. A handheld trimmer MUST be a 2-cycle, not a 4-cycle. See my review. Whether or not this thing can run on ethanol is not important, it runs badly for a short time, then quits.
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No never use ethanol gas. EVER.
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July 21, 2015
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No the ethanol will damage the gas lines . that's why they sell a kit for the fuel lines they already know it wont work.
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Use only high octaane grade fuel with low or no ethanol along with fuel stabilizer otherwise you will have problems
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June 15, 2015
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You can, but just not E85. I think the max allowable was E10 per the instructions. If you do run it with anything over E10 you void the warranty. I would also run a tank of ethanol free occasionally and before putting it up for the season.
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Will my old attachments work on new models

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I have an older Ryobi Expand it Model TP30 with all the attachments(chain saw,hedge trimmer,weed wacker, & an extension pole) will they work with the new models out now,and if so which Models.
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Older attachments work with the newer model. The bigger question is, are you aware of the overwhelmingly poor reviews for Ryobi 2 and 4-cycle grass trimmers? I disregarded the poor reviews, thinking my past (decent) 20-year history w/ Ryobi outdoor power equipment would somehow mean my experience with a new trimmer would be different from other people's. Last month, I bought Ryobi's 4 cycle, proceeding Read More
Older attachments work with the newer model. The bigger question is, are you aware of the overwhelmingly poor reviews for Ryobi 2 and 4-cycle grass trimmers? I disregarded the poor reviews, thinking my past (decent) 20-year history w/ Ryobi outdoor power equipment would somehow mean my experience with a new trimmer would be different from other people's. Last month, I bought Ryobi's 4 cycle, proceeding to return to Home Depot 3 different times to exchange. Yesterday, I said no more after 3 (or it may have been 4) Ryobi 4-cycle trimmers in ~30 days. Read Less
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August 3, 2016
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Thank you, KK. To answer this question, yes. They should be compatible with our newer units as long as they use the same knob and coupler system to attach together.
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yes. They will. I have both old and new models and they interchange.
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All the old attachments fite new trimmers. I returned the 30 cc Ryobi, because it started very hard and would only run on half choke. I bought the Toro 2 cc, the tools all fit it too.
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Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 505 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lots of problems There were problems from the get-go. The string, which is self feeding, would somehow get caught up under itself and wouldn't feed. After shutting the trimmer down to fix the string problem it was almost impossible to restart. Often I would have to leave it for 15 minutes, a half hour and longer before I could get it started. After about three uses, it began shutting down on its own, again being almost impossible to start and keep running. August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY I'm on my second one. These things start burning oil and engines seize within 15 minutes of use. On my second one I even went through a "Break in" period to try and increase it's longevity, and checked oil every 10 minutes. It lasted 2 uses instead of 1 this time. I will be returning and replacing with a 2 cycle. It's too bad they are such unreliable pieces of junk, they have nice power and it's convenient to just dump in the same 91 octane non-ethanol gas I use on my mower instead of having to use a mix. August 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Too Quirky, doesn't stay running I had one working for a week, then the 3rd time I used it I was going along great and the engine just cut out. After that I could not get it started. I exchanged it for another one and the first use the engine started to stutter and cut out. I couldn't keep it running more then a few minutes. This is way to fragile of a lawn product, if there is issues with how the oil flows through this thing, it's not worth constant maintenance to try to keep it running right when all other products are just pull and go. August 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Trimmer - worst purchase ever This is the second time we've purchased this trimmer believing the first engine had a quirky manufacturer defect or ethanol issue. The perk of this trimmer is the attachments, we've purchased most of them-but engine can't handle them. In fact, it can't even handle the trimmer line. With both the first and second engines initially it easily starts-don't be fooled. After using it 20 minutes the engine begins to stutter. During the second use not only did the engine stutter and miss- it smokes-eventually overheating and cutting off. It uses oil like crazy, too. Go back to the drawing board on this trimmer Ryobi. The worst purchase/headache ever. Home Depot rethink selling this Ryobi product. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Never got it started.... I was originally drawn to Ryobi based on Consumer Reports ranking of their 2-cycle model, but was very interested in a 4-cycle trimmer so thought I'd give this one a shot. Unfortunately, I never got it started. I followed the starting instructions precisely, but after 10-15 pulls without anything that sounded like a spark I knew I was in trouble. I thought that perhaps the engine was flooded with too much priming, so I gave it a few hours and then came back and tried again. Still nothing. Took the motor housing off to make sure that the spark plug was installed properly, no issues there but no matter what I did it would not crank. I exchanged it for the 2-cycle option that was originally recommended by CR and it started up right away. July 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Very good. The only thing you need a strap for it. Would be easier August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Owned for about 6 months and all of a sudden it started blowing oil out of the carb and muffler. Engine oil was full and still looked new and air filter was just cleaned a month ago. Second and last one of these I buy. Beware. August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 4 cycle gas trimmer easy assembly and easy to use, had good instructions with trimmer August 9, 2016
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