Model #15550 CRAFTSMAN Power sprayer

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Craftsman Cultivator Attachment model #79241

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I understand the importance of having the proper parts or attachments for your cultivator. While you are waiting for a detailed reply from an expert I recommend visiting the Sears parts direct website were you can view a parts list an diagram of your model. I have provided the link below. Hope this helps!

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Priscilla V -
June 20, 2012
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I've used 2-cycle tillers and timmers and it usually comes down to a few personal issues for people. 4-cycle engines can weigh more for the same horsepower output as the 2-cycle motors. Also, if you don't mind mixing the oil & gas then the 2-cycle could weigh less and have a higher RPM value that could get your job done. If you want a grab & go system then the 4-cycle is the way to go. A lot of these units seem to be made by one or two companies but I haven't found out yet wether that's AYP or Ryobi or other but they all seem to have the same quality with just a few differences.

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Dana -
June 20, 2012
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I see that Dana provided some good input in the above response. That Craftsman Cultivator 79241 should fit your Craftsman 2-cycle trimmer. The Ryobi model will probably also fit that trimmer. Those cultivators are very similar. They will perform about the same.

The 4-cycle engine will normally have a little more power but it is heavier. The 2-cycle engine on that trimmer should work properly with that cultivator. You just have to keep the limitations of that type of cultivator in mind when using it. It will work on light projects in ground that has recently been tilled and does not have heavy roots and rocks.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 22, 2012
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Thank you for replying. To my knowledge, the ground has never been tilled and certain sectiins have hard soil. Does this mean the subject cultivator is not recommended?

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Harold -
June 23, 2012
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