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    Default Leaf Weapon

    picked this up last winter,finally gettin some use!-img_6592_zps62b34c32-jpg

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    Just blow em into your neighbor's yard, eh?

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    Nice.
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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    Very nice, if you have the right place to use it this should save lots of time.

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    its been a great tool,i went halves with my brother in law and we take care of 4 properties combined with it.......

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    You could dry your dog after giving him a bath in the summer purty quick with that too.

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    Back off on the RPM's !! You blew away all the grass !
    Sweet tool you have there !
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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinsph View Post
    You could dry your dog after giving him a bath in the summer purty quick with that too.
    I tried that once with one of those big industrial carpet drying fans...didn't work out too well.
    Kyle - CompactTractorFan

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    That thing would probably do good at blowing dry snow.

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    Default Re: Leaf Weapon

    I love these things even if they only get used a couple times a year. All the neighbors just look at me with a sad face when they see me do over an acre of leaves in 15 minutes and they are spending there entire weekend raking. I am looking forward to using the top and tilt this year to really put the air up and down hill sides like I wasn't able to before.

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