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Old 10-10-2005, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by merlin
I have had my grass gobbler for the past season and it saw a lot of use and therer is no rust. I keep my equipment clean and stored dry though. The reason I went with the gobbler is that it is steel. I know how to weld so if something broke I can easily fix it. I only weld steel cause I use a flux-core welder.
Yup, I agree, I've got 2 Jumbo Grass Gobblers, and I love them! They're super durable, and can be easily repaired! I'd HIGHLY recommend Grass Gobbler catchers!
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