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Old 01-28-2013, 12:04 PM
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thanks again guys for all the advice. The grass out back is covered in a foot or so of snow so I won't be able to see how well it cuts but I will definately run it and see how it sounds with the blades engaged and listen for that roar. I am sure there is bad gas in there but if it hasnt sat too long hopefully isnt to gummed up. I won't be able to buy it for a little while as something came up financially (minivan repairs) that kinda threw me for one here so hopefully it is still there when I get the cash together.
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