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Old 10-18-2013, 07:06 PM
brosko brosko is offline
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Originally Posted by ed2hess View Post
So for you serviceability, longevity, and packaging isn't important. Does the carburetor have fuel adjustments on them, very important after a couple years. I like keeping as much of my money as I can. Don't make the assumption they will
fixeverthing that can happen to a unit, free.
Been there done that. I have had damn near every backpack you can think of. Reliability and serviceability ARE very important to me actually tge most important. I think you misunderstood me. I was talking ONLY about sheer power and air volume. My favorite blowers are actually the pb 751s, NOT the redmax 8000 or 8500s. What pisses me off most about the redmaxes is the lack of mixture adjustment screw on the carburetor and cheap plastic built quality. Ill take a 751 overall any day over any redmax. Funny thing is I agree with you completely and couldnt have said better myself, BUT in sheer blowing volume the 8500 does put the others to shame!
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