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Old 11-13-2013, 11:43 AM
TheLugNutZ TheLugNutZ is offline
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IMO if you start in the spring, you only need a small blower to blow clippings, it really wont be until fall until you need a more powerful blower, unless you have a large spring clean you need to do of course.

Im sort of in the same boat as you, in NJ, starting up next spring, and while I def plan on picking up a better trimmer (my current crapsman will be backup) I plan on starting off using my crapsman hand-held blower to save the ~$500 on a new blower until just before leave cleanup time. Unless the dealer I use gives me an awesome deal. I mean at this point I think i have decided to go Echo with everything, so he may give me a good deal ifI buy $1000-1300 worth of Echo stuff from him.
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