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had to Macgyver my trimmer

Muffler bolt fell out and couldn't find it. Store was to far to go and replace it
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Finish your job?
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Yes we did. New bolts 99 cents
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Yes we did. New bolts 99 cents
Nice thats the way to do it sometimes. Figure a way to keep them working. I have some stihl trimmers like your's that we wrapped duct tape around the handle because it broke and I don't feel like paying $55 for a new handle right now. By the way Mcgyver was the man in the 80's
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I had a sink that used a vise grip for a knob for decades. Nice job!
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I have a set of orange handled screwdrivers. I could send you one so it matches better.

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