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Old 07-15-2013, 01:07 PM
sealcutter sealcutter is offline
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Originally Posted by viper881 View Post
I have both. Both have there good and bad. The ma-10s are heavy to push if you have step driveways to do but the good with them is you don't have to refill near much. I'm selling a ma-10 if you are looking for you. Not sure what shipping would be but way cheaper then new. The good with the banders are they are not as big but you have to refill them more often.
I agree I have two ma-10s hills can be tricky.

Also make sure you have enough tar in the kettle to hit the temp sensor. last thing you want to do is cook what is in there, and if you did cook it, dump it and don't use trust me.
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Old 07-17-2013, 07:03 PM
viper881 viper881 is offline
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I cant PM you cause you dont have enough posts. Looking for $550.00 Zip code is 49423 where it would be shipped from if you want to look up shipping price.
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