I am a small business with a small bank account. I buy my equipment one at a time and I make it last. Recently I bought a Redmax EBZ8000 BP blower. This machine performs incredible. I love it. I hate the build quality. I will be the first to admit it was my own dumb fault that I left the unit on the trailer while I moved to another job 2 miles away. Speeds didn't go over 35mph. I get to the job. Pull the blower off the trailer and set it by the tire of the trailer while I unloaded my mowers. I bought trimmer trap racks to store the power tools but I wan to hold off on installing them because I do not think I will be using the same trailer next year. Plus I am leasing it from a family member so giant holes in the rails are a bad thing. Anyway, I cut the grass and trim with the trimmer. I didn't need to blow anything off because there wasn't a mess and the drive is gravel. I load the mowers and forget about the blower on the side. I move the trailer 5 feet and the tire sidewall pushes the blower onto its side and it roles down a little ditch. It tumbles once. That was my fault. The CHEAP PLASTIC piece that holds the idler screw breaks off by the carb. Thats the only damage done. I thought..no big deal my dealer will just install one back on. No, I now have to buy a whole new carb because homeowner grade materials are on my blower. Oh the machine has a little over 10 hrs on it. So now I need to take $120 out of my really shallow account to buy a carb for a new blower why? because Redmax feels they need to hold critical parts on with cheep, piece of garbage, plastic piece. I thought this was supposed to be commercial equipment, not craftsman or homelite quality.