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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Laidback03, Jun 25, 2007.
How does this blower work with short/tall, wet/dry grass?
Work great in anything you throw in front of it, still the best of the old gaurd blowers imo. I have ran them for the last 6 years and no trouble.
I second jojo. No problems at all in any conditions
i 3rd-best of the old technology. still my favorite
I also use the EB630. Starts right up and blows like a hurricane. I highly recommend it.
Had one and it was a good machine except that the parts are EXpensive and take a while to get (at least it did for me). I sold it to a friend and he likes it but he is a homeowner.
I run a Redmax ebz8000 and a stihl 600 now, both have positive and negatives (more + than -) and they do move air.
I have one, it's great! But I wish companies would put a 4 stroke Honda on a backpack blower!
be carefull what you wish for!
I'm still wishing. They aren't much heavier at all anymore. My Husqvarna trimmer I just bought is 4 stroke, and weighs 11.2 lbs. (Honda engine)
If the weight's on my back, I care even less.