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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by GTLC, Jan 21, 2004.
No box will have to go to father.
I used to have a Homelite hand held and a back pack blower many moons ago. They ran & ran & ran. Didnt expect to get that much life out of them. Finally replaced them with Echo because they had better performance. Sold hand held to a guy I used to work with and he used it residentually for years after that.
you really think you're going to buy an apprentice set of snap-on tools? it'd be my wet dream to have a few snap-ons, nevermind an entire set.
well yes, I may go into the mechanic field.
Yeah I also never expected my Homelite to actually work that well. but after purchasing it earlier this year for $99 at Cummins Tools.com factory-refurbished, I was actually quite surprised that it actually isn't a bad machine. It may take a little longer to warm up, but I have had no problems with it yet. For a tight-budget guy like me, you can't go wrong for $99. I think I will be adding another next mowing season.
what year is your time cutter I just bought one my self?
At first I saw that fire investigation shirt and thought it looked close to my county jail shirt.
2002 but bought as a new leftover in April 2003.
I have some snap on tools. They work pretty good.