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Weed Eater FB25 25cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered 170 MPH Blower

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Weed Eater FB25 25cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered 170 MPH Blower
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This thing really blows - in a good way

  • Sep 10, 2010
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No assembly is required with this blower. Simply take it out of the box and slide on one piece and you are ready to fill it with fuel and get started. It takes a mix of 2 cycle oil and gasoline. The first time I started mine it took about 7-8 pulls and now it usually starts after 1-2 pulls.

When you have it on full throttle this thing really blows. It has plenty of power for average home use and would probably be good enough for commercial use in my opinion. It has a speed adjustment that is nice so you can adjust to suit your needs or you can let it idle when you are carrying it from one location to another. It also has spring loaded handle that does a good job of reducing the vibration so your hands don't get that numb feeling from the vibration. It only weighs about 8 lbs. and it is comfortable to carry around.

I am very happy with this purchase!!!

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October 26, 2010
Great review! I added a pic to the topic so that Lunchers could get a visual of what to expect. I'm going to have to suggest this to my friend who's been shopping for a quality blower, thanks!
 
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