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Old 04-20-2003, 11:30 AM   #11
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If you can't find a leaf blower go over to your boat store a get an air bilge pump. It runs on 12 volts and puts out some serious amounts of air. That's what I use. Another benefit is that you can attach a flex air dryer hose to it to direct the air as required.
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Old 04-20-2003, 06:58 PM   #12
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Wren pipe

Hi guys,the wren pipe drawing stated that if outer pipe required,a litho' plate may fitted.Do you guys think this is necessary? Ivan
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Old 04-20-2003, 07:07 PM   #13
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go over to your boat store a get an air bilge pump.
Bart.....Think you can squeeze that in the Pit box??? We are going to need a deepcycle RV battery by time all the accessories are added...

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My Craftsman leafblower packed it in and being unable to locate parts, I ordered a Makita 14.4 volt leaf blower from one of the wholesalers we deal with at work. If you happen to own one or two 14.4 volt Makita batteries and a charger, then you only need the blower which is a little under 100 dollars. I was with Lewis Patton in Florida this winter and that's what he was using, works really well. By the way don't even think of buying it from the U.S. while I was there, I checked, the blower alone was $120 US,.....sometinmes I wonder.

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