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So I’ve been cleaning out the garage. Here’s a few items that I need gone. I don’t want to ship, so if you wanna make the trip, come and get this stuff.
Main part of a Peco bagger setup. Not sure what it fits specifically, but it should be fairly easy to adapt to anything. It’s NOS, has a 6” inlet, and a large bag.
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Also a Craftsman 20” chainsaw. Ran great until FIL ran over the handle.
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And a Ryobi 18” chainsaw. FIL ran over the handle of this one as well. I replaced the broken parts, but couldn’t get it to run right. That was also before I turned to Seafoam for problems like this. Might be all it needs.
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When you are finished how about a vacation to help me clean up my garage? Something that helped me a couple of years ago was Ryan214 was going to college in neighboring community and I hired him to help me during his free time. Problem now however I can't afford to best what McDonalds pays workers to wrap hamburgers.
 

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Mini-me has been helping me…All he requires is a PBJ for lunch, and multiple trampoline breaks :ROFLMAO: It’s great how 6 year olds are fascinated with Shop-vacs.
 

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Oh minihomestead, life is great when you have children like that! I remember once when my teenage daughter was home, looking for something to eat, opened the pantry door and exclaimed 'Skippy!'.
 

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Oh minihomestead, life is great when you have children like that! I remember once when my teenage daughter was home, looking for something to eat, opened the pantry door and exclaimed 'Skippy!'.
My 34 year old daughter does that when she sees I have Hot Pockets in the freezer. She has had the same eyes glassed over reaction since she was in high school.
 
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