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BigSkyTool.com has Hitachi 23.9cc 2 Stroke 170 MPH Gas Powered Handheld Blower (Reconditioned RB24EAP) on sale for $74.95. Shipping starts at ~$8 and varies by zip code. Thanks firebirdude
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Our research indicates that this Hitachi 23.9cc 2 Stroke 170 MPH Gas Powered Handheld Blower (Reconditioned RB24EAP) is $50 lower (37.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $133 (new, non-reconditioned unit) . - brisar

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I think if you signup for a new account and to receive their mailers, you get some points which will give you a few bucks more off your total.

I bought this last time it was on daily deal. Refurb was identical to new. Not a single scratch and no gas smell.
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Whoever invented leaf blower deserves a special place in hell.
Aw why you mad?
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Thanks for posting this.
I love these freekin things.
Oh, and I prefer a windy day in hell.
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Was in the market, in for 1 thanks OP! Repped
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Bought this last year on the same deal. Nice little blower. I did have to replace the fuel line on it this year though. It basically started disintegrating and fell apart. I don't use ethanol fuel in my small engines and emptied it for the winter season...
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third season using this one. still gets started on first or second pull..
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This is a great leaf blower. I use mine all the time. Reviews mention problems with the gas line needing to be replaced. I'm on year 3 of mine without a problem. Still starts right up. I put stabilizer in my gas the moment I buy it. Maybe that's the difference?

The only thing that bugs me is the intake is on the left side. So when you operate it in your right hand, it wants to suck in your pants.
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stupid design with air intake on wrong side for most. Also vibration is horrible and it's very LOUD! ., That out of the way it's good for this price, very powerful and dependable as my backup. I went with a Ego Blower instead.
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I have used this same one in my lawn business for 3 years and starts easy. Worth the money guys
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This is a great leaf blower. I use mine all the time. Reviews mention problems with the gas line needing to be replaced. I'm on year 3 of mine without a problem. Still starts right up. I put stabilizer in my gas the moment I buy it. Maybe that's the difference?

The only thing that bugs me is the intake is on the left side. So when you operate it in your right hand, it wants to suck in your pants.
I thought stabilizer was when you are putting it away for the winter ? I have this and just bought it a month ago. great leaf blower and does start right up but now I wonder if I should put stabilizer during the summer use too? that means lawn mowers as well?
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stupid design with air intake on wrong side for most. Also vibration is horrible and it's very LOUD! ., That out of the way it's good for this price, very powerful and dependable as my backup. I went with a Ego Blower instead.
Wear earplugs, or wadded up tp or paper towels, for the higher frequency sound.
I personally find the intake on the left side perfect, as I am left handed. For long runs, you'll probably be switching your hands back and forth anyways, to prevent fatigue, and vibration damage. Speaking of which, put a rubber glove or some foam rubber under the handle and throttle.
Oh, and enjoy your electric blower. They are more superior, depending on what your needs are.
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Wear earplugs, or wadded up tp or paper towels, for the higher frequency sound.
I personally find the intake on the left side perfect, as I am left handed. For long runs, you'll probably be switching your hands back and forth anyways, to prevent fatigue, and vibration damage. Speaking of which, put a rubber glove or some foam rubber under the handle and throttle.
Oh, and enjoy your electric blower. They are more superior, depending on what your needs are.
I actually thought I might have nerve damage but I was using it several times a week, with the Stihl in my right hand. Now that tingling at night went away with the quiet ego and I feel a bit "greener". A customer gave me a nice echo backpack but it's heavy and takes up a lot of room.

I run a casual small biz, mostly for fun and exercise as I get older. I won't get into the ethanol debate but I prefer fresh gas. I just use additive/remover last few years, honda mower nearly 20 years old. My primer pump on my stihl just went out so might fire up the hitachi again.
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