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Forum blower image with hammer?

Is that a hammer clipped to the bucket of the blower that is associated with this website? I'd like to add this using conduit holder, any DIY pics. I usually just use my hand. Haha! Nah it's the ass end of the scraper/ brush for truck. But why a hammer?
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Is that a hammer clipped to the bucket of the blower that is associated with this website? I'd like to add this using conduit holder, any DIY pics. I usually just use my hand. Haha! Nah it's the ass end of the scraper/ brush for truck. But why a hammer?
I own that blower. I repainted the blower though.
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What is that holding ur nice estwing hammer. What do u do hold the head and stuff the handle in the Shute. (omg that sounds funny) when ur blower gets clogged?
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Just mesing around in the garage one afternoon and decided to snap a pic with a hammer on the blower so I could mess with the guys on this forum who ask about why there is a hammer on that blower up there in the corner.
( I obviously have a twisted sense of humor.) It worked!

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I thought it was to keep jealous neighbors away.

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I thought it was to keep jealous neighbors away.
My neighbors .... Old guy across the street has a Toro s 200 and the guy next to me has a brand new Troy Bilt two stage that is way too big for his little driveway. They don,t know enough about blowers to be jealous.

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Nothing keeps a blower from acting up like knowing there is a framing hammer right handy if it misbehaves

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Just mesing around in the garage one afternoon and decided to snap a pic with a hammer on the blower so I could mess with the guys on this forum who ask about why there is a hammer on that blower up there in the corner.
( I obviously have a twisted sense of humor.) It worked!
so where are you hiding the duct tape

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