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    I've had utility/hunting knives before and says "gift" too.

    Just imagine if it was a little kid buying them off the net

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    When I was young I used to buy throwing knives and my dad tought me how to throw them and that was in year 5........
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    i wouldn't want to refill this ebay brushcutter with a hot engine. why would they have a tank on top of the engine i don't know. just an accident waiting to happen.
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    This looks interesting, anyone got this model?, a bargain if its decent, there is a world mowers dealer around here, one wonders how reliable the self propelled drives are..

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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    I got a cheapie chainsaw just to be prepared and now I use a chainsaw half the time im out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VJinTownsville
    I got a cheapie chainsaw just to be prepared and now I use a chainsaw half the time im out.

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    lol VJ...aint that the truth. Mate your doing well. Keep going the way you are and you will be knocking back work before you know it. Remember to pay it back on here though and help others out. Good to see your making a go of it. I enjoy reading your posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat Garden Services
    This looks interesting, anyone got this model?, a bargain if its decent, there is a world mowers dealer around here, one wonders how reliable the self propelled drives are..

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....=STRK:MEWAX:IT
    A local shop had World mowers 2 years ago, looked at a s/p 21 or 22" mower, price was right, but the deck was like alfoil - very thin

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    I was just checking some stuff out on ebay and reading the feedback section for one seller. Did you know you can contact people who have left feedback???

    I just sent two messages for people who'd bought something I'm looking at buying, will see if they reply. It'll be nice to know what they think of it a month or so later rather than reading their purchasing experience feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy B
    I was just checking some stuff out on ebay and reading the feedback section for one seller. Did you know you can contact people who have left feedback???

    I just sent two messages for people who'd bought something I'm looking at buying, will see if they reply. It'll be nice to know what they think of it a month or so later rather than reading their purchasing experience feedback.
    Yep ..E-bay can be good ..

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    Bought one of these battery powered weed sprayers a few weeks back. So far has been great, (sprayed about 60ltrs) the trigger mech looks a bit cheap and plastic but works superbly.

    Great buy http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Weed-Sprayer_...item2558d92a6c

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    hi all , just a bit regards to ebay , man i'm doin ok , chainsaw $128 delivered , petrol hedger same price $128 delivered , echo blower just recent $160 p/up with a 18"cut whipper snipper $127.50 p/up , trades trailer $2300 p/up, MTD ride on with catcher $1250 p/up , the only things i didn't get from ebay was my atom edger $600 and the echo whipper snipper another $600 .

    all items from ebay were won with my auction stealer as you can see for great prices ,
    try the free sniper at www.auctionstealer.com , set it and forget it , lol , just pay at the end of the auction ,

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    oops , forgot the main baby , 21" 3 speed s/p honda 5.5hp delivered to the door for $785 , i'm happy with all the prices i paid on ebay

    cheers
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    Did well with the honda but i think you may have paid too much for the blower whats bunnings price on a pope blower i know the pope hedger was only like 120.
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    What is this talk of a pope stihl all the way even second had for 200 is better....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tender Lovin Lawn&Garden View Post
    Did well with the honda but i think you may have paid too much for the blower whats bunnings price on a pope blower i know the pope hedger was only like 120.
    Last I looked pope hedger was $240 at bunnings

    BTW thing weighed about as many kg as it cost
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