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November 16, 2010

End of Season Care for Power Yard Tools « Around The Shop

via aroundtheshop.net

This is a great post by Michael Ring, an extremely knowledgeable friend of ToolGirl.com. He has a new blog at aroundtheshop.net and he excels at something I've always ignored - attention to detail. And man, does he know stuff. I wish I'd read this before I took apart my first carburetor.



I was planing on going for the slacker blogger, but I guess I'm on the spot now. I put up the first of 5 posts on my kitchen remodel. It's not for the faint of heart.

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