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    Congrats Sam. Nice machine. Life is getting better for you
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    For a fact!

    Thanks Stephen.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick! View Post
    Outwardly, all the signs point to that being a good machine.
    +1

    Congrats! Nothing like new Iron!

    I started with a BB and I have one now, both very good machines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantheraba View Post
    Hope it works out...Pete is right...I love coming in the driveway and seeing my chipper there...just waiting like a good doggie for me to take it out to play.

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    Congrats on the machine, Sam!
    My bandit has served me well.
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    Nice Sam, looks like a good buy!...glad u got it home safe.

    get those knives sharpened and get a few extra sets to switch out
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    Looks great! Man if that's all original that tray paint is mint!

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    F yes!

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    I agree with squish...looks like it spent its days out in the elements, but low use/ hours!
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    Good buy! 9 inch chippers are great!! Vermeer finally caught on and started making their shoots 9x13 and it literally takes anything that you can drag to it without any cutting. I've always heard great things about the Bandit 90's. It hope it serves you well for many years.

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