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Your advice for a pair of heavy duty racheting loppers

Posted by cactus_joe 7b PNW (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 1:52

I have had a heavy duty rachetting loppers for over 15 years. It was a brute of a lopper and used to slice through 2 1/2 inches with ease. Unfortunately I seem to have miss placed it...........or else it was stolen during one of those bathroom breaks. I would love to look for something similar and so far, the only thing that comes close is Lee Valley Tools' heavy offering. Does anybody have any suggestions for other options?


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RE: Your advice for a pair of heavy duty racheting loppers

am leonard?

whenever I get bored and want a particular type of tool, I find websites for regional trade shows and browse/search the exhibitor listings. found some stuff I didn't know existed...and after two decades attending trade shows, that takes some doing

ie, farwest show, mid am trade show, minnesota green expo, new england grows, mid states hort expo.


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