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rokon2813

I've done a few alone. Not fun but sometimes necessary.

Since they have lifting restrictions and could be there to just help a little and guide it,

Stand it on it's left end, right skid shoe about at your belt buckle. Grip the bottom of the turn handle and the bottom of the lift arm.

Lean back and pivot the bottom end up onto the truck. It helps if you stand 90 degrees to the truck, so you can swing it onto the tailgate rather than trying to walk forward with it.

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Brettw

I usually just grab the smaller blowers (42") by my teeth, pick 'em up and spit 'em in the back of the pickup. The bigger ones (Power Max, etc.) I admittedly sometimes have to help along with my pinkeys. And I always floss afterwards; it's obviously the hygienic thing to do..............

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quote:Originally posted by Brettw

I usually just grab the smaller blowers (42") by my teeth, pick 'em up and spit 'em in the back of the pickup. The bigger ones (Power Max, etc.) I admittedly sometimes have to help along with my pinkeys. And I always floss afterwards; it's obviously the hygienic thing to do..............


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id="quote">Lol :Q. Well, we got the blower loaded and unloaded just fine. And after a few complications with the hitch and the belt clutch, we finally got it on my 3112. Thanks for all the help! :)Will post pictures tomorrow.

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