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Herb, you sure were right when you stated a rake that size belongs on a powermax. figured I got over half that pile spead the length on the house, 34 feet, in about 4 hours working time. That includes getting off to pick rocks and roots after they drag outta the pile, a minus to a RBT. Clean dirt for around here, only picked 5 wheelbarrow loads. 4040 started flooding out after about 2 hours, gotta be a fuel problem,,,,not on an Onan, washed the point box out with brake cleaner[haven't but that new plunger seal in yet] and it runs like a clock...MPH

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