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Re: [SG] Leaf Shredder

I use the Sears shredder. I have a lot of maple leaves that accumulate in my 
yard, so I run over them with a lawn mower and then use the shredder---no 
blockage that way. It may seem like a lot of work, but sures beats 
raking---PLUS one can use the shredded maple leaves for mulch----not a good 
idea with unshredded maple leaves which create for me a slimy mess.

Clyde Crockett z5
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