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Craftsman 41AS99MS799 25cc Gas Blower

Item# 07179160000P | Model# 41AS99MS799 | Added on September 3, 2015 |
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A Beautiful Lawn Get rid of those leaves like it's nobody's business with the Craftsman 25cc gas blower. This blower comes with a 25cc engine that puts out tons of power to move wet and dry leaves from your yard to your yard waste. That's less than half the time it normally takes to rake the leaves into a pile.

  • Powered by a 25cc 2-cycle gas engine
  • Blows up to 430 CFM and 200 MPH of power provides enhanced blow force to easily tackle wet or dry leaves
  • Incredi-Pull™ starting system reduces the force needed for pull starts
  • Advanced 3-step Prime, Run, Start makes the starting process easier
  • Features variable throttle with cruise control to help reduce fatigue
  • Ergonomic handle adds comfort while reducing fatigue
  • Lightweight design reduces user fatigue so you can spend more time detailing your yard
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By desertmanomya
July 6th, 2018
Very dependable machine

This gas blower is so dependable. I have seen revues of how it got very hot, quit running, wouldn't start after an hour of use etc. PEOPLE,the reason? It's because your using gas station fuel which has ethanol. Ethanol pulls in moisture, as little as 1% moisture in your fuel and the piston, cylinder, bearings all get scored hence thh high heat and the engine not starting after an hour..... SOLUTION, go get some TRU FUEL or some other brand of pre mixed fuel in a can. Sears sell pre mixed fuel. Stop blaming Craftsman, it's not Craftsman it's the fiuel. Trust me I own a landscape company and I went through several units before I figured this out Once I used Tru Fuel the problem vanished. I have chainsaws that are several years old, this Craftsman gas blower I use daily with no problems. I would go bankrupt if I had to replace units all the time.

10 found this review helpful
By William-NC
December 9th, 2018
Hard to start-even when it was brand new

Followed instruction carefully to get it out of box and mix fuel/oil etc, but man this thing is indeed very difficult to start. You have to prime/pull several cycles before it can start and stay running. Even when it does get started, you have to keep throttle in start position forever instead of in run position(as supposed to) which would shut off the blower. After 2 days of struggling with it, I've decided to return it.

7 found this review helpful
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Don't Let It Sit For a Long Time...


Don't Let It Sit For a Long Time...Or Your Going to Find It WON'T START !!! If You Do...Drain ALL Gas Out and Purge It Clean.

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Great blower


Works great!

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Adeyami Hayes
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December 17th

Blower operation


Blow it works really well but sometimes it takes a little bit extra effort to get started I thought a new blower would start right away sometimes five or six poles or seven

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