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post #1 of 8 Old 06-16-2015, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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SCUT vs. CUT

Article to help those making this choice up on our sister site: SCUT vs. CUT

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Very informative Geof! I have it bookmarked because that question often comes up on here.

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Very informative Geof! I have it bookmarked because that question often comes up on here.
Anytime. Those are fun articles to write.

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Excellent article and I like the way you showed the different brands in it. slkpk

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Outstanding article Geof, thanks.

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Nice article. Good information.

Being a Tim Taylor fan (of Tool Time or Home Improvement fame), you can't have too much power but, my little engine that could (I think I can, I think I can, I think I can) has never let me down and accomplished tasks some with larger equipment said couldn't be done. Regardless, appreciate the insight.

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Article to help those making this choice up on our sister site: SCUT vs. CUT
Thanks a bunch - great info to think about
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Great article thanks. If they ever rigged an a/c system in a scut that would be ideal for us old guys here in the deep south for sure.
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