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Are they any good, are they easy to use. Used a fork up to know. Why is there such a big diff in price they all look the same to me lol >:) >:) >:)



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buggaluggs wrote:Are they any good, are they easy to use. Used a fork up to know. Why is there such a big diff in price they all look the same to me lol >:) >:) >:)
hi buggaluggs i have a slim extra long pump took a bit to get use to it but after a bit of practice on a bad day i can pump 100 black lug and on a good day it,s over 250 that's in 1.1/2 to 2 hours with no bad back , best thing i ever bough :D

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Thanks Findus will have a good look at them :D :D :D

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do they have to be used in wet mud or wet sand and can they be used in both?

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George6500i wrote:do they have to be used in wet mud or wet sand and can they be used in both?
i use mine in the sand never tried it in the mud but guess it would work

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