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Old 04-17-2005, 09:39:31 PM
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Has anyone seen or know of any of the larger Woodpecker engines, 15, 20, or 25 HP
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I know of a 25HP Woodpecker

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Is it the one where the guy is looking for a mixer
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hey bill! i have a 1 1/2hp, a 2 1/2hp, a 6hp and a 15hp woodpecker! love to watch them run!
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Thanks for replying, could you give me a e mail or phone number as I would like to call you, I have a 1-1/2, 4. 6. (suppose to be picking up a 8) and have two 10's would like to talk about the 15. Can give you my phone No if prefer
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It sounds like you guys are crazy about Woodpeckers like Me,,,I've got a 1 1/2,4,6 and 8 Hp myself and still looking ,,I would like to get a 2-3 Hp hopper or tank cooled to go with mine,all are running but my 6 Hp but I will have it running ,,Its all there,,You guys going to Portland in a few days?,,I plan on it myself and would enjoy talking to you,,,,,Jim ,,,,,,,,,,,,from Cabot ,Arkansas
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