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This example of a rear-collector bagger has an auxiliary motor that pushes the clippings up into the bagger. Once the first bag is full, the clippings blow over to the other bag. A gauge indicates if the bagger is blocked, or if the bags are full. The bags are easy to remove from the unit and they have a handle on the bottom for you to hold when dumping them out.
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