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Win A Wacker Breaker

CED Magazine March 2007

Article Date: 03-01-2007
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If you have an old Wacker breaker that you've taken to the extreme, Wacker wants to know. They're looking for the oldest breaker in its original state. Dealers and contractors have the chance to convert an old breaker into Wacker's newest innovation, a BH 24 gasoline breaker.

Send in a photo of your Wacker breaker along with the model and serial number by June 29, 2007. The dealer and contractor who submit the oldest confirmed breaker will receive the latest in Wacker technology - the BH 24 gasoline breaker - free.

Wacker's BH 24 offers a harder hitting breaker with its optimized percussion system with a reconfigured piston and striker that reduces the weight and increases the velocity. Because of the air percussion system, the striking mechanism directly hits the tool, reducing the amount of vibration that bounces back to the operator. Also contributing to the reduced vibration is Wacker's patented vibration damping protective housing which reduces vibrations to the entire body and reduces operator fatigue.

Send your photos to, Wacker Oldest Breaker Contest/SPR, P.O. Box 2007, Menomonee Falls, Wisc. 53052. Or email your photo and information to: with "Oldest Breaker Contest" on the subject line.

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