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kountryscape
05-01-2000, 02:14 PM
OK I HAVEN'T POSTED ANYTHING FOR A WHILE BECAUSE I HAVEN'T HAD TIME TO TURN ON THE COMPUTER UNLESS I'M DOING A BID BUT HERES MY ?. FOR BRICK EDGING AROUND FLOWER BEDS ETC. DOES ANYONE HAVE A TRENCH-N-EDGE TRENCHER. I SAW IT AT THE MID-AM SHOW AND THINK IT HAS A PLACE IN MY BUSINESS. LOOKS GREAT BUT WANT A LITTLE PUSH IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. I USE A SHOVEL NOW BUT JUST GOT A JOB THAT HAS 400 FEET OF BRICK EDGE TO PUT IN . MY BACK ,KNESS ,AND REST OF MY BODY ARE SAYIN FIND A NEW WAY CAN SOME ONE SHED A LITTLE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT . WHAT DO YOU USE ETC. LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR REPLY , JARRETT

GroundKprs
05-01-2000, 03:16 PM
Check out &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.lawnsite.com/cgi-bin/bigtalker/discussion.cgi?forum=1&discussion=763&quot;&gt;this discussion&lt;/a&gt; a while ago. Can see machine & specs at &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.brownmfgcorp.com/&quot;&gt;Brown Mfg&lt;/a&gt;. <br>Please do not post in all caps. In online use this is equivalent to shouting your message, and it is difficult to read.<p>----------<br>Jim<br>North central Indiana

steveair
05-01-2000, 08:03 PM
Not any help for trenchers, but I will add this. I just saw a product especially designed for brick edging. Much like plastic paver edging, but it is a two piece set-up molded together that forms a piece perfect for placing the bricks into and holds them tight. <p>Just wondering if any one had used this.<p>steveair