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Old 04-01-2013, 07:01 PM
ScubaSteve728 ScubaSteve728 is offline
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if i were you id go to college while working on the side a college degree helps a lot in this very competitive business world. you could go to some sort of greens keeper school or agriculture school or even a construction school. and you will need proper licences just to legally run the skid if you are making money with it. dont buy an old rental machinery unless you know it was very well taken care of. you pretty much should get a dump to do proper bobcat work like hauling loom, debris or mulch unless you can borrow one.
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