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Old 10-22-2013, 08:06 PM
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foreplease, the Ecolawn has two wheels up front and one in the rear. As the two front wheels go up the ramp, you have to lift the rear handle bar/rear tire up to drive the machine into it's carrier. Sounds a little tricky....but it's not too bad.

I had a friend extend the ramps 15 inches to make the ramp pitch not a steep.

Usually I load and unload the Ecolawn off in the street, so when I load the Ecolawn....it's even with their driveway to make reloading easy and quick.

I will have to take a picture of the new ramps with the extensions. It turned out really nice.

The organic composting/core aeration has stopped right now....we were already getting flurries today....the high was 38 degrees.
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