Originally Posted by ArTurf
I was thinking mainly about how to work to the edge of the fence. If you start at one end and need to pull to the other end how do you deal with the length of the machine?
If you can afford the extra space I like to start as close to point A as possibe....En route to point B swing wide if you can, ending yourself parallel to point B... I hope that makes sense.. I'm one for talking then typing as everyone here knows.
I stay away from pulling head T's on really dry soils/turf.. They just don't clean up well and I really don't think it saves all that much time...My 2...
Also if you can afford the time take a dry run around the area know where and when you have to turn to make corners.. Sometimes if you really can afford the time mark where your machine is X feet from the fence where you feel comfortable... Mark that spot...good luck man.....if its a split rail fence take that sh!t out and pull through....