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Old 08-12-2010, 02:35 PM
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Skinny Vinny's Lawn Care

Hey guys, just started up this Summer with the whole lawn care thing. I used to do drywall but I got into this and I'm glad I did because i love it! Anyways, I have been takin some pics lately, only have a few lawns because I started late in the season but I can't complain!

Here some pics of my rig. 02 F-350 Powerstroke.
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Old 08-12-2010, 02:40 PM
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here are some pic of a couple of my lawns. The first couple of pics are from my favorite account. Her backyard is beautiful and I have a blast cutting it. The rest are just random weeklys. Hope you like!
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Old 08-12-2010, 02:46 PM
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Looks good,hey can i have my pb 500 and srm 225 back,looks really good,how do you like them,i like mine,no problems with them.very nice setup.
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Old 08-12-2010, 03:05 PM
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Looks good,hey can i have my pb 500 and srm 225 back,looks really good,how do you like them,i like mine,no problems with them.very nice setup.
I love them, funny you ask... I was driving home at the end of the day today and i hit a gigantic bump in the road, somehow unlatched the safety hook for the weedwacker rack, and the motor side of the weedwacker hit the pavement... It dragged on the pavement hanging from the one side of the rack for about a minute until i could pull over.. The gas tank is grinded away to about half of what it should be and its really scratched up.. not to mention is has pebbles lodged in every little part of the engine... Safe to assumed its ruined.. I am super pissed and im going to have to go buy a new one tonight as much as i dont want to... FML
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Old 08-12-2010, 03:14 PM
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I love them, funny you ask... I was driving home at the end of the day today and i hit a gigantic bump in the road, somehow unlatched the safety hook for the weedwacker rack, and the motor side of the weedwacker hit the pavement... It dragged on the pavement hanging from the one side of the rack for about a minute until i could pull over.. The gas tank is grinded away to about half of what it should be and its really scratched up.. not to mention is has pebbles lodged in every little part of the engine... Safe to assumed its ruined.. I am super pissed and im going to have to go buy a new one tonight as much as i dont want to... FML
Thats good..ouch gotta really suck..yeah i here u..yeah..was going to ask you,is it work for you during spring and fall cleanups.the power isnt alot.but ive been impressed buy it during spring and fall cleanups.but i still use my handheld blower alot too.like today i used it.i switch off one day backpack and one day handheld and so on.
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2011 Ford f450 Dump
Haulmark enclosed 16'
2 Wright stander 48" x
Wright 36" RH 07"
Redmax trimmer
Echo srm 225
Stihl fs90
Redmax hb28
Redmax eb7500 backpack blower
Rubbermaid cans 32gal
Solo backpack sprayer
A few more things..
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Old 08-19-2010, 05:49 PM
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heres my fav lawn again from this week...
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Old 08-19-2010, 05:54 PM
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can't beat Fords and Exmarks..
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Old 08-19-2010, 05:57 PM
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can't beat Fords and Exmarks..
haha i agree 100%
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:03 PM
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Nice......
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Haulmark enclosed 16'
2 Wright stander 48" x
Wright 36" RH 07"
Redmax trimmer
Echo srm 225
Stihl fs90
Redmax hb28
Redmax eb7500 backpack blower
Rubbermaid cans 32gal
Solo backpack sprayer
A few more things..
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:48 PM
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Looks good but a friendly reccomendation try to rotate your lines do not always go the same pattern if possible you can start to see some browning in your latest pic.
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