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Old 02-19-2011, 07:40 PM
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Oh okay, I wondered where they did all their work. They do a little up my way, but I figured they did work closer to the city because their shop is like 10 minutes from my house but I only see them at one or two accounts all year.
They actually have multiple locations I believe. They used to rent a bay off a tree company in mcandless who rented off my uncle. They had like 4 trucks there. They still might even have them there not sure.
I have seen them a couple times in the summer and alot in the winter, all over. Like I said I usually catch them at CVS's either plowing or mowing. Check out their site if you havent, they are local and family owned
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They're all white with small black or dark blue lettering.

They've got a mix of Super Dutys and Chevys.

I probably sound like a stalker
Nope I knew that too I always look at other companys trucks. The got alotta nice ones and like you said a mix from regular cabs extended cabs crew cabs . they are all white and have MMC on the doors I believe in a square box with a tree next too it
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:43 PM
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JML is always looking for people. I think they even opened up a smaller branch over in Cranberry. There are located on RT. 910 a few miles east of RT.8. They mow some commercial accounts up this way.
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They actually have multiple locations I believe. They used to rent a bay off a tree company in mcandless who rented off my uncle. They had like 4 trucks there. They still might even have them there not sure.
I have seen them a couple times in the summer and alot in the winter, all over. Like I said I usually catch them at CVS's either plowing or mowing. Check out their site if you havent, they are local and family owned


Nope I knew that too I always look at other companys trucks. The got alotta nice ones and like you said a mix from regular cabs extended cabs crew cabs . they are all white and have MMC on the doors I believe in a square box with a tree next too it
Maybe I'll have to invite them to join the site when I go for my interview next week.

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Old 02-19-2011, 07:45 PM
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JML is always looking for people. I think they even opened up a smaller branch over in Cranberry. There are located on RT. 910 a few miles east of RT.8. They mow some commercial accounts up this way.
Yeah, they're like ants...all over the place!!
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Old 02-19-2011, 08:07 PM
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Never saw JML around
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I am Jeff by the way. JML is a pretty big outfit. You can see there shop and all of their trucks from the turnpike between the Harmar and Butler exit. Hey Deere, how does that Wright Stander do on the hills? I am considering the Scag V Ride. I liked the look of the Wright, but no dealers close by since Allegheny Golf in Cranberry closed. I love my Ferris WB but it is time for a change and a ZT simply would not work for most of my yards.
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I am Jeff by the way. JML is a pretty big outfit. You can see there shop and all of their trucks from the turnpike between the Harmar and Butler exit. Hey Deere, how does that Wright Stander do on the hills? I am considering the Scag V Ride. I liked the look of the Wright, but no dealers close by since Allegheny Golf in Cranberry closed. I love my Ferris WB but it is time for a change and a ZT simply would not work for most of my yards.
JML's shop is pretty huge, I think they use mostly Ford Super Duties and NPR's. They must have 15 to 20 trucks with two huge buildings. I've seen em all the way downtown as well as up this way.
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Old 02-19-2011, 09:55 PM
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I am Jeff by the way. JML is a pretty big outfit. You can see there shop and all of their trucks from the turnpike between the Harmar and Butler exit. Hey Deere, how does that Wright Stander do on the hills? I am considering the Scag V Ride. I liked the look of the Wright, but no dealers close by since Allegheny Golf in Cranberry closed. I love my Ferris WB but it is time for a change and a ZT simply would not work for most of my yards.
Ya I will have to look around and see if I see any of their trucks
I love my stander that's all the other company's around me use. Does good climbs hills straight up amazingly, down if its extremely steep its gonna wanna move side to side is good but could be better, I don't have much to compare to as I haven't used many others but it works for me. I hate there being no dealers I go to the one in beaver and its like 45 minutes. I actually brought mine through the wright rep though-very nice guy
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:37 PM
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Ya I will have to look around and see if I see any of their trucks
I love my stander that's all the other company's around me use. Does good climbs hills straight up amazingly, down if its extremely steep its gonna wanna move side to side is good but could be better, I don't have much to compare to as I haven't used many others but it works for me. I hate there being no dealers I go to the one in beaver and its like 45 minutes. I actually brought mine through the wright rep though-very nice guy
Thanks for the info, hills and rutting were my main concern with a stander. I don't see many standers up this way, except for an occaisional Wright.
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Thanks for the info, hills and rutting were my main concern with a stander. I don't see many standers up this way, except for an occaisional Wright.
Wright is the only way to go with a stander IMO. My is a little less good on hills and rutting because I have the rapid height with the smaller tires. The regular ones and the new stander X might be a bit better but mine will climb right up hills you can barely walk up
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