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Old 08-19-2012, 11:08 PM
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2012 Work & Gear pictures

Just a couple work pictures, and some of my equipment! I have added a good amount of equipment, so I need to retake some pictures probably before I head out to work, tomorrow night. I have added, 5 handheld blowers, 2 backpacks, 2 hedge trimmers, a scag 36 inch walk-behind, and some random hand tools! I'll try to keep this up to date (I'm not very good at that ).
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:26 PM
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Just a couple work pictures, and some of my equipment! I have added a good amount of equipment, so I need to retake some pictures probably before I head out to work, tomorrow night. I have added, 5 handheld blowers, 2 backpacks, 2 hedge trimmers, a scag 36 inch walk-behind, and some random hand tools! I'll try to keep this up to date (I'm not very good at that ).
I don't want to rain on your parade, but why did you add 5 hand held blowers? it looks like your a one man show (or might have 1 helper), so what do you need 7 blowers for?

other then that, keep it up
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:54 PM
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How is the Kawasaki engine holding up on the Exmark.
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Old 08-20-2012, 10:06 PM
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I don't want to rain on your parade, but why did you add 5 hand held blowers? it looks like your a one man show (or might have 1 helper), so what do you need 7 blowers for?

other then that, keep it up
Haha I do have a helper, (my dad). But a guy who works for Brickman was on craigslist with a bunch of stuff that they were not using, and gave me a great price. So naturally I couldn't resist.
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Trucks and Trailers
'95 F-250 4X4, long bed, extended cab
^7.3 all the way
14', 16' Mowing
18' Dump

Lawn Gear
Exmark 36" metro, 14hp belt drive, walk behind
Scag 36" 16hp advantage deck, belt drive, walk behind
Lawnboy 21" 9hp commercial walk behinds x3
All Stihl Handhelds


Tree Gear
All Husquvarna saws: Everything from 14" Climbing to 48" 3/4 Wrap.
Thanks to Petzl, Buckingham, and Yale I am still alive!


And I'm 18...
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Old 08-20-2012, 10:07 PM
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How is the Kawasaki engine holding up on the Exmark.
I swear that motor and mower are both bulletproof. Not a thing wrong with it.
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'95 F-250 4X4, long bed, extended cab
^7.3 all the way
14', 16' Mowing
18' Dump

Lawn Gear
Exmark 36" metro, 14hp belt drive, walk behind
Scag 36" 16hp advantage deck, belt drive, walk behind
Lawnboy 21" 9hp commercial walk behinds x3
All Stihl Handhelds


Tree Gear
All Husquvarna saws: Everything from 14" Climbing to 48" 3/4 Wrap.
Thanks to Petzl, Buckingham, and Yale I am still alive!


And I'm 18...
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Old 08-21-2012, 06:09 AM
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It looks like your doing a great job and you have some very nice equipment. I wish I had an Exmark when I started out. Keep up the good work!
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