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Old 09-23-2012, 08:53 PM
ClassicLawnCareInc ClassicLawnCareInc is offline
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Im thining Im going to wait on buying a Walker. I have a mixture of nice lawns and crappy lawns, on any given day my residential crew will have to cut a nice lawn where the Walker would be great and then go cut crappy lawn that hasnt been cut in 2 weeks. He also has some really nice lawns that he cuts over 4 inches and with the Walker you can cut over 4 inches. I think its def something Ill re-look at in the Spring, but I figured if the set up I have now works great why change it just because you know.
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