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Old 01-08-2013, 09:43 AM
LHS Lawns LHS Lawns is offline
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I'm part-time and have been for about 14 years. My advice would be to grow your business slowly.

Don't take on so much work that you burn out before you get started.

Give yourself ample time to do excellent work.

Don't let it effect your full time job in a negative way.

I set up my business so I could go full time if I needed to. You might want to do the same at some point.
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:16 AM
pineymountain pineymountain is offline
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Yes I am buying a open trailer in about a week. Im getting a 5x14 cause dealer has it on clearance but otherwise i was going to get 6x12. And metro is about 5 ft long so 2 would nake it 10ft i never tried but it would be super close on 6x10.i would go with 6x12. I doubt it but just check trailer gross vehicle weight and the trucks towing capacity.
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Im a part timer and regret not getting a closed trailer. It's storage and trailer in one.
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