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Old 03-21-2014, 07:59 PM
Barrett Landscaping Barrett Landscaping is online now
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Nice new shop. Do yourself a favor and get some pallet racking. It was the best decision for me when I moved into my shop 3 years ago
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Old 03-21-2014, 08:16 PM
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looks good, hope you have a good season, you cant go wrong with those walkers.

you have come along way since starting out, seems you have a fair bit of work, what percentage of your business is maintenance(mowing ect.) how many accounts would you have.
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:45 PM
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I have followed all your threads and I just wanted to say, congrats! You took some hard comments and just keep pushing on with your business.. Im happy to see you have succeeded, and grown in the past years. Keep on doing what's right for you shop and equipment look great!!
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Old 03-23-2014, 09:00 PM
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Awesome looking shop! Just shows that hard work pays off. You do some pretty awesome work.
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Old 03-25-2014, 10:02 AM
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Man that is a nice shop!!
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Thanks!
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So when do you think you're gonna get yourself a skidder haha
Probably not for a while haha. Wouldn't mind having something to push a snow pusher with. But I tend to push equipment to its limit, and something like a skid steer is expensive to fix. So if I rent one, I can still beat on it a little and not feel bad about it haha.
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Nice new shop. Do yourself a favor and get some pallet racking. It was the best decision for me when I moved into my shop 3 years ago
I may look into it for the plows and spreader. That would be real handy.
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looks good, hope you have a good season, you cant go wrong with those walkers.

you have come along way since starting out, seems you have a fair bit of work, what percentage of your business is maintenance(mowing ect.) how many accounts would you have.
Thanks! I love the Walkers, as long as I'm in the business I'll own atleast one. I'd say my business is about 60% mowing, I have 86 lawns. Some are full maintenance others aren't That doesn't include irrigation and landscape customers.
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I have followed all your threads and I just wanted to say, congrats! You took some hard comments and just keep pushing on with your business.. Im happy to see you have succeeded, and grown in the past years. Keep on doing what's right for you shop and equipment look great!!
I don't give up easy haha! Thanks!
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Awesome looking shop! Just shows that hard work pays off. You do some pretty awesome work.
Thank you! I have been working towards a place for a long time now, and finally have one!
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1995 7.3L F-250 XLT 4X4 9' Uni-Mount & Pro Flo Spreader
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2003 7x18 Trailmaster

48" Walker MT GHS
36" Walker MC GHS
48" John Deere Hydro W/B
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Stihl FS-85R Trimmer
Stihl FC-95 Stick Edger
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Old 03-25-2014, 04:45 PM
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What are those tires on the 7.3?
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Old 03-25-2014, 06:32 PM
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What are those tires on the 7.3?
Hankook Dynapro M/T. Next set will be Nitto mud grapplers, and bigger
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1994 F-150 XLT 4X4 8' Uni-Mount
1995 7.3L F-250 XLT 4X4 9' Uni-Mount & Pro Flo Spreader
2009 7x14 Trailmaster
2003 7x18 Trailmaster

48" Walker MT GHS
36" Walker MC GHS
48" John Deere Hydro W/B
21" Husqvarna XT7
Stihl KM-90 W/ FS-KM
Stihl FS-85R Trimmer
Stihl FC-95 Stick Edger
Stihl BR-550&600 Backpack Blower
Stihl BG-86 Handheld Blower
Stihl HS-45 Hedge Trimmers
Snapper Commercial Power Rake/Slit Seeder
Ryan Aerator
Husqvarna 235 Chainsaw 16" Bar
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Old 03-26-2014, 09:04 PM
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Your trailer is awesome. I love all the racks and the basket deal up in front. I'm going to build a basket for mine, similar to yours. If you don't mind, what are the dimensions of your basket? Keep up the good work.
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Old 03-27-2014, 07:10 PM
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Your trailer is awesome. I love all the racks and the basket deal up in front. I'm going to build a basket for mine, similar to yours. If you don't mind, what are the dimensions of your basket? Keep up the good work.
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Thanks! I like the cage, but at the same time I don't like it. You can't really see whats on the trailer because it blocks your view. Makes it harder to back up too. But it don't bother me enough to get a torch out and make it go away. The dimensions of it are 2ft from bottom to top. 2ft from front to back. And it's 87" wide
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1994 F-150 XLT 4X4 8' Uni-Mount
1995 7.3L F-250 XLT 4X4 9' Uni-Mount & Pro Flo Spreader
2009 7x14 Trailmaster
2003 7x18 Trailmaster

48" Walker MT GHS
36" Walker MC GHS
48" John Deere Hydro W/B
21" Husqvarna XT7
Stihl KM-90 W/ FS-KM
Stihl FS-85R Trimmer
Stihl FC-95 Stick Edger
Stihl BR-550&600 Backpack Blower
Stihl BG-86 Handheld Blower
Stihl HS-45 Hedge Trimmers
Snapper Commercial Power Rake/Slit Seeder
Ryan Aerator
Husqvarna 235 Chainsaw 16" Bar
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