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Old 10-17-2014, 01:34 PM
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All the stuff looks fantastic!
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Old 10-17-2014, 05:23 PM
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All the stuff looks fantastic!
Thanks! Hows that push blower working out for ya? lol
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Old 10-17-2014, 08:31 PM
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Thanks! Hows that push blower working out for ya? lol
Ready to get pushed to the curb. Not enough speed or cfm's. If the leaves are crispy dry it's actually ok. But how often are they like that.

I'll invest in a monster self propelled blower next year. If anything I need it at my house!!

Maybe someone will buy it on CL for $100-150.
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Old 12-28-2014, 01:45 PM
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In the middle of our fall cleanups, it snowed and we had to plow. Then the snow melted so we did some more fall cleanups. Then it snowed and we had to plow again. Then the snow melted and we did some more cleanups....you get the idea. Anyway we are finally done with the cleanups and it has been pretty calm on the snow front, so I got the whole fleet cleaned up for a couple pictures. Yes, thats the old '99 it's back in the fleet again and I've added an 8'2" V-plow and a Daniels back plow. This thing is a monster on driveways now! But heres the fleet, its not the prettiest, not the newest, and with the exception of the Ford it's all paid for so I wouldn't trade it for 3 new truck payments any day!







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Also forgot to mention that I went to GIE this year with a few friends. I did not take any of the classes because I figured for my first time going, it would be better just to take it all in. and it is certainly a LOT to take in! I would like to go every year if I can, there is a lot of great information out there and a lot of products that I never knew about that I am now looking at to make my business run more efficiently.





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Did you end up renting a shop again?

How is the enclosed working out for mowing? I'm very much on the fence as to which route I want to go on my next trailer. Kinda leaning towards open for mowing and an enclosed for applications and such.
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Old 12-30-2014, 12:07 PM
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Did you end up renting a shop again?

How is the enclosed working out for mowing? I'm very much on the fence as to which route I want to go on my next trailer. Kinda leaning towards open for mowing and an enclosed for applications and such.
I wouldn't really say thats my "shop" I don't really have a ton of indoor space for anything. I have all the room in the world outside though. If I need to work on something I just bring it home.

As far as the enclosed vs open goes, the main reason why I got the enclosed was the storage situation. Now that I have it, I really like it. It's great to just lock it up at the end of the day instead of loading and unloading everything. I am planning to get another enclosed here shortly to set up for landscaping so between the 2 trailers I shouldnt really need much inside storage.
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Nice looking fleet! Next year I gotta take you up on that offer if it comes up again!
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