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Old 10-03-2007, 09:31 PM
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im def going with a used trailer as of right now i have a toyota camry towing is an issue but im looking to trade in the camry for a truck nothing big maybe like a ford ranger type truck... i think ill befine with a hand held blower at first...i have seen what looks 2 be commercial grade walk behinds that have a "deck" in the back that u stand on it looks allmost exactly identical to most of the walk behinds i have seen anyone know what this is and if so how much they run? im worried about what i will use on a bigger lawn...also if the smaller truck idea will work for what the normal lawn care provider hauls?? any help is great thanks guys... really lookin for the answer to that walk behind with that stand on deck ~
i would suggest getting a fullsize truck, you'll reget it if you don't. it's nice for fall cleanups, hallin things and trailers. i used to have a jeep grand cherokee, but recently traded it in for a 99 F150. it's not much more $ to get a fullsize. i have a 54" kubota zt., 12' trailer. im 19 yrs old
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Old 10-04-2007, 04:33 PM
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The deck you are referring to is called a sulke. It is towed behind the walkbehind and you can ride on it so you can mow open areas at a faster speed than you can walk. I would agree with everyone get commercial equipment...check craigslist.com for good used stuff. And try to get a truck with an 8 foot bed, will make life easier for you
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