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Old 11-11-2001, 03:41 PM
Stephen Stephen is offline
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Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Sullivan County, NY
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started out this year purchasing a 2yd stainless steel sander, but the year got more expensive as it went on. Ended up with:

1983 Mack cab over sweeper and a sweeping business
60" Exmark Lazer Z
Echo split boom trimmer w/edger attatchment
Echo power pruner
5x10 trailer for leaf vac, replaces trailer totaled in accident
1995 1 ton chevy dump w/plow, replaces truck totaled in accident
Copier for office
misc. hand tools
stihl br 400 backpack blower
and misc. smaller items needed

for the winter blues a 1998 Polaris 440 snowmobile w/low miles
and a triton aluminum snowmobile trailer

and also ended up with a slightly peeved off girlfriend which came mostly after the snowmobile........LOL

so far for next year I ordered an Exmark Ultra-vac and am wishing for an 18 foot enclosed trailer and a new diesel pickup

........and really in my dreams is some good help



Stephen
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Old 11-11-2001, 03:53 PM
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looks like business is going well stephen. keep up the good work
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Old 11-11-2001, 05:48 PM
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Join Date: Oct 2001
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new this yr

2 scag ultimate 48 w/b"s with velkes (trader older hydro in ) echo b/p blower another trailer 14 ft with trimmer trap racks echo hedge trimmers ariens 21 walk behind and many miscellous items i try to trade one mower a yr as to have a new one or 2 always running wish list another new walk and many more miscellous items ( always buying and replacing older euipment with newer stuff)
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Old 11-11-2001, 08:48 PM
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this year-
fuel and oil for equipment, trimmer line, 1995 F250 HD XL 351 5.8L gas 4wd auto fisher 8' m/m plow, strobes for the truck.

next year (depending on how business goes)-

-1 ton mason dump (used)
- another walkbehind or a used ztr
- a new backpack leaf blower
- another 8 or 9hp push blower
-possibly a v-box spreader for the 250
- a bigger trailer
and hopefully a used 4 wheeler for me


bryan

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Old 11-11-2001, 09:03 PM
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Chuck, maybe you should e-mail this thread to some potential sponsor's of this site. It might give them an idea of the buying power of this group..
GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan etc
Jim from Turf might want to edit his about the crapsman.
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Old 11-11-2001, 11:53 PM
THIEM ENT. THIEM ENT. is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Columbia, MD
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This Year:

Exmark Turf Tracer 60"
Scag 36"
Bobcat 36"
Bunton 48"
Echo SRM-2400
Echo PB-650
Stihl 019T
Echo HC-1500
Tool Box for my truck

I think next year I'll buy a bigger trailer to haul all the stuff I bought this year. 6.5 x 16 maybe?
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Old 11-12-2001, 12:08 AM
casey
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This Year:

A spool of Barracuda trimmer line (it was on sale at Wal Mart).
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Old 11-12-2001, 04:36 PM
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cantoo:

Jim at TURF Magazine here. You're right. I should not be slamming folks ... I was just kidding ... but you are right.

As far as this thread being great exposure for lawnsite ... I will be running this as a column in the January issue (minus my wise cracks) ... and before that ... I'll be faxing a copy to a long list of fine companies who advertise in TURF and who should be sponsoring lawnsite. Hope this will help.
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Old 11-12-2001, 04:45 PM
stslawncare stslawncare is offline
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wow thanks a lot jim for all that u are doing we at lawnsite appreciate it! IM GOING TO BE FAMOUS!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-12-2001, 05:11 PM
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Starting slow and p/t since I had a full time job at a country club. This was my second year (first full year) in business and didn't really do any advertising until the end of the year just to kinda get my name out there. Next year hope to hit the ground running since this is my f/t gig now.

Gateway computer
redmax wacker & hh blower
6.5 x 12 trailer
2001 chevy 4/4 (now selling)
3 landscape programs
pressure washer
20" stihl chain saw
48" exmart walk behind

Next year:

8 something bobcat
tc35 new holland w/ hydrostat
f450 w 4/4 diesel (should be coming in two weeks)
52" lazer
fertilizer spreaders
new accounts?!?!
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