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Old 12-15-2010, 12:19 AM
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I really like that truck, Did it come with those mirrors or did you do that?
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Old 12-15-2010, 08:45 AM
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looks like fun to back into that garage from the pic.

nice little workspace you have there, is it the house garage or separate?
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Old 12-15-2010, 10:57 AM
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Looks good Brad. I still haven't had a chance to clean up my mower yet. Maybe this weekend.
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Old 12-15-2010, 07:01 PM
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Very nice alll that maintenance stuff is expensive although I get the stuuf for cheap. I will do all my stuff in the spring.
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Old 12-15-2010, 07:12 PM
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whats the echo thing?
in the parts picture its filters plus etc other pictures are my trimmers blowers etc??

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Looks good.all nice and clean haha.it looks great.i cleaned all my stuff a few weeks back.is most of the stuff stay at the shop over winter or some stuff at your garage.
it will all stay in my shop under cover but not heated
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looks good, like what i wnat to achive,
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Looks good man, I need to do that to all my stuff too. I'm still working though lol, I hope to be done by the weekend though.
yeah I am glad to be done with cleanups all though I got 2 landscaping jobs to do when the snow melts here
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I really like that truck, Did it come with those mirrors or did you do that?
added the tow mirrors
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looks like fun to back into that garage from the pic.

nice little workspace you have there, is it the house garage or separate?
Thats our garage not attached to the house. thats an easy day when my mom dads and sisters vehicles are not there. plus I have to back all the way down our alley.
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Looks good Brad. I still haven't had a chance to clean up my mower yet. Maybe this weekend.
I know busy with the snow looks like we will have a break for now I wanted to get it out of the way
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Very nice alll that maintenance stuff is expensive although I get the stuuf for cheap. I will do all my stuff in the spring.
I do all mine now I dont like all that cruddy oil sitting in there all winter plus I put stabalizer in every tank to keep the fuel fresh. Plus cleaning the decks so that is not all sitting up in there then fluid film every deck cable bolt caster etc
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Old 12-15-2010, 07:20 PM
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Just wondering what do u keep in the trailer toolbox.like a tarp,oil etc..and what trimmer line u use brad.i like some stuff called rhino tuff from home depot.0.95 for my srm 225 and the gt200 gets the same but that is pre cut line.since its a diffrent head.i have a few rolls of the 0.95 like three.and i have a roll of maxi edge .95 too.just wondering.
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Old 12-15-2010, 07:24 PM
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Just wondering what do u keep in the trailer toolbox.like a tarp,oil etc..and what trimmer line u use brad.i like some stuff called rhino tuff from home depot.0.95 for my srm 225 and the gt200 gets the same but that is pre cut line.since its a diffrent head.i have a few rolls of the 0.95 like three.and i have a roll of maxi edge .95 too.just wondering.
tarp, trimmer line, wheel chocks, bunjees, straps, spare trimmer head, spare belts/parts, bige ratchet/socket for trailer tires etc...
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Old 12-15-2010, 07:29 PM
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tarp, trimmer line, wheel chocks, bunjees, straps, spare trimmer head, spare belts/parts, bige ratchet/socket for trailer tires etc...
Ok,kool.thanks.just wondering.can u get some pics of it.and brad what brand tools u use.they seem nice.looks like craftsman stuff.if it is i got craftsman shovels and rakes.and true temper.and a brand new husky shovel.how about pruners and loppers i need some good pairs of that.what do u use.
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Old 12-15-2010, 09:51 PM
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^^^ Good question, Also what was wrong witht the ramp?
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Old 12-15-2010, 09:55 PM
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Haha thanks.
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