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Old 01-04-2010, 07:22 PM
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i feel, mr turfco bob, that you are going to get the heck bashed out of you for that comment.

more than copying, we are making any machine capable of a unique type of application. you started out using that type as standard for your machine. the zsprays started out suing a boom. you made a boom as an add on as you obviously realized it pays to have the capability of both app style. so sure, we are adding another capabilty to our machines for functionality, not claiming to have a market cornered or whatever it is you obviously think you have in favor of your machine.

in the end, it is about options, and you and zsprays have added them to the table.

Please keep your snide comments to yourself as they are of no use here. we dont care, we dont try to ruin a thread about your machines(at least most of us, there is always jerks). so toodeloo and keep to sponsoring your company instead of being a bonifide 10 yr old in action and mentality. Thanks, a serious lawnsite user!
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Old 01-04-2010, 07:37 PM
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Grassman you foregot to mention there are jerks on both sides of the fence! Also back to the subject I have a different tip than Rodney
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Old 01-04-2010, 08:00 PM
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TURFCOBob,

Why did you have to go there? Why can't you keep your nose out?

Ooooookkkkk...here ya go little buddy!

All we are doing is adding a boomless flood tip to our machine.

Don't pat yourself on the back too much as all it really is, is an added spray system (cost about $60 or less total to add)!

Unless you invented the Hypro Flood tip...you didn't come up with anything, you are just putting it on your machine like we are!


As stated...why did you get into the ride on market. You are in your second year so that must be a great compliment to PG and Z-Spray that have been in it for 10 years.

Z set the bar high and continues to raise it everyday...GOOD LUCK!


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Oh jeez......I'll stay outta this one
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Oh jeez......I'll stay outta this one
Why...they ask for it!

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Old 01-04-2010, 08:23 PM
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Oh jeez......I'll stay outta this one
You MUST BE SPEECHLESS
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Old 01-04-2010, 08:59 PM
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OK, I'll limit my comments on the afformentioned post

Well, I think it's a great add-on! I spoke w/ they guys at LT Rich this year about having a wider boom built that I could swap out for the smaller one on large open properties. Looks like this boomless tip could give some of those benefits without all the hassle! As long as the wind is calm...
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:11 PM
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OK, I'll limit my comments on the afformentioned post

Well, I think it's a great add-on! I spoke w/ they guys at LT Rich this year about having a wider boom built that I could swap out for the smaller one on large open properties. Looks like this boomless tip could give some of those benefits without all the hassle! As long as the wind is calm...
My thoughts exactly best of both worlds brought to you by the fine people of LT RICH . from eight to 13 ft with a turn of a valve 15 if you use the green tip
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My thoughts exactly best of both worlds brought to you by the fine people of LT RICH . from eight to 13 ft with a turn of a valve 15 if you use the green tip
Liberty and A Plus Bob,

Exactly!

Very well put!


A Plus Bob,

Funny saying by the bottom by the way!

Has that been on there very long?
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:19 PM
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A Plus Bob,

Funny saying by the bottom by the way!

Has that been on there very long?
Nope it just hit me after a recent post so I added it
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