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Old 08-26-2013, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by ChattahoocheeGreen View Post
There is about a 3-4 day "learning curve". Initially, it seems like you a going 100 mph and trying to spray and spread. There is a lot going on the machine. After a few days it becomes second nature. Experienced users, can fly over a lawn and do just as good a job or maybe better, with a ride-on sprayer spreader with experience.

The biggest benefit to me was that I had energy after work to do other things. Before the T3000 I was coming home and falling onto the sofa to recover. Pushing a spreader/dragging a hose all summer in the southeast simply drains you. I know that you know exactly what I mean. You have to get one!
I know exactly what you mean, if I get comfy in the recliner I'm out like a light by 8:30 it drives my wife and son crazy.
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:36 AM
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You could contact me if you'd like. James Hammer
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Old 11-27-2013, 07:36 PM
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Still for sale.

I still have this machine in my possession. This is a solid like new machine. Hours still under 30. Used it a couple of times this fall to spray my personal lawn of +\- 12,000 sq foot. Engine starts on 1st pull.

Now is the time to get ready for spring. Buy this T3000i and stop dragging hoses.
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