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Old 06-05-2014, 11:13 PM
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2008 ram 2500
6x10 open trailer with some cheap wood sides thrown on
wright 36'' RH and 52'' X
husqvarna 326ls trimmer
husqvarna 570 bts blower
stihl hedge trimmer
husqvarna 240 16'' chainsaw

Awesome!!! How Do Ya Like The Blower? Me & You Ain't To Far Away, I'm In Nixa & Springfield, Missouri. Thank's For Replying.
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Old 06-05-2014, 11:23 PM
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I run 2 solo crews

2011 ram 4500 crew cab with 9 foot dump
6.10x20 ft trailer with side gate and basket and trimmer rack
2013 exmark x series 72 inch lazer with trac vac system
2004 exmark hp 44 inch lazer with accelorator side bagger
1 2014 exmark x series 21
1 new br 600 stihl back pack with curved tip
1 new rx 100 stihl trimmer with speed feed head
2-4 no spill gas cans depending on the day.
Stihl hand tools such as folding saw a set of loppers and hand pruners
1 stihl set of 24 inch hedge trimmers

crew 2

2012 ram 4500 4x4 crew cab with 9 foot dump
6x16 ft trailer with basket and trimmer rack and drop axels
2013 exmark x series 60 inch lazer with trac vac system
2005 exmark 36 inch tthp with stand on and accelorator side bagger
1 new br 600 stihl back pack with curved tip
1 new rx 100 stihl trimmer with speed feed head
2-4 no spill gas cans depending on the day.
Stihl hand tools such as folding saw a set of loppers and hand pruners

Then we have about 100k worth of stuff that doesn't go out on a typical lawn mowing day.

Sweet! How Long Have You Been Using No-Spill? I Thought About Buying New No-Spill Can's But Instead I Bought Replacement EZ-Pour Spout's With The Vent Kit. Which Is Made In MO. Thank's For Replying.
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Old 06-05-2014, 11:52 PM
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02 F-150
6x12 enclosed trailer
Husqvarna M-ZT 52
Husqvarna YTH2348
Husqvarna 326ls trimmer
Stihl FS90r trimmer
Echo SRM-2100 trimmer
Husqvarna 130BT blower
Husqvarna 350BT blower
Husqvarna 122HD60 hedge trimmers
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:09 AM
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02 F-150
6x12 enclosed trailer
Husqvarna M-ZT 52
Husqvarna YTH2348
Husqvarna 326ls trimmer
Stihl FS90r trimmer
Echo SRM-2100 trimmer
Husqvarna 130BT blower
Husqvarna 350BT blower
Husqvarna 122HD60 hedge trimmers
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Out Of All Your Trimmer's, Which Is Your Favorite & Why?
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:16 AM
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Out Of All Your Trimmer's, Which Is Your Favorite & Why?
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Honestly, It's a tie between the Stihl And husqvarna. The Stihl is tough as nails and I love the way it sounds, But, It is noticeably heavier than the Husqvarna. Right now, I am use to using the Husqvarna, It is lightweight and doesn't tire you out. The Stihl is a bit heavier and gets tiring after a day of trimming. I love both trimmers. I never use the Echo, it collects dust in the garage.
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:18 AM
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Honestly, It's a tie between the Stihl And husqvarna. The Stihl is tough as nails and I love the way it sounds, But, It is noticeably heavier than the Husqvarna. Right now, I am use to using the Husqvarna, It is lightweight and doesn't tire you out. The Stihl is a bit heavier and gets tiring after a day of trimming. I love both trimmers. I never use the Echo, it collects dust in the garage.
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:38 AM
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I never use the Echo, it collects dust in the garage.
Since you insist, I will give you postage for it! Want me to PM my address?
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:10 AM
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Since you insist, I will give you postage for it! Want me to PM my address?
Lol. I would my Dad likes to use it every now and then
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Old 06-06-2014, 05:04 AM
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2nd year in the biz
2014 F350
6x12 Open Trailer w/ Side Ramp
BobCat ProCat 61"
Sutech Stealth 33"
Echo SRM-230 Trimmer
Echo PE-2000 Edger
RedMax EBZ-7500 Blower
Echo HC-152 Hedge Trimmers
Tons of other junk
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Old 06-06-2014, 07:48 AM
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