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Old 08-14-2003, 09:03 PM
dlandscaping dlandscaping is offline
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On an average day we take in the truck and on the trailor
36" toro belt wb
21" Proline 2 cycle toro
Either 6hp 4 cycle toro or 1993 2 cycle toro
Echo weedwhacker and Kawasaki weedwhacker
Stihl Br420 and the Br400 if theres a lot of blowing
1 shovel,rake broom
And barrels

In the fall we use
2 blue tarps
Br420 and Br400
Billy Goat
Trac Vac
Honda 21" mower (sucks up everything)
2 rakes, 2 shovels and 1 broom

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Old 08-14-2003, 09:18 PM
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2003 Dodge Ram Q/C 4x4
6x16 tandem open trailer
'91 Toro 44" Proline W/B
'98 JD GS 30 30" W/B
'00 Ariens 48" Z
'02 Toro 21" PP
'02 YardMan 21" (backup)
Stihl Trimmers FS 80 R & FS 55
Homelite bentshaft trimmer (backup)
Stihl BG 55 Blower
Stihl MS 290 FarmBoss Chain saw
Stihl Hedge Trimmers HS 45 & HS 80
Husqvarna 145 BT Backpack Blower
Homelite Backpack Blower (backup)
Craftsman Edger (JUNK)
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Old 08-15-2003, 09:04 AM
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One man show for now!

2- Honda HRC 216 21" Mowers

1- Stihl FS 200

1- Stihl FS 85 with 0 to 90 Hedge Trimmer and Edger attachments

2- Honda Trimmers

1- Stihl BG 85 Blower

1- Stihl HS 80 Hedge Trimmer
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Old 08-15-2003, 10:23 AM
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okay ,at the risk of ruining my run for president.. im gonna say it.
this will make an excellent equipment availability list,, for any one of the many rings of thieves operating out there.
i know this may be deleted ,,and i know why. but still my opinion,, of these type threads . no offense intended ... its nice to be able to see what the others are using. jmo.
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Old 08-15-2003, 03:11 PM
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Ummm, ok, so I know a guy in Pendleton, OR has a 36 inch WB. How do I find out where he parks his rig at nite? of where he mows on Tuesday? I'm Paranoid, but not that paranoid.
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Old 08-15-2003, 09:18 PM
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paranoid ,that any thing like a hemoroid.
aint been hit by the thieves lately huh.
course insurance do pay,just seemslike a copout to me to take that attitude.
to each his own.
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Old 08-16-2003, 09:32 PM
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Here Goes:

1998 Ford F-150 (black)
2000 16X102 Lawn Trailer
2001 eXmark Lazer Z HP 48 in. 21 hp Kawi.
2003 Simplicity Conquest 54 in 20 hp briggs
2002 Lawn boy 5.5 duraforce push mower
1997 Lawn Boy 5.5 push mower commercial
2 WeedEater brand trimmers
Craftsman 18" bushwackers
Graphite Shaft 22" branch cutters
Agri-Fab 25 Gal. sprayer
GreenLawn 2 gal. sprayer
Craftsman Leaf Blower w/vac attachment
Craftsman electric Edger
Rakes Shovels etc.
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1998 Dodge 1500 4x4
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01' eXmark lazer Z hp
03'Simplicity Conquest
Lawn Boy and Stihl trimmers
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Old 08-16-2003, 11:54 PM
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One man show

Daily:

2003 Dodge 2500 HO Cummins
6X14 open trailer
2002 Scag 48'' Hydro
1999 Ariens 21'' push mower
Stihl KM 85 with the trimmer, edger, cultivator and adjustable hedge trimmer attachments.
Husqvarna 225l Trimmer
Husqvarna BT165 back pack

When needed:

Scag 48'' belt
Lawn Boy 21''
Little Wonder 11hp blower
Husqvarna 45 chainsaw
Stihl HS 45 Hedge clippers
Stihl BG (not sure of #) hand held blower
Lot's of hand tools.
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Old 08-17-2003, 01:01 AM
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I did phase out and sell a large amount of equipment. As posted in the "teenagers in the business" post a few months ago, my equipment was just starting to be in a changing year. Trying to move in newer stuff and get rid of the older stuff.


Major Equipment for 3 crews:

(1) 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac w/ Boss Plow 4x4
(1) 2003 Ford Ranger Edge 4x4
(1) 1997 Ford F-250 w/ Fischer Plow 4x4
(1) 1995 Ford Ranger Splash
(1) 1991 Toyota Pickup 4x4
(1) 6'x16' Landscape Trailer w/ Racks
(1) 6.5'x13' Landscape Trailer w/ racks
(1) 6'x12' Landscape Trailer w/ racks
(1) 6'x10' Landscape Trailer
(1) 5'x8' Landscape Trailer w/ hydro dump lift
(1) Kubota B2410HSD 4x4 Tractor (currently on 36 month financing plan)
(1) 2003 54" Lesco Z-Two Rider 23hp
(1) 2003 52" Lesco Hydro WB
(1) 2003 48" Lesco Belt WB
(1) 2002 48" Lesco Hydro WB
(1) 1998 48" Kees Belt WB
(1) 2003 36" Lesco Belt WB
(1) 2001 36" Lesco Belt WB
(5) 1999-2003 Toro 3-in-1 Recycler mowers 6.5hp
(6) Echo SRM-2100 String Trimmers
(5) Echo PB-403 Backpack Blowers
(2) Echo PB-200 Handheld Blowers
(4) Echo HC-1500 Hedge Trimmers
(1) Echo HCR-1500 Hedge Trimmer (rotating handle)
(2) Echo CS-300 Chain Saw
(1) Husqvarna 351XL Chain Saw
(1) Lesco 4hp 26" Aerator
(1) JRCO Front Mount Tine Rake Dethatcher
(1) Lesco 5hp Renovator
(1) Honda FG100 Tiller
(5) 6 cuft wheelbarrows
(2) 3 cuft wheelbarrows
(3) Lesco Walk-Behind Spreaders
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Old 08-17-2003, 04:28 PM
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Steve w/ Quality Landscape from New York,

I find it very hard to believe that a 16 year old kid has accumulated all of that equipment. Either you are lying or it's your dad's business but you want to play it off as yours. To make it easy, let's see the pictures of all of your stuff. I am 25 and don't have half of what you listed but am a good size operation. If you prove me wrong then great but I don't think that's going to happen.

Josh
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