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Old 11-20-2013, 04:15 PM
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Some containers we planted.





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Old 11-20-2013, 04:17 PM
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Just a couple garden photos.

Lupines, missouri evening primrose (yellow), and more of the petunias we grew.


My oakleaf hydrangeas flowered pretty good this year



That's it for this season.
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how many hours do you have on your kubota now using it for a wide range of jobs?
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The toro turf master 30" is nice also hate the transmission issue. Heard from toro that when they have a fix for that it will be free o charge. Wishing for a better winter than the last few. The toro aerator looks sweet, would like to have one but couldn't justify the cost for one.
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Old 11-21-2013, 05:30 PM
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Thanks for posting GLS, everything looks awesome. Hope the Duramax is holding up!
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Old 11-21-2013, 06:20 PM
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how many hours do you have on your kubota now using it for a wide range of jobs?
We actually don't use it all that often. We've only racked up about 350 hours to date. But it's nice to have when needed. I hate renting equipment.
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Old 11-21-2013, 06:23 PM
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The toro turf master 30" is nice also hate the transmission issue. Heard from toro that when they have a fix for that it will be free o charge. Wishing for a better winter than the last few. The toro aerator looks sweet, would like to have one but couldn't justify the cost for one.
Hopefully they resolve the issue, because I like everything else about the mower. I wish they would build a trans similar to the commercial 21" 3-speeds. Never had an issue with them and they will pull you up a hill.

The price of the toro aerator is hard to swallow, but damn it's efficient. We were gonna buy a second walk behind, but took the stander as a demo and fell in love. We at least have some very large accounts that it is justifiable.
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Old 11-21-2013, 06:25 PM
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Thanks for posting GLS, everything looks awesome. Hope the Duramax is holding up!
No prob. The duramax is running strong (knock on wood). Unfortunately the body is starting to fall apart. The part below the doors is rusting away, actually have some holes already. Hoping to keep it running as long as possible.
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No prob. The duramax is running strong (knock on wood). Unfortunately the body is starting to fall apart. The part below the doors is rusting away, actually have some holes already. Hoping to keep it running as long as possible.
My duramax is rotting apart as well, but mine is older than yours. My 01 still runs like a top but the salt kills trucks. They rot from the inside out. Just keep your eye on it and you'll be fine. I'm redoing the rusted parts on mine real soon before the cancer spreads.
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