A More Capable Wright Stander

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Strawbridge Lawn, Mar 14, 2005.

  1. Strawbridge Lawn

    Strawbridge Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
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    Making the most out of what we own allows us to do more work quickly and efficiently. These photos show the addition of a tow hitch on my 36" Wright Stander. I now can tow aerate, fertilize and tow a 17SF trailer full of mulch with no problem. I weigh 110 and have uet to lift the front end while towing unless I try to.
     
  2. Strawbridge Lawn

    Strawbridge Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
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    Anyone know how to post a picute to this site?
    Thanks..
     
  3. TClawn

    TClawn LawnSite Silver Member
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    when your posting, go the the "manage attachments button, click on it. a window will come up with an area where you can either type in your file name or click the Browse button to select the picture from files stored on your computor. press up load, and your done.
     
  4. Strawbridge Lawn

    Strawbridge Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
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    I think I got it.. Pics were to large

    STANDER B.jpg
     
  5. Strawbridge Lawn

    Strawbridge Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
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    another view

    standerback.JPG
     
  6. Lawnchoice

    Lawnchoice LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks pretty good, nice welds.

    How many times have you whacked your shins on it? :)
     
  7. Classic

    Classic LawnSite Member
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    That should be real good for your hydro drive system..

    Smart idea!
     
  8. impactlandscaping

    impactlandscaping LawnSite Silver Member
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    Guess you won't be doing any more wheelies...lol
    Good idea, BTW. We have used ours for things other than mowing too.. :D
     
  9. Teiman

    Teiman LawnSite Member
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    Cool hitch.

    I might do that myself.

    Wright Mfg wouldnt do it casue some
    bonehead would fall off, get runover and sue them.

    Lawyers remind me of the dog crap stuck to your
    tire (in the pics) left rear.
     
  10. Planet Landscaping

    Planet Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    Too much work. Just Drill a hole on the foot platform.This is how we tow our aerators, Works like a charm. :waving:
     

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