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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by Allens LawnCare, Dec 23, 2003.
Anyone from RI/CT
Aye Milford Ct, which is like dead center between Bridgeport and New Haven
Nice to meet you jammer we share a lot of the same taste in equipment
Love my lazers and shindawas I do like the br420 stihl back packs but I have the extended curve attachment on all of them other wise they are worthless if you cant aim as for trucks
89-gmc 3500 11 foot rack
98-dodge ram ext cap 1500 long bed
99-dodge ram ext cap 1500 short bed
I did get my trailer in your neck of the woods I had a custom one built at Bethany welding and I do seem to find myself on rout 67 a lot on my way to Chatfields power equipment.
You can see my Display Gardens @ Oxford Hardware and Southford store on your ride.We also did the Drexel Building in Orange on Rt 1. You can Call me for Tractor or hydroseeding (if u dont have em)work.
I could see calling you on that kind of work I dont have a hydro seeder I do have access to a little more then a dozen pay loaders fork lifts and back hoes though my step dads farm but I still do not have a heavy equipment trailer thus I wont be using any of that except on my own place
Allways willing to help, We hydro seeded Drexel on rt1.
I'd like to check the Stihl backpacks but can't locate them on their website. All I can find are the backpack blowers. Where do I look?
Hey everyone. Enfield,Ct here. I'm not in bussiness yet. I'm planning on starting up when I get out of the Marines.
http://www.stihlusa.com/ that has all the blower info it's the companys web site