Brian's Lawn Care Equipment/Work Pictures

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by baseball9074, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. baseball9074

    baseball9074 LawnSite Member
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    Thanks man, I can't wait to put it to use this spring.
     
  2. Landrus2

    Landrus2 LawnSite Platinum Member
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    That is a nice mower good luck on your 2013 season:waving:
     
  3. APLUS LAWN CARE

    APLUS LAWN CARE LawnSite Senior Member
    Male, from North Missouri
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    Nice looking Turf Tracer! Best of luck in 2013!
     
  4. Nick's Lawn Care

    Nick's Lawn Care LawnSite Senior Member
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    I agree, that Turf Tracer is awesome!
     
  5. baseball9074

    baseball9074 LawnSite Member
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    Thanks for all the compliments. When is a good time to start doing mulch? I'm only asking, since my neighbors company mulched this week.
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  6. lalllc

    lalllc LawnSite Member
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    we start clean ups by mid March. once you do that it will be time to do your mulching. I live in Fort Wayne In.
     
  7. Nate'sLawnCare

    Nate'sLawnCare LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Nice setup! Hope you have a successful year.
     
  8. Exmarkboy13

    Exmarkboy13 LawnSite Senior Member
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    how does the turf tracer do with wet grass? how does it do with tall grass/bi-weeklies ??
     
  9. lalllc

    lalllc LawnSite Member
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    I know the TT does a great job in wet grass. However the Toro has a shoot you can move to help with the wet grass. I bought one for a girl who works for me. she had a hard time with the grips so I got her a T handel and it has a shoot that can be moved for wet and tall grass. However the TT is great. Hope this helps.
     
  10. baseball9074

    baseball9074 LawnSite Member
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    I will find out how this one does once the grass starts to grow. When I worked for another company he had an x series with the 23 hp kawasaki and about 8 years old and it did fine in the wet. You just have to slow down and occasionally blow out the clumps. In tall/ biweekly cuts, it all depended on how much it had grown but for the most part did fine.
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