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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Potchkins, Dec 13, 2003.
what can i get away with,
what about some of the others?
let me know what yal think.
Fork at Walmart $9.99
Try an ad in a penny saver type paper for a used one maybe. I bought mine at a repossessed auction.
Our original Leaf Vacuum was from Landscapers Supply, had it for 8 seasons used hard until the motor finally went on it. It wasn't the prettiest machine but it worked well, had an 11hp Briggs & Stratton I/C. We may rebuild the motor this winter and use it as a second machine next season. We bought a Lesco last season and had a lot of problems with the motor, but it is working great now after new rods and heads. I guess it all depends on how much money you want to spend and how much you'll be using it.
can you post a link?
where do you buy lesco?
Landscapersupply.com I don't know if the model we had/have is on the website, but it is in their catalog.
sorry, www.Lesco.com type in your area code for nearest dealer. Our is 1 1/2 hours away , but the service is excellent!
what about lesco's prices?
CANTOO has it right, I would have suggested a 'tarp N rake'..
cheep is just that. Look at your list of toys and you want a cheap leaf loader, go dig up one of the cans you have buried in the back yard and purchase something that will do the job.
Find a used one now and rebuld it in the off season. verry cheep
Chevy's version of Jeep!? Sorryyy!
If i stay in the biz next year I am going to look into getting one too. I think Ill buy an old one and have my small engine guy fix it up. He's the father of a lady in our church and he works for $5.00 an hour!!! It's more of a hobby but he knows his stuff!!