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Criders Lawn Care,LLc Equipment Pics, Work Pics

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by CriderLawn09, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    A bunch of random propertys we maintain.

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  2. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    A few fall Leaf Removal pics and a few pics of our leaf loader, and leaf box in action!

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  3. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
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  4. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    More Leaf cleanups....:sleeping:

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  5. LawnMan19

    LawnMan19 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Your work and equipment both look great. Thumbs Up
     
  6. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    Some more property maintenance..

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  7. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    Hey thanks guys I haven't been on here in a while maybe a glance here or there, we are getting ready for snow removal now, have any of you guys had any experence with the 2x3-8 concrete barriers they use for mulch bins and salt bins? I was wondering if i could move them in place with my skid steer? its like 2800lbs working capacity i think :confused: I have a buddy whos in the excavating business so a getting a back hoe will be no problem but Im always bugging him for equipment around the shop lol Thanks guys !
     
  8. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
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    I love getting out of the office and going with one of my crews, it used to be work but now striping up them yards is kinda of relaxing:confused: lol

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  9. stuntmanlogan

    stuntmanlogan LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks like you had a great season, everything looks good. I am also 20 myself. I don't have a crew yet, I try to do as much as I can on my own. For snow I do always have a guy shoveling with me though. Anyways how do you like those sulky's? I have been thinking about getting the same one for my walk behind, still undecided.
     
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  10. CriderLawn09

    CriderLawn09 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 182

    Hey Thanks man! and take your time with the multiple crews and having employees, finding the right people can be hard at times and make you pull your hair out, I kind of jumped in blind at running crews and having employees and after i found some good guys it made alot better the best advice i have is find one good guy you can trust doing anything for every crew you have, so if you have 5 crews you need 5 of them guys, and as for the sulkeys we love them on our ferris walk behinds but i hooked one up on the turf tracer and it wouldnt pull it on a hill i guess its too heavy for its wheel base or something but it works great on the ferris, you never leave your controls when turning and thats my favorite thing, and no silly looking tire mark in the middle of your stripe ( no offense if anyone likes that) but they will wear out just as fast as velke and cost about 380$ so they wont last any longer but we grease them daily and get about 1 1/12 out of them and then we just replace the bearings and tires and good to go again! Hope that helps!
     

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