After buyin my new truck I decided that I should build racks for my trailer to get my small equip. out of the truck so i'd be less likely to scratch/dent it. While in my mowing route with my old truck and setup I would put the backpacks and the weed wackers in the truck bed. I would have to open the tail gate at every stop to get the blowers out, and reach over the side to get the wackers. I constructed a dual weed wacker rack over my trailer axle, and came up with a system for the blowers, gas cans and milk crate full of odd parts like string, oil, wrenches, etc. The blowers can be started while still on the rack, and are at a height were you can almost just step into the straps. Fuel and string is located an arms length away. Here is my bobbyG question: How much time does this setup save per stop, on average? How do you do things to become effecient? If you are not efficient you are working harder for less. Work smarter, not harder.