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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by 3rd tractor generation, Jan 14, 2006.
picture of all maintenance equipment its from kind of far back
nice collection none the less
It has a 36" cut a 12.5 hp briggs and stratton it's 20? years old but gets the job done. Plus next to free is hard to pass up.
Thanks its all been accumualted in the past year so it may not be the best but its all paid for and theres already been more additions.
Equipment in picture:
Redmax 8000 blower
husquvarna 323L string trimmer
shindawia T231 string trimmer
stihl Hl 100k hedge trimmer
stihl fs 45 hedge trimmer
Echo hc 160 hedge trimmer(dads I just steal every once in a while to use)
Husquvarna 36 chainsaw(dads I just steal every once in a while to use)
mac chainsaw(dads I just steal every once in a while to use)
Old 020 chainsaw
Stihl mini farmboss
walkbehind 8 hp blower
ancient front tine rototiller
Bluebird 26" aerator
honda 2600 psi pressure washer
another echo pb4600
echo cs360 top handle saw
old xl homelite saw 36" bar
All towed by an 84 K10 with a 6X12 trailer
Good items to start out with. In a few years you will have new and better equipment. But when you say Husky 36 chainsaw you mean 36 as in model #? And whats the need for and old homielite' with a 36" bar. Anything that big should be done by the professionals, such as my company (me and my brother.)
P.S. Id stick with husky chainsaws they take the beeting better
hey 3rd tractor generation,
Are you gonna take this crap from a 15 year old? lol lol lol
We, Me and my dad do tree work saturday and sunday. I do the lawncare on the week although in the spring and fall theres not much time for tree work. we have more equipment that is more related to the tree service side of the business but my dad purchased most of it. And yes 36 is the model size.
Climber how would you consider yourself a proffesional in the tree service if your only sixteen. I am only 18 and know i am still only learning, before ever contracting out to do a job I worked for a old timer who does tree service in the winter. So I climb and my dad works the ground.
With that attitude you will be successful! We all have something to learn... it never ends!