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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jds720, May 30, 2008.
Cut off your truck when going down hill!!
On the serious side, when I got the mustang(in pic) it was like $15 to fill up. Cost me $48 the other day!
Only mow lawns on your street so you dont have to use a truck.
Get out of the biz.
dang i didnt know my mother was on lawnsite. On a serious note dont let your stuff run when your not using it. clean airfilters tighten routes get efi on your new Ztrs. just think of it this way. One guy with a rake has over head of what 8 dollars an hour for his pay plus 10%tax and insurance. so you figure what 15 bucks an hour. Guy with a brand new back pack 15plus 500 for new backpack. but who moves more crap. just purchase smart and dont waste steps, But dont CUT CORNERS. you cant make it in the field if you dont have customers.
Well, I don't know how much this will help......BUT
This may save alot over time.
I normally let my F-250 run while looking at properties to give a bid.
At $4.80 p/gal...I must be crazy.
I guess I will have to agree with the earlier post...
DON'T RUN EQUIPMENT UNLESS YOUR USING IT!!!!
DANG THAT A/C FEELS GOOD THOUGH!!!!!
hey i hear that in the winter my truck runs alot for nothing when plowing its dang cold out last thing i wanna do is get back in a cold truck
How to save gas?
Here's what I am doing;
Got a diesel mower
and a Toyota 4-cylinder Truck,
and a Husqvarna 326LS Trimmer.
I've found all these to be very fuel efficient.
Keep the route as tightly condensed as possible.
You can also add a fuel and oil surcharge of say 5%,
customers should be understanding of this.
use an electric mower?