Got a new trencher!

Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by ACP Services, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. ACP Services

    ACP Services LawnSite Member
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    Just sighned on a new Toro Trx 20 trencher.
    The plan is to grow the business by taking on more installs, thus far I have stuck to repairs mostley due to the cost and time of renting. Can't wait for the cold to go away so I can get to work!
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  2. 1idejim

    1idejim LawnSite Fanatic
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    Best of luck :)
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  3. DanaMac

    DanaMac LawnSite Fanatic
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    Photos, or it didn't happen :)
     
  4. ACP Services

    ACP Services LawnSite Member
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    photos to come! I won't pick it up for another week, they have to get in the backfill blade and 24" boom.
     
  5. 1idejim

    1idejim LawnSite Fanatic
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    You're talking to a seasoned crowd here, you gotta post a pic, period. We accept all forms of brass nozzles, resized rainmaster controller wiring, micro brews and ski trips along with my favorite, dogs. If you don't have a pic, post one just like yours. :)

    Oh, forgot the 8,10 or 12 valves in a standard box pics. Those are crowd pleasers.
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  6. Wet_Boots

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    12 zone valves in a standard box? Now you're just being silly. :nono:

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  7. NC_Irrigator

    NC_Irrigator LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Man I love your new trencher! You must be Rollin

    They said she was ready to rock and roll and had low hrs!

    Hey, did you pick up that classy new tractor in the background too?

    How did you stumble across such a little gem?

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  8. ACP Services

    ACP Services LawnSite Member
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    Wow, this is a tough crowd. Funny none the less. Sorry to inform you guys that it will take more than that to rain on my parade! Funny the disparity though, I would think that all the ridiculous questions from home owner do it yourselfers would have garnered more of your wrath than my post. ;)
     
  9. 1idejim

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    It's been slow :) what can we say. We like pics :waving:
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  10. ACP Services

    ACP Services LawnSite Member
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    I will follow up with pics when I accept delivery, I know I could just find one like mine but that seems like false representation to me. I know what you mean about being slow... We are actually having a winter here in Texas and I am loosing my mind sitting on my ass. I have finally made up my mind to commit to doing just irrigation and the added pressure of making this move is just wearing on me, I'm ready to get moving and build this business over again. My business to date has been a very diversified one. I do total home maintenance which has included irrigation. It keeps me busy no doubt, I almost always have something to do, but finding help is impossible. It is hard to find reliable help thatcan do one thing much less all the different tjings I do. So in order to grow an actual business and not just be self employed I have decided to do jusr irrigation. That side of the business overtook the other side of things this year and I don't even advertise, so buying the trencher advertising and growing that service seems to be the natural coarse. I will be able to finally get help and grow. Anyway, sorry to be long winded, but hey I'm bored sitting here watching it rain and sleet....
     

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