Kevin's Lawn & Plowing Service

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by krider, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    I just went to the Laurin website and looks like they have a new cab design for the TLBs. To be clear, I'm not bashing Laurin, I just think when you design and build something from the ground up things seem to work better.
     
  2. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    Toro Dingo helping a worker and I out with spreading 10 yards of loam. This lawn was full of sink holes. I think the developer filled this property in with tree stumps 30 years ago. The customer says it just keeps sinking. Looks good now though. I wish I took a before shot. (that's not me in the pic)

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  3. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    The dingo lifting the 110's bucket. lol

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  4. P.Services

    P.Services LawnSite Fanatic
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    naaa thats just the mulch bucket.

    how do you like that dingo? have you seen or used the ditchwitch zahn? im going to get 1 or 2 of them for sure in the spring i liked them so much.
     
  5. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
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    Great pics, and NICE setup! Welcome to the site!
    LOL...When I first saw the shots of the shed on the trailer,...I thought Cool! Hillbilly 5th wheel! :drinkup:
     
  6. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    I have only seen them online. It looks cool, but I have a few questions. first, how much are the attachments? second, how many attachments are there. third, the video on DW web site whips through the attachment process. how long does it take to change out an attachment? The cool thing about dingo is all the attachments are interchangeable between brands. (except the bobcat MT series) I like that because I buy a lot of attachments used and would have a hard time finding them if it were for a very specific machine. Cool concept though. Which do you think would be able to squeeze into a tighter spot. The dingo can get into spots that my big wheelbarrow have a hard time getting into. I really like the dingo, but I really wanted a boxer. Just a bit out of my price range at the moment. Some day. At least all the attachments will fit the boxer as well if I end up getting one at some point.

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  7. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    thanks Joe, It must have looked funny going down the road.
     
  8. Signature Landscaping1

    Signature Landscaping1 LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Mass
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    Nice equipment, where in mass?
     
  9. krider

    krider LawnSite Member
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    thanks, located near Rt 2 and Rt 495
     
  10. PTSolutions

    PTSolutions LawnSite Silver Member
    from OH
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    oops, i didnt notice you had a cab on there when i first looked through the pics. I found out that a guy on plowsite dropped 13K on his Laurin cab for a kubota m59, that blew my mind. he said the cab was great, but i just dont see how they justify 13K for that.
     

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