LCO "Tips and Tricks"

Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by Sprinkler Buddy, Apr 17, 2013.

  1. FoghornLeghorn

    FoghornLeghorn LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
    Posts: 752

    Try to buy all the same trimmers, blowers, etc. That way you only need to keep one set of filters, plugs and fuel filters when the time comes.

    Also, you never have to try to remember any model #'s, they're all the same.

    Also, if you're a big outfit, try buying all the exact same model mowers. It makes repairs and parts replacements easier for the mechanic. Also, he only has to "learn" one machine, that way he can work faster without having to remember the nuances of 7 different mowers.
     
  2. minilawn

    minilawn LawnSite Member
    from CO
    Posts: 65

    Don't worry about what everyone else is doing.
     
  3. 9ball1018

    9ball1018 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 110

    Always bring extras shirts to change into for those sweat soaked days.
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  4. zechstoker

    zechstoker LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 976

    Days like tomorrow when it's suppose to be 90 degrees?

    PS: thanks for the spare shirt reminder.
     
  5. THIESSENS TLC

    THIESSENS TLC LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 759

    Lock up your equipment when not in use.
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  6. zackvbra

    zackvbra LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 554

    Keep go-jo in the truck. You'll be suprised how much you need it after you start using it.
     
  7. sealcutter

    sealcutter LawnSite Senior Member
    from PA.
    Posts: 256

    When string trimming do it with your mouth closed.:laugh:
     
  8. Blade Runners

    Blade Runners LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,021

    Check out the Gorilla lift. I have one on a 7 ft heavy duty gate and it helps alot. I doubt I could even lift the gate without it.
     
  9. M&L

    M&L LawnSite Member
    Posts: 245

    +1 to that.
     
  10. zechstoker

    zechstoker LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 976

    I've got a long list of "tips & tricks", but I think the bulk of it is the realm of "lawn & landscape management for dummies".
     

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