louisiana LCO's

Discussion in 'Network: South' started by ffemt1271, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    Take your 10,400 (5200 x 2), subtract the GVWR (trailer), subtract the weight of the equipment and what is left will be the extra weight you can carry. You may or may not decide this is what is needed for your operation.
     
  2. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    I have 5200# axles on my enclosed.
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  3. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    Cool. Man everybody know you have that awesome setup. Have you found the need for that rating?
     
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  4. JALEXANDERSLC

    JALEXANDERSLC LawnSite Member
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    Any LCO's in the BR area looking for landscape work? Message me.
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  5. w0283767

    w0283767 LawnSite Member
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    Hey guys I am just starting out in Mandeville area. I am looking for information on the best suppliers of mulch and plant stock in the area. Any tips greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
  6. Kleen Kutz

    Kleen Kutz LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Try Windmill in Folsom lots of plants! Not sure about mulch though.
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  7. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    Man you are in plant heaven.
    1. Bracy's over in Amite (Licensed Contractors only)
    2. Windmill in Folsom (Licensed Contractors only)
    3. Brumfield Nursery on Hwy 450
    4. Covington Nursery for some things
    3. Jenkins Nursery - on Dummyline Rd
    4. Cedar Hill Nursery - Folsom

    Check out www.selna.net and order a directory if you can.

    Good luck.
     
  8. w0283767

    w0283767 LawnSite Member
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    Thanks for the info! Will be taking landscape Hort. Cert. in a couple weeks.
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  9. cstafford

    cstafford LawnSite Member
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    My pleasure. Good Luck.
     
  10. w0283767

    w0283767 LawnSite Member
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    Do I need to be a licensed arborist to cut/remove downed trees? Would not be doing any felling. Thinking about getting set for hurricane clean up work but want to make sure I do it legit.

    Thanks
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