Mondragon Lawn and Trees

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Mondragon Lawn Serv, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
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    thanks for the comment, i do look at your thread i'm just a quite one well a lill quite, but you got a nice truck well at least icer then what i have, i have a 93 toyota pickup that still runs great and is a gas saver
     
  2. rusty_keg_3

    rusty_keg_3 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    No problem, Thanks. I really wanna fix up my 89 so i have something fun...
     
  3. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
    Posts: 643

    our truck was down for the weekend and getting major repairs on the front drive assembly from shocks to bearings and alignment problems and i think the said the exhaust manifold was fixed it came of the engine somehow. i suspect it was a late result from the accident we had earlier this year bc the exhaust was hit from behind and bent in several places. it's getting taken care of by the insurance and the collision center where it was suppose to get repair from the start. but here's the family vehicle 1998 ford expedition 4x4 great suv it handled the load like nothing it has the same engine size as our truck 5.4l v8

    plus a pic of a lawn done with our cub cadet

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  4. SNAPPER MAN

    SNAPPER MAN LawnSite Silver Member
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    Dude that has to suck using a SUV for work. No place to put the trash. That lawn looks nice. What neighborhood is that in?
     
  5. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
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    Yeah suv not really good but we leave a lot of our bags during the growing season only grass inside the bags anything else we take. That lawn is of cutten if you go down 1960 take cutten up towards cypresswood on the first light we do 4 out of 7 homes in a coldisack
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  6. SNAPPER MAN

    SNAPPER MAN LawnSite Silver Member
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    Ya I know exactly where that is. We do a couple in Champions Park off of Cutten Rd. and 1960.
     
  7. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
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    How are you handling your biz now that you're back to school I know it's hard for us cuz me and my 2 bros are not helping my dad as much bc of school only on our days we don't have classesy cources are hard as heck taking autocad statics circuits and engineering economy circuits is the hardest so far
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  8. SNAPPER MAN

    SNAPPER MAN LawnSite Silver Member
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    Well I hired another guy and Pablo is pretty much running the show. Without him I don't know what I would do. He is the absolute best employee anyone could ask for. The guy I hired used to work for CJ's Lawn Service so he has experience and does awesome work. I basically sell jobs. We are staying busy thank god. I'm getting ready to pass out some more doorhangers for tree work.
     
  9. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
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    he guys just wanted to let evryone know of my lill incident. please caution the follwoing pics are graphic and may not be for you so don't go further. i manage to cut my finger really bad yesterday and was rushed to the ER. i ended up with a fracture at the tip of my finger only. a crap load of stiches and lots of pain and a horrible typing problem lol. please people this is a reminder to always be safe and always be prepare; 1st and formost have a first aid kit and 2nd have a plan discussed to your workers how to handle such incidents. another my finger was crushed in between my the hinges of our cub cadet ztr when i was inspecting it, due to that it had just came back from repairs. i wanted to make sure everything was in place and somehow i was holding the ROPS with one hand(since we like to keep it down bc of low branches)and all of the sudden it sliped. but anyhow please keep everything in its proper place and always think of what you will do. i know it sounds silly but it's true think think think!!!!!
     
  10. Mondragon Lawn Serv

    Mondragon Lawn Serv LawnSite Senior Member
    from Texas
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    don't look to far down these pics are graphicly again a lill background info: disturbing yesterday my finger was hurt badly and i had to go to the ER i crushed it in between the hinge of the ROPS of the cub cadet ztr we own. please people let this be a lesson to why keep up your rops and to be careful at all times and most of all be prepare with a first aid kit at all times. i ended with a minor tiny fracture at the tip only so it wasn't as it could of been, like a loss of finger and other possible cases

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