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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by WildWest, Aug 2, 2005.
Oops, busted. lol
He may be younger than you but he still has better equipment than you.
Look a little closer there is a plate on that trailer
Wisconsin does not require you to have a license plate on the trailer.
Thanks Toro! The timecutter must be treating him well on the second engine.
I know the spring setup aint the greatest, but I needed somethng in a hurry, that gate was HEAVY! I like the pulley idea! That's nice!
Yeah, the trailer is a bit cluttered, I wish I would have gotten a dual axle, 6x16-18, that trailer shrunk quickly! Then again, that's a good thing (in a way), right!
I didn't mean to start a pissing match, but it is sort of shallow how you judge people on the type of Z they run. Thats it, I know my Z sucks. But maybe I've done my homework and figured out its not worth it yet to upgrade to a commercial Z.
Only 15??? Wow, child labor regulations against you pal, and do you have to pay your parents to ride in the front seat and wait while you mow???
That equipment isn't legally yours unless you paid cash for it, I believe you have to be 18 for financing. Every piece of my equipment is 100% mine not co-signed on by a parent.
Honestly, its great that you are doing this at a young age, good for you, I started out the same way, but you don't have to be negative 100% of the time.
I'm sorry, but I don't know if you have ever heard the saying "If you don't have naything nice to say don't say it"???
wild west- where is polk city in FL????
All lawn equipment was paid for in full with cash. I co-signed with my dad on my truck.
So "Sorry, sitting on Daddy's lap doesn't count!!!" is a nice comment?