My Starting Operation

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by k.landscapes, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. k.landscapes

    k.landscapes LawnSite Member
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    Just a couple pictures from last year. This year I am looking for a more commercial zeroturn. I do a lot of mulching work, didn't really take pictures of that stuff though. I will take more pictures of my work and new upcoming equipment this year! Truck, Trailer, Mower, Trimmer, and Blower was basically the extent of my equipment this past year. That will soon change.

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  2. ygim

    ygim LawnSite Senior Member
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    We all start some where, keep on working. Keep the pictures coming too, we all like to see the progress.
     
  3. k.landscapes

    k.landscapes LawnSite Member
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    2 More pictures, first one of my mowers stripes... impressive to my eye for a residential zeroturn. also the 2nd one is a picture of the trucks load from a job I did in the middle of the summer

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  4. flyingdutch16

    flyingdutch16 LawnSite Senior Member
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    That's actually a very impressive cut for a craftsman. Good luck this season save some money and try toget a walk behind or maybe even a used zero turn. There are plenty of good deals out there just gotta look for em
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  5. Chris_NC06

    Chris_NC06 LawnSite Fanatic
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    That's a nice lookin' OBS Chevy! :usflag:
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  6. ashgrove landscaping

    ashgrove landscaping LawnSite Gold Member
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    If you are looking to upgrade I have a ferris IS2000 52" 25 hp kawasaki with a new engine for sale. I can give you a real good price and possible delivery if you are serious.
     
  7. k.landscapes

    k.landscapes LawnSite Member
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    I actually am saving to get a 60" zeroturn. I am getting too many big lawns to keep running 50-52". 52" is probably what I want in a walkbehind though
     
  8. flyingdutch16

    flyingdutch16 LawnSite Senior Member
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    btw welcome, good to see another PA Member on here! I realized your only 30 min away from me
     
  9. ed2hess

    ed2hess LawnSite Fanatic
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    Did you know that truck load could be reduced to almost nothing with the use of a hedge trimmer....and it doesn't take long. Or mulch it with your craftman.
     
  10. k.landscapes

    k.landscapes LawnSite Member
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    the bulk of it was 2 large hedges so i just trimmed it down as much as i needed and dug up the main part and just threw it in the bed. But if i run into a situation like that again i will definitely take up that advice. Thanks!
     

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