noah mowing sysytems

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by thomsoutdoor, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. thomsoutdoor

    thomsoutdoor LawnSite Platinum Member
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  2. pclawncare

    pclawncare LawnSite Senior Member
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    I cant see how you can trim very close with a blade up aginst the stone. It looks cool when there is a little edge or concreat trim around the stone but when its just the stone looks like you would have to come back and trim. Cool idea and i think id like it if i had to trim under a bunch of fence like at the end. I like the idea alot better then the string trimmer kind like that. It looks alot more durable then string
     
  3. mowingmachine

    mowingmachine LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks to me like it is a basic copy of the Flex-Deck. I did notice that it does pivot inward and has the ability to rotate which the Flex-Deck can't do.
     
  4. Raven386

    Raven386 LawnSite Silver Member
    from CT
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    i saw one of those on an Exmark at the local dealer.
     
  5. ncls

    ncls LawnSite Senior Member
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    It has a blade, but also has trimmer line underneath. You have to go to their website and check it out. They claim the line lasts 2+ hours.
     
  6. stevesmowing

    stevesmowing LawnSite Senior Member
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    anyone use this yet?
     
  7. WALKER LANDSCAPE

    WALKER LANDSCAPE LawnSite Bronze Member
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    We saw that at the EXPO last year. The owner says he sells it to alot of grave yard LCO. It looks sturdy but is very heavy. I would think it would weigh the deck down on that side. My 02 cents.:waving:
     
  8. TGK

    TGK LawnSite Member
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    The website has it at 76 pds. It has its own wheel(s) so I dont know. Im woundering if it would save me from paying someone to hack my customers edges, I mean line trim :)
     
  9. topsites

    topsites LawnSite Fanatic
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    Do it walk on water?

    Oh no no nevermind, that's different
     
  10. Two Seasons

    Two Seasons LawnSite Senior Member
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    We're a new company (me and my wife), so we have limited time.

    We looked at this system because we have alot of trimming on our accounts---fence, trees, etc. I did not feel that this system would save a substantial amount of time over using a hand-held line trimmer and then mowing. Looks to be too slow.

    If you were using it for along a transition area---eg; creek, tree line---maybe it would save you some time. Better than no trimming at all, I suppose.
     

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