Overgrown much?

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Alpha Property, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. Alpha Property

    Alpha Property LawnSite Senior Member
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    Who ever said you can't brush hog with a scag.... or a Brand new walker with 3hrs on it..... or for that matter that walkers don't like Hills?:weightlifter:


    This property is off to the side of our down town, this is the back side of the buiding that backs onto a large warehouse, and i don't think its been done since the spring of last year!

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  2. bobcat48

    bobcat48 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Yeah.just a few days ago, i seen a couple guys with a scag 36 and three guys trimming.
     
  3. BINKY1902

    BINKY1902 LawnSite Bronze Member
    from South
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    Didn't run across any cinder blocks or anything in there huh? Looks good to me, hope you charged them well for that mess.
     
  4. stang2244

    stang2244 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks much better. I think you're just a little crazy using your brand new walker on it though. I would be afraid of scratching that beautiful beast!!
     
  5. Alpha Property

    Alpha Property LawnSite Senior Member
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    No blocks, it was all quite clear, just a few plastic water bottels, but not even that much garbage



    And I used the scag to knock most of it all down, and used the walker more to just clean up some of the mess so it doesn't look like a field when it all dry's
     
  6. B&B LAWN

    B&B LAWN LawnSite Senior Member
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    i bet that Walker didnt ride that hill too well, did it?
     
  7. georgiagrass

    georgiagrass LawnSite Senior Member
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    We did a similar cleanup recently and approached it in a similar way. We used a 52" mid-mount Gravely and a 48" Turf Tracer to knock it all down, then put a couple of Walkers on it to clean up all the grass. Looked great after we were done.
     
  8. Cloud9Landscapes

    Cloud9Landscapes LawnSite Senior Member
    from Ca
    Posts: 546

    Better sharpen those blades after this mess.
     
  9. thu cutting edge

    thu cutting edge LawnSite Senior Member
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    i bought new exmarks this year and the first job the crew had was to cut 2 sediment ponds. never had any problems
     
  10. Alpha Property

    Alpha Property LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 409

    is it just me or are walker blade's "softer" than normal blades? or is it because their so long compaired to a normal 48 with 3 blades?
     

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