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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by rdh, Jun 9, 2001.
Thats pretty cool
You have to remember though. Like he said, its his hobby and he has 4 hours to do it. It wouldn't be very profitable for an LCO to make all those extra passes to make the stripes. Its not a practical pattern to cut (he's overcutting a lot of what he already mowed). I like the simple diagnal or horizontal/vertical cuts. It just makes more sense for productivity.
Now, that doesn't mean I wouldn't play like that in my own yard
looks to me like he needs to sober up at the end of all those tracks is his boubon stash.im just funning,
Guido is correct, it would be inefficient. A customer would have to pay alot extra for the time required to accomplish those stripes.
Good article. Cool guy.
get your strip on!!!!!!!!
4 hours that cant be with a ztr.unless he goes over them 6 times per hour.
He just can't mow any straighter than I do. All my lawns have curves in them like that.