SUND Lawn Care

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by stonebridge, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    im a solo operator that cuts on his days off and after work. currently cut about 42-50 lawns a week, and can't get any bigger unless i hire someone which i tried a few times last year and none of them worked out.this is my setups, equipment, and work. hoping no droughts this year, good luck everyone

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  2. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    my mowers for this year. first three are the mowers that are going on the trailer for my normal routes for the week

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  3. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    these two mowers go on the back of my truck for mowing 2 routs i do on the way home from work. i work 30 minutes away from home so i picked up 4 accounts on the way home and cut those and on the other day i cut 5 lawns going a different way home. i figures im already driving might as well cut some lawns on the way too.

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  4. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    lady called and want some bushes taken out
     
  5. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    removed by hand 9'-11' tall

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  6. Armsden&Son

    Armsden&Son LawnSite Silver Member
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    Great work man, nice mowers too! I love your philosophy about "already driving home might as well hit some lawns." Awesome stuff.... I am also a solo operator and I am currently jealous of you because you have more accounts than I do and you are only part time! Haha... Do you run any sulkys with those mowers at all?
     
  7. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    no i have tried them before can move faster around stuff without them and i use the stander most of the time for the bigger stuff. I just picked up the lesco in the winter for $400 bucks, guy said the trans was out, and found out the belt slipped off the pulley buy the engine (also has a completely rebuilt motor with less than 100 hours on it. the scag hydro i got last month for $250 (had a craftsman riding mower 13hp engine on it). hydro were strong and spindles are tight so i found a 20hp kawasaki brand new for 700 and put it on and hoping to use it some this year.
     
  8. Blades Lawn Maintenance

    Blades Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Bronze Member
    Male, from Baton Rouge, La
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    Nice mowers man!!! How's the V ride treating you?
     
  9. stonebridge

    stonebridge LawnSite Senior Member
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    controls are alot more sensitive than the other standers i've had, but its been great i like the speed of it and stripes great.
     
  10. Blades Lawn Maintenance

    Blades Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Bronze Member
    Male, from Baton Rouge, La
    Posts: 1,233

    Cant wait to see some pictures of it when u cut. What other standers have you tried?
     

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