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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by THEGOLDPRO, Apr 25, 2011.
That last one is moneyyyy
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yea that one came out the best today.
Pictures and new Lazer look great. Keep up the great work. If you get a chance sometime, can you take a picture of the new striping kit, and the old one? I'm guessing they don't sell the steel one any more. Thanks!
No they got rid of the nice steel roller, I guess people were burning through bearings or something, my old z has close to 2k hours on it with a stripe kit from day one with no issues ever from the stripe kit??? the new stripe kit is a big plastic one with a steel core.
I agree, the customer in the last pic has to be pleased with their yard!
that last one looks nice, what did you cut it at 3.5"? I also double cut, whatever lawns need, it, some I will just raise the deck, and go over the lawn the same way I cut to break grass clippings up, others I cross cut, especially if the house is on a corner of two roads that see a lot of traffic. cutting the same direction for 2 weeks really helps strips stand out....
Couple from today from a condo complex we picked up this year.
hey gold pro , do you have any tracks or tennis courts
i have five high schools with tracks and courts and their a ***** to blow off
i was wonderin how that hurricane work on them if you have any
The hurricane does amazing on just about anything, I would imagine it would blow off tennis courts and tracks with no problems what so ever.
cool thanks i figured that
the material the tracks are made of make the grass stick like crazy
not to mention the walk