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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by TriCityLawnCareLLC, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
    Posts: 1,025

    Enough to keep up on the move:

    Roughly 45 Residential Mowing Clients
    Roughly 45 Fert & Squirt Clients
    Roughly 16 Commerical Mowing accounts 12 of which are full service
    Then all the other random mulch and gravel projects and whatever other random projects come in:usflag:
     
  2. Kleen Kutz

    Kleen Kutz LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ama,La
    Posts: 1,604

    Yea you have a good bit of a work load. Sounds like a 3rd person to me.
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  3. HHlandscaping

    HHlandscaping LawnSite Member
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    you need a dump trailer .....are you hand unloading your debis ??
     
  4. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
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    Yes I need a dump trailer. I use a load handler in the back of the trucks and if the trailer is full of debris I've built a large pallet out of 4x4s and just hook the tractor up and pull the pallet out along with te debris. I've been shopping for a dump trailer. Also a dump insert. Eh, we'll see what i decide here in the next couple weeks. Thanks for asking though.
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  5. United Contracting Lawn

    United Contracting Lawn LawnSite Member
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    Are thoses stripes from the Kubota or the Lesco?
     
  6. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
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    I went back and looked and the few mowing pics i found were stripe from either the Kubota or the Exmark. My Lesco however does lay down some nice stripes.
     
  7. J&TLawnPA

    J&TLawnPA LawnSite Member
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    We use an Isuzu NPR Dump in the spring for clippings...holds a ton...plus for any kind of large pruning job its awesome....as for the rest of the season...a Dodge 2500 with a Truckcraft aluminum dump insert....for our weekly mow routes this works great once the spring green up slows down...its lightweight...doesnt rust....and so much easier to unload...with the sideboards on it will haul 3 yards of mulch....altho there again for large mulch jobs we use the Isuzu...dump trailers are nice...but if you have small areas to get back into a truck is a lot simpler.
     
  8. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
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    thanks for the info:usflag:
     
  9. TriCityLawnCareLLC

    TriCityLawnCareLLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Ohio
    Posts: 1,025

    Signing on this shop tomorrow. It's not mine yet and it needs some cleanup work.

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  10. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    Congrats. Awesome shop.
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