Turf Care Lawns Thread

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by turfcarelawns, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. turfcarelawns

    turfcarelawns LawnSite Member
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    A few more...... Final product also

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  2. turfcarelawns

    turfcarelawns LawnSite Member
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    A few more to show the details. ha

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  3. turfcarelawns

    turfcarelawns LawnSite Member
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    A few photos.... some from one of our homeowners association, one of our churches, and some of our equipment. Equipment is a little dirty they were getting ready for their bath.

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  4. turfcarelawns

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    The burnt patch is from residents fireworks. It measured 20 feet across and 35 feet long. It is really bad.
     
  5. Chevy z71

    Chevy z71 LawnSite Fanatic
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    Looking good besides the dumb residents.
     
  6. turfcarelawns

    turfcarelawns LawnSite Member
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    We couldn't believe it when we saw it.
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  7. T Scapes

    T Scapes LawnSite Bronze Member
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    nice works what trucks/trailers do you run
     
  8. ny scaper

    ny scaper LawnSite Member
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    Nice work man. Dont know why they wanted to tear that lawn up but finished pruduct looks good. I'm in the same boat with no dump trailer or dump truck. Sucks having to unload trash or in your case old turf by hand at the end of a long day. What's that axle rated at? I bent mine or should I say a buddy bent mine and I need a new one and I use it primarily for mulch, crusher, etc. Thinking about a 3,500 or 4,400 lb one so I can comfortably haul whatever I want. Trailer is a 12' and probably weighs 1,500 (lots a steel). Sorry for the highjack bro
     
  9. turfcarelawns

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    We run a 2001 Ford 150 ext cab. A 2002 Ford 350 Crew Cab V-10. 16 foot dual axel open trailer. A 24 foot enclosed trailer. We are in the process of searching for another vehicle for the fleet for winter work.
     
  10. turfcarelawns

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    I believe the trailer is rated at only 3,500 lbs. But we haul heavy heavy loads on it. I hate making multiple trips and wasting gas so I always overload. Are you getting rid of the 12' trailer? I'm in need of a smaller trailer, one mowing rotation we take our 48" and our push mower on the 16' dual axel. A big waste of fuel pulling that trailer around.
     

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