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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by D & J Lawn Care, Aug 7, 2006.
What are some good Yard Vacuums , and do they work well
A friend of my fathers had a billy goat truck loader and used it for spring and fall cleanup. I have always thought they looked good and well made
I didnt know two people could have the same name ? are any mod's seein this or is it just me.
UPPERCASE/lowercase.............SWEET! I can impersonate people!
Anyway, I have a Snapper vac. I bought it for parking lots but use it in my yard too. I have 2 damn magnolia trees in the front yard and they crap leaves twice a year.
My vac has big tires so you can easily push it in the yard.
There's a hose kit available too.
Actually one of them has a space...thats probably where the difference is. Either a space or an _...
Tharrel are you happy with your snapper cuz i was thinking bought getting one, since there are know other dealor's in my area.
Yeah, it's a handy tool. Anything that can suck up those darn magnolia leaves is ok with me! Snapper, Simplicity and Giant Vac are all the same, engines are Briggs and Honda. I have the Briggs and it's plenty powerful. Here's a couple of pics.
Therrell. How thick of depth of leaves have you handled with that vaccum?
Yeah, I'd like to know the answer to that too. Looking at getting one for clean-ups, but if it's not going to sufficiently suck up leaves, I'd rather blow them onto a tarp and bag them.
Approximately what is the cost of one of those?
tharrell thanks for the pics, and the info. simpicty and snapper sure look a like.