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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by S-205, Jan 4, 2012.
I thought yall sold this trailer?
It was for sale, and still kind of is. But no we never sold it, we kept all four of our trailers and this one will be posted for sale pretty soon I think.
id like to see that toyota tow that thing! hahahah...cant waitt to see the finished product.
I dont remember reading what you were getting so much rock for sorry if you already posted but do ya mind telling me again
The toyota will be going no where near any trailer with two axles! LOL
And let me just show you what the armor stone is for buddy
Picking up screening for the armor wall, old Case loader to up that, was kinda cool! Armor all along the outside of the backyard to have soil and mulch, then we re-sod the lawn when we finish, install a bubbling rock/vase type thing, and some landscape lighting. I shall get finished pictures when I'm done.
Today we just dug up the wall, layed screening, and set the rocks.
Then we start this sod prep at another site, 18 yards of top soil (we had already used some in that picture), we ended up taking about 10 yards away with the 205 because we over calculated. Its close to our house so we learned a good lesson there. We need the soil to sod the other house anyway, so its good. The Ramrod was awesome to have for this job, just fit through the gate to the back. We have to prep the front tomorrow too.
man o man your really making me want to go out and get skidder n mini trac!!!!!!!!! o and what u used to cover you license plates in the pic if fing hilarious! lmfao. whos that in the pic? old man? or u?
LOL those little pictures are in my editing system. The man in the picture is a friend of my dad and I's. He works part time with me. He has a ton of experience so he's really helping me along and teaching me some valuable stuff.
Having the equipment around definitely makes work that much more enjoyable!
ya u can say that again about the equipment! im just getting tired of renting, iv been buying mowers instead of anything else since thats what we do the most (maintance) but i think it might be time to look into a skidder or large compact ttractor. lol
If your work can justify a big purchase like that, then go for it. Utilize it as much as possible. The Bobcat was bought just for doing snow, but we've made good use of it over the past week for other work. We didn't figure we'd get this much landscaping work.
In your case though, it may be wiser to rent financially, it may be a pain but maybe you don't have the work to own one? I guess thats for you to decide!