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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
was it hard pulling out the old trees ...i have a job like that monday
Looks real good, what did you make your stencils out of for the lettering on all your stuff? I would love to do something like that.
Looks good Brad. That's sure a lot of mulch.
looks real good buddy how much mulch is that about ten yards?
Looking good bud! Im looking for a little trailer like that for both Lawn Maintenance and regular landscaping jobs how much is the maximum cargo weight?
yeah they are nice less maintenance insurance etc, but I will want a dump truck someday. Thanks
Well I have 2 I believe when I brought them they were like $700-$750 about they same they still are now
with the quad no way came out like nothing soil was soft too. I might have a few other jobs that require pulling them out that will be a bit tougher. Digging them up is a real pain I just did I job where they had to be dug up last weekend.
If you can get a truck in that makes real quick work but most of the time its not an option
Just typed up what I wanted in word in stencil font printed really big and cut it out with an exacto knife. I used card stock rather than regular paper, They are about 2 yrs old now and falling apart. They are time consuming to make but I paint everything with them.
I made 1 that says B.L.C., one that says Bosetti Lawn Care, and one that says my number
16yards, I did a 20 yard also after that
Its a nice trailer, max I believe is 5200 minus the wieght of the trailer I can put 2 tons of stone easily, 3 would push it but I think it would be fine.
I have had 3yrds of topsoil in it a few times and thats pretty heavy
3yrds brown mulch...
drain job from early spring...
can you explain what you are doing in the pics besides bigging, what are the plans?