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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Phishook, Sep 9, 2002.
Just posting my first picture.
Any guesses what mower I used?
What size deck and which model of mower?
20 hp., 50", Bunton............
Hardly ever use it, don't know where those stripes came from.
Looks great, Phishook !!!
Looks awesome, I want one
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OK OK OK ...its time for me to once again show my commercial mower striping ignorance.....did you drive that thing right thru the trees to get those perfect stripes???? I still try to do that but mine still S---! Now I'll bet some are you are wondering the same thing aren't you...be honest!!! and yes I could do a search on striping but yours were very nice
I have wondered the same thing. I do stripes but you can see where I went around the tree. Teach me something new!
Its either magic where he can go through the tree or you went up one side of the tree and down the other .....What ever it is it looks nice
Nice pics, Phishook!
But it really isnt' rocket science with the stripes seeming to go through trees and beds.
This property was well thought out by Phishook. He mowed it from the Right side and striped it to the left. In the second picture, you can see where he mowed around that flower bed, blowing debris INTO the bed and around behind it and to the road. Then he comes back on the next stripe and covers up the tracks around the bed and comes toward the single tree. Mows up to the tree, and circles around on the camera side of the tree. Upon returning the next stripe, that covers the tracks from that tree....As long as you have the spacing figured out, mowing "through" trees is really just the secondary benefit to a well though out pattern.