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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by joee0914, May 18, 2011.
Not too bad man.
Heres some cell phone pics of a lawn we do... Ill try and get some better pictures later in the week.
Great start, I think the first year is a lot of fun. Getting more and more of the right equipment to run things the way you really want to. I am finding that it is hard to stay with in my budget that I am allowing myself to run the biz in my 6th season. (so just a word of advice try to get as much cash in your kitty before you depend on this for your livelihood, customers will kill you taking their sweet time paying you). I really envy your set-up you are going about things the right way.
Here some pics of the new Dump... Its an 88 Ford F-350 super duty mason dump... garage kept with no rust.. 70,000 miles...Clean in and out... I just threw on the new sideboards.
And Heres some of the current mowing set-up
Im hoping to get everything lettered within a few weeks. And I'm also thinking about selling the Ram and looking for a 2500HD
Nice setup! Especially for your first year! I think a 1500 and a dump are the perfect combo. I love my 250 and its capabilities but miss my old sierra 1500.
How do people like you weedwack with the guards on them stopping the string from getting long?
looking real good
People like me normaly don't.. The middle wacker only has the guard on b.c the pull start won't recoil and it's still under warranty.. I don't want them to reject it since taking off the guard is considered modification. Look at the stihl at the bottom of the rack.. No guard
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Makes perfect sence my bad.