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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by lawrence stone, Dec 21, 2001.
You should join a monastery and become a monk.
That's some tight packin' Stone! Time to get out the square tubing and welding rods and turn that baby into a double-decker! :blob3:
Anyone that feels they have the need to carry more than two front line lawnmowers has the need to compensate for having a small manhood.
ahhhhhh, come on Stoner, there is plenty of room there. I can get my toro w/b with bagger , craftsman tractor w/ bagger, push mower, trash barrel,weedeaters, blowers all on my 5x10, its amazing what you can do with space. I still ask myself the question" Why did I not get a bigger trailer?", hopefully i get a bigger one soon!
a dbl decker is quite an innovative idea brian
Judging by the looks of that bagger it looks like you get quite a bit of acid rain still in the anthracite valley, commonwealth of pennsylvania.
I thought all the mills were closed.
Definetly need an overhead bin on that one...
That's a good looking setup Mr. X. Is that a Pero trailer?
Pain in the azz to load/unload, however, made up for by ease of towing?
I have used single axles and double, and my favorite so far that I made the most money with was a heavy 12' single axle (with brakes) that carried a 54" WB, 72" ZTR, push mower, weed eaters, and blowers + a bunch of tool in a tongu-box.