Hey guys, just started up a new lawn care business and things are looking prety good so far. Have 5 clients as of now and people calling for estimates almost every day. I do have one question though, I bid on a large residential lawn today and told the guy 75.00. I figure it will probably take me about 2 - 21/2 hours to do. But the catch is that I only have a regular riding mower with a 42 in cut to work with right now. The guy said I was the first that he had talked to and he wanted to look arround a bit before making a decision. I'm affraid that someone else that has a larger ztr or something is going to give him a better estimate because they can do it in a much shorter time. I'm considering calling him back and lowering my bid to 65.00 just to give me a better chance of getting it. I plan to buy a better mower as soon as I get enough clients to afford it, so should I change the estimate and take the lower pay until I get a different mower, or should I stick with the original bid and hope nobody out bids me.