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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Kennedy Landscaping, Apr 4, 2011.
Good luck with the Fram oil filter.
No kidding ^^^^^^. They are paper and disintegrate by the time you change the oil again.
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Hmm, never had a complaint from the Fram filters.
Got a little bit of work done tonight finally.....and will come out money ahead on this project
Nice job looks like a nice shop as well
Thanks Brad, its my good friends shop, pretty much have full use whenever I need it. Def a good connection to have.
Some lines....some from the Gravely and some from the Walker
Lookin good man.
Thanks, got some work done this weekend. New commercial building, doing sod irrigation and landscaping. We started Saturday morning, as of right now we're ready to lay sod tomorrow and landscape it and we'll be done....
you went just a little excessive on the amount of heads there, huh?
for all the bagging you do i'm surprised you don't have a dump truck...or at least an insert
he didnt go too excessive, he just choose a head that has less gpm, and covers less area to prevent cars and people from getting wet. You could use one head on that plot if you wanted to, but every car in sight would get wet.
Nah, I can't stand a lawn that doesn't have adequate coverage. Just trying to do the best I can for the customers to prevent problems in the future once the heat hits. I've thought about an insert, but I really think a bigger trailer will be the route that I go.
Exactly, like to keep it on the grass as much as possible.
So we got it done lastnight, the sod looks rough in the pictures for some reason. In person its very smooth, think alot of it has to do with the coloring in the pictures. Anyways....