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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Kennedy Landscaping, Apr 4, 2011.
All of the "randoms" look great man.
For sure end up with alot of grass clippings. But I just dump them all on the trailer for the day and run to the compost site and pitchfork it off at the end of the day.
From dropping the split tail wheel kit into flower beds all the time, I ended up going back to the original single fork with dual tires in the back. It gives back the amazing turning ability walker is know for. Sets aside there stripe from others with the third tail wheel marks that everyone hates. With reverse rotation 48" collection deck its hard to even tell because the stripe is so dark between the drive tires.
New blowout compressor. Picked this thing up for $200 bucks. It is an old international harvester compressor. Pumps strong, runs strong with the new 6.5hp motor and looks good from being restored. Needed a gas powered compressor, and I figure for the price I couldn't beat having something kinda neat and older like this compressor.
i love them old compressors. my moms boss has a huge compressor in our warehouse that is atleast 4oyrs old.
I think its kind of a neat little compressor. I've got some things I'll do to it before blowout season gets here though so its more of the way I'd like it.
How about some Friday the 13th pictures?
Some more randoms...some may give me crap for welding my broken shovel back together, but that shovel is stronger now than anything I could buy from the store lol
the new lettering....
The new 10ks....
Nice work. The lawns look awesome!
Can you give a little more info on the lights? What did they cost (if you don't mind me asking) and what is installation like? Where did you get the headlights? Personally, I think 10k is a little much, especially for a truck, but I guess whatever floats your boat. I prefer closer to 4500k but again, thats just preference.