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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by aced76, Jan 7, 2011.
Anyone ever built a lawn vacuum for the larger properties?
I hope you get lot's of information on this wanting to do some kind of unit also.
Trac-Vac builds a few.
aced im interested in the same...last season i landed a LARGE account 602 house association..i wanna get/build something for the large open areas behind the houses...i have a vac but its mounted on the truck..i wish i could drive the truck back but i cant....this leaf season we uses 2 methods...blowing/raking onto large tarps and pulling the tarps with zero turns and also using exmark navigator to suck up the majority and shred the leaves then dump on a tarp and pull with the zero turns...i wish i had a light box that held 3-5yrds of leaves and a vac so my zero turns can pull
ya we tarp and zero pull too. 60 inch diesel exmarks kick butt w the ultra vac, but got to be a better long range way. You buy the 2 packs of 16 ft tarps at costco? Really strong and you can make leaf burritos and zip w trimmer line if needed.
leaf burritos lol well just pass the hot sause and salsa and ill be good to go!! lol we use 16x20fters i think or 12x20fters i forget...i purchase them from northerntool about a week ago for next leaf season...usually get 2 seasons out of them
ya 18 bucks for 2 blue or brown very heavy duty at Costco. Ya pass the hot sauce for the jets game !
I wish some more members would ring in on this post. I think there is a way to build a good unit, just need input. Leaves suck...LOL. Hey you arent related to Joe Piscopo are you?
the hurricane seems to be a nice blower an dhas this vaccum setting to and blows leaves it the truck does anybody know the price of 1
I was thinking of getting one of these and making an attachment on my hustler next year.