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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by thomsoutdoor, Mar 14, 2007.
anybody know of this or seen this before
I cant see how you can trim very close with a blade up aginst the stone. It looks cool when there is a little edge or concreat trim around the stone but when its just the stone looks like you would have to come back and trim. Cool idea and i think id like it if i had to trim under a bunch of fence like at the end. I like the idea alot better then the string trimmer kind like that. It looks alot more durable then string
Looks to me like it is a basic copy of the Flex-Deck. I did notice that it does pivot inward and has the ability to rotate which the Flex-Deck can't do.
i saw one of those on an Exmark at the local dealer.
It has a blade, but also has trimmer line underneath. You have to go to their website and check it out. They claim the line lasts 2+ hours.
anyone use this yet?
We saw that at the EXPO last year. The owner says he sells it to alot of grave yard LCO. It looks sturdy but is very heavy. I would think it would weigh the deck down on that side. My 02 cents.
The website has it at 76 pds. It has its own wheel(s) so I dont know. Im woundering if it would save me from paying someone to hack my customers edges, I mean line trim
Do it walk on water?
Oh no no nevermind, that's different
We're a new company (me and my wife), so we have limited time.
We looked at this system because we have alot of trimming on our accounts---fence, trees, etc. I did not feel that this system would save a substantial amount of time over using a hand-held line trimmer and then mowing. Looks to be too slow.
If you were using it for along a transition area---eg; creek, tree line---maybe it would save you some time. Better than no trimming at all, I suppose.