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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by Sydenstricker Landscaping, Mar 9, 2007.
Drop her. This is a big dog contest. She's winning.
don't drop her, you still have her mulch job.....also you'll be getting getting called next season if not this season to correct her weed problem she's arranging in her lawn
short and simple...i hate people!!!
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Yeah, mean people suck don't they.
The grass is growing like gang busters down here. Still need it to dry out some more though. Ground is pretty much saturated and we could see some more rain here in the future.
Grass still isn't growing a whole lot here. I did 3 places with one set of bags today. It was nice out though! Like 65 all day.
Bought a new laptop today, the old one was getting beat up, had to punch the bottom of it to get it to start, the ram card was all messed up. Gotta bleed some income anyway I guess. Crazy how a nice widescreen laptop with a really good processor, and average ram/memory is only 400 bucks anymore.
You can say that again. I'm busting my ass trying to get caught up but I have a feeling that will come back to haunt me.
Timbrens were the best 200 dollar investment so far! had 11-12 yards of mulch in my dump yesterday and it looked fine. Still not good on my truck but its gets the job done right now. But I need to rotars and pads all the way around so it will be a great weekend of spending money for reparis.
Is the Timbrens price for a set for the back or what. Are they east to install.
ya kit included one for left and righ rear. Best 200 ive spent! Took less than half hour to install, took wheels off, took off old bump stops then easy part was mounting them and wheels back on and your set. My buddies f250 had other brackets to install so his took about an hour but we had to mess with undercoating on his so it was a pain.
I ended up buying a trailer today. New 20' Corn Pro, 14,000 pound weight rating, 7k true dexter brand torsion axles, bulldog adjustable hitch and 10k pound jack. This is one heavy ass trailer. Drove down to Custom Cab and Trailers in Jamestown this morning to pick her up, I'd recomend the drive to those guys because they are very professional and know their stuff.
why do you need a 14k trailor on a 1/2 ton truck? Thats odd......