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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by IntegrityGuy, Feb 9, 2009.
a hand full more not too many.
Im going to put up some of mine...we'll have to take some more tom.
and even more!!!
and the last two!!
hope you guys liked the photos.
i WILL CONTINUE TO ADD PHOTOS TO THIS FORUM!!!
here is my scag 48'' belt drive that i just sold after school today for 1500$.
Joe the pictures look great especially the ford, and the wright. LoL I cain't wait till i get my new 16' enclosed and my new wright midmount Z.
Hey can i put some of my pictures up here? because i dont have alot to make a whole new thread...
ya we had alot of snow. go to plow site and click on my forum called CINCINNATI SNOW STORM \
heres the link http://www.plowsite.com/showthread.php?t=78841
No we dont use the stander for snow removal it is my brothers and he would never let it out in the snow. it got rained on and he alsmost started to cry lol just kidding but it did get rained on and he was pissed. he is only 15 and everyday over the summer he woke up at 5:00 and went and worked all day with this landscaper. at the end of the summer he took all the money he made and bought the stander. it is a really awsome machine. i am planning on buying one when the season starts. i am just debating weathe ror not to go with the 48'' or 52''. my dads really good friend owns one of the most popular dealers in the nati and i get really really really good deals on everything. i think my brother got over 1000$ of on his stander 52''. the guy has had a demo wright stander 48'' for a couple years and i am wondering what kind of deal i can get on it.
and yes we do need a bigger shop. it really isnt operated out of but is just a winter storage unit. my buisness partner lives on a farm with a huge barn and we have our own space in it for when the mowing starts.