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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Viseras lawn service, Feb 19, 2005.
What do ya think? total cost 26.00...cant wait to test this spring!!
looks great.... wow.
ok where is the pic?
sry heres the pix
there ya go...
i tried to build one last spring. drilled holes all over my deck.. what a disaster. hope you have better luck then me, looks good. what type of material is the yellow?
found some park smart things for the garage...kinda like speed bumps so u know where to stop in the garage..cut out the flat rubber and used it....pretty thick....the flaps bend a little on pavement so i think it should have enough down pressure on a nice carpet of grass :blob1: hehe...i can only wait and see...if this dont work ill take the rubber off and put on chains.
Looks like a back drag blade to me....
It also looks like it may work just fine. Post some pic's of the results, will ya?
yeah...gotta wait till spring
its pretty solid...a few more braces and a metal blade would make a nice grader :blob4:
I take it some part of the structure will flex enough whether going up a ramp or a bank without bending or breaking it. The striper sticks out pretty far from the back wheel so I hope it works out for you. If it does, your lawns will look great. Don't forget to alternate patterns. Checkerboards make lawns look like ball parks and golf courses! Good luck! Let us know how you make out.