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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Mowerboys, Oct 26, 2003.
Would people post pictures of all of their equipment to see who has the biggest company?
sounds like the start of a pissing match..
Besides, that may just mean some people are smart enough to have a backup for everything
My thoughts exactly. Now I don't have a digital camera, but if I were someone whos name and address could be identified, I would be very careful of displaying pictures on the internet. I do like to see how other people are set up, just like alot of people. There are just too many THEIVES out there who might be lurking. Just my .02 cents.
Personally, I'm not looking for the person with the biggest company or most equipment, just the one with the best advice.
And after spending some time on this forum, it becomes clear which members are worth listening to.
I agree. Posting pics of equipment is not such a good idea. However, posting small photos of ideas and setups is harmless.
Not to mention, he who has the most toys don't always win in this game. He who manages their money does..
Yeah this thread will lead to nothing but trouble with a pissing match.
How many tools you have dosent make your company. I have 4 trimmers, and I also have less than 5 accounts. My friend services 80+ accounts weekly, he has 2 trimmers. Get the idea...
Why not show us your rig since you've been working on your's for four years now.
Well, I guess the answer to your question is no, they would not.
I don't feel like posting pics:alien: