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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by junior091273, Aug 23, 2006.
52" Wright Stander...sharp blades...no fancy business
sometimes just following the natural contours of the property leaves a nice pattern. Nice job
looking good man
Stripes look good, now lets see the machine that put them down!
I agree, on a yard like that it looks really good to go with the flow of the landscape. I bet that long curvy sidewalk is fun to edge also
That house was built on quite a grade lol.
that prop would look better without stripes
that lawn looks bad!!
change your overlap/direction, you're going to rut the lawn and you can see the lawn is still green under the tires because you've gone the same direction every time too.