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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by ccwmlw, Oct 27, 2003.
Not really any break-in, just gas up and go. Is the blower a Stihl or Husky?
It is a Huskey 570BTS. I sold my old redmax 7150 and decided to get the Husky instead of the Redmax 7150. I like the harness with wait band better on the Husky. I was thinking just fuel it and go, but you hear about holding back on full throttle continously untill you have run 2 or 3 tanks of gas. This is my 1st new backpack in several years.
Yea It's hard to find good people that wants to do this type of work.
I live in Georgia, but do a lot of work in chattanooga
moving to Mt. Juliet in a couples of weeks.
I will be relocating to the Mt. Juliet area in the near future and was wondering what the size of the avg. year is and what is the most practical size mower to have?
I have a 48" exmark ZTR, is there a good Exmak / Stihl dealer in the area?
Also is the industry saturated or is there room for one more solo operation?
Thanks and looking forward to moving to this beautiful state.
have you move to tn yet,how is it going ruff time to move in this business but you got all winter to get your name out there.good luck
anybody know about these trailers from tennessee ?
Were was it built and by what company?
Looks like SLE.