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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by THEGOLDPRO, Mar 6, 2012.
Ready for 100 degrees tomorrow and thursday?
lol ready or not i suppose.
My brother mowed the front of the horse farm this week.
My brother mowing a hill full of poisin ivy.
Looks good. I like the last picture with both rigs.
Question for ya.. have you ever considered going to an enclosed trailer and having a dump trailer on the side for your landscaping work?? I know that currently we run one open and one enclosed for mowing and a 16' dump trailer with a dump truck for landscaping. IMHO an enclosed is the way to go, love it from top to bottom, front to back. Just looking for your thoughts.
I was going to buy an enclosed and decided not too for a few different reasons. I like the open trailers.
Can you elaborate on that?
This is a question for you guys with stand on units (grandstand or wrights). Can you do that slop with them? The bottom half i would be fine with the lazer on it but the top i ant so sure from the pic. Sorry for the little hijack.
judging by the angle that mower is sitting on bet you could probably mow it with a zero turn. so a stander would be fine most likely. walk behind is by far the safest way to do it though.
you can put a stander on some sketchy freaking hills.
Yea the hill is steeper then the pic shows it to be, trust me if it could be done with a z-mower i would have done it with one.