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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Tbarchaser, Jun 26, 2003.
truck broke down, had to finish the route at 6.1mph
your the 1st person that I know/seen have a hitch on there velky
hope it's a tight route.
oh and sorry about your truck
i have a back up pick up truck in case my main truck goes poop
but I doubt it since its a 2003
Can you get a closeup shot of the ball hitch on the sulky? Thats interesting indeed... I've been known to do the same with a garden tractor but a w/b...hmm... LOL
BALL HITCH!!!!! the tounge jack is resting on the sulky!
and I'm sitting on it to keep it there! ut I bet I could just put one on the top rolled edge where the "sulky 2000, y2k compliant " sticker is.
But I have a feeling it will smoke the peerless if I start using it like that with any frequency.
And yes it is a tight route 21 props in the same subdivision in clusters of 3-4...maybe a 1/4 mile radius.
Whoa, man you have my respect now! LOL sweet.... I sometimes use my w/b to drag the yard cart around the place, it's kinda setup where you have to sit on the cart to keep it from coming unhitched... but thats totally different, it has a small bolt in it at least!
how fast were you able to go?
How fast....5th gear wide open 6mph if I was lucky.
This is a joke right? If not, are there any hills?
Yep, I think this guy is pulling our leg. No way could he pull that trailer without it hitched, too much weight. Its a cool pic anyway.