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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by RedMax Man, Jun 1, 2008.
I paid 8k for mine. In april
i paid around 7500 for mine 52/19 rh when i bought it this year. that price includes the sales taxes and a grass gobler. if you check out my thred here: http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=271257. all the pictures of stripes in there are done with the stander
thanks for the Birthday wishes and this thread is 1 YEAR OLD
Joel people laugh to keep from crying at your lame humor. haha. I'm fine everybody just crazy busy. It won't slow down so i gotta keep up!
good thing you got a good sub contractor to help out when you need it
hey both of you i dont desvere to be run over by a buss at least some subcontractors are better then some i wont say names or companys but lets just say i got a leg up and after last night idc what it takes i need to swap my dodge for a ultitly body people dont know how to drive on the highway
I've been extremely busy with no time to bounce around on here. So incase anyone is wondering all is well and safe just no slowing down. trying to keep up. got plenty of pics. and workn on some big jobs plus the usually maintenance.
Ground breaking tomorrow on a hardscape construction job and plantings in NH. largest so far and may be the biggest one this year.
quick get the golden shovel and break the ground
The industry must be picking back up, because this is my busiest year, my uncle is busy every day with his company. I had a couple calls for another job, I'm not complaining.
Lets see some pics Micah
no you cant post pics till its done you wacka