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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by MJR_63, Jul 1, 2007.
Thanks! It stripes great! Let me know if you have any questions on the design.
Mark (aka MJR_63)
My sentiments exactly rodfather. No one in my area stripes a lawn and I have never been asked to do so. As long as the grass is cut, driveway edged and blown and trimiing is done everybody is tickled pink.
I made one in two hours. Used push lawn mower wheels. Shelf struts, and L braces. Just over a 100.00 bucks. Here are some picts.
djc347, do you have any pics of the stripes you made with that?
I built a chain kit for both of mine, here's the old thread about it:
How to: Chain Striping kit
hey guys save you money, the best stripper kit is my own, and it's cheap. Just about 4.5 inches of 1/4 inch belting from a gravel yard. about 5 small bolts to the back side of your deck and don't worry about it anymore. Save your money. I've been using these for 11years.
Those work great, I've used them before. The only problem is if you have a yard that you don't want to stripe you don't have a choice. I only stripe a couple of prime yards. The rest of my customers don't care and if all they're willing to do is pay me to cut their grass then that's all they get.
With the Big League Lawns stripers you can fix them up, out of the way when you don't want to use them.
I know this is old, but I read this and showed it to my wife, she about died laughing and wanted more information regarding the cheap 4.5" STRIPPER kit!!!!
We're both still sitting here just laughing!!!
Aw, c'mon. Nobody else thinks that's funny?
Ok, had to read it again.
Those would be some tiny bills to tuck in the g-string of a 4.5" stripper!