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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by KG26, Apr 1, 2013.
Poly is light but they crack easily.
meh. get a bobcat.
Fixed it for you......
This shovel doesn't break
I dunno the edge of the bucket is pretty Rusty
I quit a lawn once because someone always took their dog to crap in the ditch where it HAD to be weed eated. I can handle hitting it with the zero turns.
are yal talking about scoop shovels?
I keep my prices the same for the third year in a row and have upsold new clients. I have saved some money by switching product on lawn treatment and my bottom line is going up so I have no need to raise prices. Right now looking to get rid of problem clients. no matter how GREAT of a job you do always get some Pain in the A$$ that is NEVER happy.
CHEAPO's can GO!!!!
I dont see what this has to do with breaking shovels.
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