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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by mowerdude777, Feb 25, 2009.
suppose to visit dirty jerz soon.... maybe I'll grab one and bring it back on the plane with me... )
wow, we have two of those and stopped using them due to not able to get bags to fit the wide mouth anymore, does home depot have them???? if so i am in luck once again!!!!!!!!!
Our home depot sure dosn't sell them. I agree that a great alternative is the Rubbermaid Commercial cans, they are usually grey. They are HEAVY though, so once you get them loaded it may be a 2 man job getting them in a truck. At least the handles dosn't just rip off like the cheaper ones...
I've found that rectulangular storage bins, the big ones, work awesome for shrub trimmings, cleaning out beds, etc. They are low to the ground so it's easier to get stuff into them, wind dosn't blow them over (usually) and they have a lot more uses than a normal 33 gallon trash can.
I think they're easier to use. Bigger, more flexible, more durable.
what about the handles i have herd that they are week
I always have one on the truck. They're virtually indestructible. I don't use them as much with the truck loader, but I'm always finding a use for them.
I think Lesco has them.
Found ONE!!!! John Deere took over Lesco.... stopped in the shop today.... low and behold... waaaaaaay in the corner of the store.... a green barrel.... was like finding gold.... I think I even saw a rainbow coming out of it....
I didn't buy it... too cheap.
You kill me man....I WANT, I WANT, I WANT....I FOUND, I FOUND,....I PASSED By the way, Jersey anit dirty...Its the rest of the states that are too clean...