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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by mowerdude777, Feb 25, 2009.
make a pair out of rope...they work better easier on the hands
Seems like my operation wouldn't need them...
All my clippings and other debris goes staight into the back of the truck or onto a tarp and on the trailer on in the back of the truck..
but they do look cool...do you guys use them for maintenance?
hahaha... good point... Never looked at it that way....
I'll get the barrel... just didn't feel like gettin' it yesterday. Won't be doing routine cutting for another month or so.
around here 50 gal rubbermaids are like 20 bucks cheaper than the green barrels which are sixty gallons, have a wider opening, and can take the abuse much better(except for the bottoms wearing out). I heard about them on here and they are hard to find around here,but I love them and they are worth it IMO
That' hilarious....I'll have to remember that one.
NJ guys FYI, got a handout from pridelandscape supply @ the show on Wednesday. They are having an openhouse on March 6th (dbl check date) and what caught my attention wasthe 60 gallon barrels for 39.99. I thought that was cheap. Lesco is selling them for 60 and I believe home cheapo is selling them for around 55 (if/when they actually carry them). BTW, they are located in south amboy. They have a few other show specials that are pretty enticing. I'm not sure if its a scam where its "while supplies last" or something like that.
Does anyone have any pics of these or a link where I can look these. Ive never seen one of these!
lol, I thought I was the only one, I was going to ask WTF are 'Green Barrels'?
Only thing I can think of are those blue ones you cut in half to put kegs in.
i was trying to see if I had a picture of my old one that long ago cracked...cant seem to find one..ill check the internet and see if i can dig up a picture.
heres a pic of one(they usually come with a handle)