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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by ATL Lawn, Nov 13, 2007.
Steady rain for a week and a new set of tires for my truck. Maybe a nav unit.
i know thats right about the rain..
hey, you're in atlanta too..
go check out brandsmart , i got one for $99 yesterday
dump trailler or a one ton dump and a snow plow
1998 toyota tacoma
2007 snow king 4 buy98
craftsman 42 in riidder
craftsman 18hp chainsaw
snow king snow blower
1 craftsman push mower
1 lawn boy push mower
steail leaf blower hand held
5horse power little wonder
Lot's of SNOW this winter!
Dump insert for my new F250
Shindaiwa t261 trimmer
At least another 15-20 full service customers
At least 24 more mulch jobs and clean-ups than last spring
Decent amounts of rain through-out the mowing season
Truck loader for fall (One that runs as mine is a POS)
Lower fuel prices!!!
A MTGHS 48" Anniv. Edition Walker with high-dump. Also a mid-late 80s Camaro. Probably will end up with neither, but it's all good. NEED a new aerator and power rake though. Guess it all depends on how many lawns I end up with for next year...
cat d3 and a backhoe....
Heres my list:
-Truck (1995-2000 Chevy/GMC K2500)
-Western 8' Snow Plow
-Bigger Trailer (7x12, or bigger)
-Bagger for ZTR
A 48" Exmark Navigator, Shindaiwa trimmers, edgers, blowers, and pole saws, a 6 x 16 tandem axle trailer, a Vermeer SX600, and a 2008 Nissan Titan
Hopefully we won't have to buy as much equipment next year as we did this year. We bought four trucks, two mowers and a Cat 262C track loader, 2 trailers and land we started a nursery on this year. The way it is looking now we will need another track loader and a truck to start another crew for 08.
Cubcadet Commercial 54" Tank or Recon(being intoduced in '08).