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Old 02-16-2011
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i do have my own lawn buisness which let me afford my truck and all other crap. it was started by my brother when he was 13 and i took part of it over when we left for college when i was 13. for the record its called Pat's Perfect Lawn Service
i really need a hitch so the trailer tounge aint so high to
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nice and safe while mowing cus i can lock the top :)
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Time for some Stihl's in there. Looks good, put a valence on though
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I miss green grass.....i hate winter
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nice. you definitely need a hitch lol i wouldn't even tow a push mower using the bumper
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I just plain miss grass... I'd be happy with brown grass right now!
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Time for some Stihl's in there. Looks good, put a valence on though
i have had 2 echos, 1 my bro used when he had the company and now i got a new one, no problem what so ever, im sticking with my echo, i need a new edger though, the john deere thing sucks *****. but hey it works. its sitting in my shed, im building a tube bumper for the truck
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nice. you definitely need a hitch lol i wouldn't even tow a push mower using the bumper
thanks and ya i need one, but no it is fine but i wouldnt go any heavier on it.
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Echos are pretty good..although I am biased
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Haha ya seems like a lot of people are goin with stihl but I'm happy with echos
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echo is all we own..except the honda mower. hit up advance. they sell Reese and hidden hitch i believe. and valley something or other
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nice, i know where to get them i just dont wanna spend $100
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Ive been the Stihl's North American plant many times and great quality stuff and lots of good american (Some Germans of course) people work there.


Looks good though man
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Ive been the Stihl's North American plant many times and great quality stuff and lots of good american (Some Germans of course) people work there.


Looks good though man
I work at a dealer selling Stihl, they are a great company, fast parts, actual people when you call, great warranty...4 yrs if you purchase a piece of equipment and a 6 pack of synthetic stihl oil.
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this is ranger forum not lawn forum haha thanks guys
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