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Old 04-28-2008, 10:16 PM   #1
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well i just splurged on this toy....






exmark commercial mower for the side business
pretty nice machine
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clean lookin mower.

so, what other lawn machines you got? I got to use my grandpas grasshoper the other day. these type of mowers are sweet!

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thanks, its brand new, just arrived at the dealer this morning!!

i gots a small business, anywhere from 5-12 lawns a week, plus im just a junior in high school i got a trimmer and a blower both commercial quality but forget the brands. those grasshoper'* are pretty fun i must say! (was the 1500 worth it, oh yea, this thing flys!)
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Holy smokes! A $1500 mower!!! But the way it sounds it'll pay for itself in no time.

For two of my former jobs I ran Toro Groundsmasters, I had fun with those.
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well i just splurged on this toy....






exmark commercial mower for the side business
pretty nice machine
Nice but over priced. I would have bought a john deer mower....then again I just bought a toro electric start mower for myself,
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eh maybe shadow, but there comes that time when do you go back to home depot and by another Toro homeowner machine that gets 10x as much use/wear which equals new parts every season or buy a better macine to last 10+ years under the higher stress?

and the groundmaster seems like a big machine
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