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    Here are some stripes I did the other day, used a 36" walk behind.
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  • #2
    Oh that is fantastic! What kind of mower are you using to do that?

    Are the other lawns in the area striped as well or is yours the only one?
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    • #3
      That specific yard is right across the street from my house, so mine is striped too, and then one other house down from me is also striped that I do. I use a 36" EagleStar walk behind to do it.

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      • #4
        That specific yard is right across the street from my house, so mine is striped too, and then one other house down from me is also striped that I do. I use a 36" EagleStar walk behind to do it.
        How do you to those? Is there a trick to do them or is it a specific peace of equipment you need to do them?
        White Company

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        • #5
          So whats a 36" EagleStar walk behind cause i couldnt find it on google. And I to am intrested in how this is done. Is it like the tiff mowers with a roller for rear wheels?

          Anyways let us know....
          Colton
          Mountain View Greenskeeper proudly offering yard care in the East Valley of Arizona.

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          • #6
            Ah, nice stripes! I dig it when I look back and see a nice striped lawn.
            Boughter's Lawn Care Services Mowing and Fertilizing in New Castle, PA

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            • #7
              those are some of the nicest stripes i have ever seen!!!! wow!

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              • #8
                An EagleStar mower is just a regular 36" walk behind. It's probably 9 or so years old. Kee's makes it. Has a Kawasaki on it. The mower stripes great by itself, but I attached a peice of rubber to the rear of the deck which glides on the grass as I mow. That's what creates the stripes. I use a metal roller on my zero turn, but on the 36", the rubber works fine.

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