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  • #16
    I don't understand the power sweeper attachment on the Kombie. Why is such a high powered sweeper needed? Can't you just blow the stuff off with the blower instead of sweeping driveway?

    Do you use the blower attachment on the Kombie or do you just buy those seperate? Like you said you bought 3 600's.

    Sorry for all the questions. You are saving me a ton of time and money by answering these. Again, I really appreciate it.

    Matt
    Sorry, I should have explained. We do a lot of landscaping, we will blow as much top soil/ turf dressing/multch etc as possible however there is still quite a bit that needs to be swept then sometimes pressure washed.

    I do not have the blower attachment, we use our blowers so much for so many jobs we have dedicated back pack units.
    Andy
    Halifax, Nova Scotia

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    • #17
      I did not buy the blower attachment either.

      I have

      Trimmer straight shaft
      Edger curved shaft/ Should of bought the straight shaft
      Hedge trimmer
      Pole chainsaw trimmer
      Pole ext.
      www.painelesscreations.com
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      • #18
        I did not buy the blower attachment either.

        I have

        Trimmer straight shaft
        Edger curved shaft/ Should of bought the straight shaft
        Hedge trimmer
        Pole chainsaw trimmer
        Pole ext.
        One attachment that also receives a tremendous amount of use that came to me in the shop, is the edger, we use it for cutting sod when installing drainage systems and when laying new sod, works great
        Andy
        Halifax, Nova Scotia

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        • #19
          I'm jealous of the both of you. Can't wait to get the Kombie along with all the attachments. WOOHOOO! Going to be a good day when I get those!

          Matt

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          • #20
            That same dealer that has all the Stihl products also has a ton of Cub Cadet Commercial mowers (walk-behinds, zero-turns, etc...). Is that a good brand or is Toro better?

            Thanks,
            Matt

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            • #21
              That same dealer that has all the Stihl products also has a ton of Cub Cadet Commercial mowers (walk-behinds, zero-turns, etc...). Is that a good brand or is Toro better?

              Thanks,
              Matt
              I honestly have no idea, my Stihl dealer is John Deere, if they sold Husky that is probably what I would buy, it's rare that I need service but when I do, any client that is in this business gets top priority, it's great as staff who may pull a cord out can simply stop in and it's fixed on the spot.

              There is a Toro dealer in the city but I have never seen their equipment out, I would guess Deere has 85%+ of the market in our city followed by Kubota, I have never seen any other brands driving by properties or on trailers.
              Andy
              Halifax, Nova Scotia

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              • #22
                some of my trucks i will try to get pics of shop
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                • #23
                  here is a link to my marketing material

                  Murphy Property Maintenance marketing material

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                  • #24



                    Just my workshop............




                    Also, for those asking about the Sthil Kombi System, it's worth it to buy - it's one mean machine.
                    Last edited by CHEESE2009; 01-20-2011, 10:03 PM.

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                    • #25
                      Also, for those asking about the Sthil Kombi System, it's worth it to buy - it's one mean machine.
                      That is what I plan on buying next. Can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!

                      Matt

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                      • #26
                        heres my old shop ,it was too small for my toys but some of you might like it .
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                        • #27
                          aerial view of my shop
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                          Last edited by 950thomas; 01-21-2011, 06:48 PM.

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                          • #28
                            My Office and Shop! Not much but i Think its pretty Decent for just starting out. I'm Proud of it! The Link is to My Shop Pictures. The attached pictures are my office.

                            http://www.gopherforum.com/showthrea...t=12672&page=2
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                            Last edited by DillonB92; 01-22-2011, 12:18 AM.

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                            • #29
                              Drum roll please!

                              And the winner for 2010 is.......
                              DillonB92

                              Runner up is.......
                              JMADEWELL09


                              Congratulations!!!!!
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                              • #30
                                Drum roll please!

                                And the winner for 2010 is.......
                                DillonB92

                                Runner up is.......
                                JMADEWELL09


                                Congratulations!!!!!
                                Congratulations!!!

                                Matt

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