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Old 01-02-2012, 06:17 AM
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I love the Honda
Its so much better then the old Craftsmen that I was running.
Its fast, quite and easier on gas.
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okay here are a few pics of angles i took of my setup. just basic things.
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Here is a picture of some of my equipment.
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One more view. I do not have an walk behind turfco plugger, husquvarna tow behind plugger 48", or a Billy Goat lawn vac included in the picture.
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One more view. I do not have an walk behind turfco plugger, husquvarna tow behind plugger 48", or a Billy Goat lawn vac included in the picture.
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You may regret asking for photos...


2001 Chevy Silverado 5.3 V-8 4x4 - daily driver turned work truck with 6-way power, leather, heated seats and every option available except the engine block heater.
It killed me to press my baby into service, but you do what you gotta do.

Shown is my cargo carrier. (mobility scooter carrier) Of all my gear, this was one of the best investments I made. It was worth every penny. This is essentially how it all began.













5x8 trailer as purchased...





trailer refinished...










18" Craftsman (GASP! It's not commercial grade!) chain saw...





Mighty Mac hammermill chipper/shredder...





Stihl FS90R trimmer (Haha Look how clean it was!)...





Stihl articulating hedge trimmer attachment...





Toro 21" Super Recycler...





with a few of the spares...





26" two stage Craftsman snowblower (Oh noes! It's not commercial grade!)...








My $15.00 21" single stage MTD snowblower...





My original Craftsman blower and the Stihl that replaced it before I returned it...





Echo PB-251 that replaced the Stihl...





Echo PB-770T backpack blower...








Yard Man 4-Cycle split shaft trimmer I picked up as a backup along with a pole pruner attachment...




The rest of the attachments...





Acer Aspire laptop which I hope to have loaded with Gopher software sooner than later...





Husqvarna 24hp 54" ZTR that I just picked up a couple weeks ago (12/29/11)...










Whew! That's a lott'a pics!!!


I'll finish up with something I consider just as important as my other pieces of equipment - my lawn signs. I never leave home without them!



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I didn't know that gas motors came with engine block heaters???
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I didn't know that gas motors came with engine block heaters???
I'm not 100% certain. I assumed they are an option for those who live in Alaska or something. I just recall that it has every option that Chevy offered at the time except that. Oh, and a snow plow package - forgot about that - didn't come with that either.

I actually walked away from that truck on the lot when I looked in the window and saw the leather seats. "Pfffttt! Can't afford THAT!"
Turns out it was a demo model with 300 miles and it was a better price than anything brand new with less options. No regrets.


The very next day I removed the stupid bedliner* that was in it and started pricing caps. My wife needed the step, so I chose the fiberglass step/running boards and had them installed at the same place I got the cap from.


*Bebliners are fine if you're tossing rocks and stuff back there, but otherwise they cause rust underneath. I may eventually have it coated with a spray-on liner, but for now I have padding and carpeting back there.
Hey, it's hell on the knees to crawl around back there without it.

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I didn't know that gas motors came with engine block heaters???
I have been getting one in my vehicles since the 80's when we had a real bad freeze I do believe it was something like -32 and my car would not start. I never have a problem any more. It only takes a few minutes to get a nice toasty truck/car on the morning.
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So why did you take the Sthil blower back ???
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