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Well, I didn't apply makeup, or even wash them for that matter, but today while mowing, I thought I'd get a shot of my "daily use" gear while I had a decent backdrop.


I don't feel like picking and choosing the best shots, so here are all of them!



























As you can see, "brand loyalty" is a concept lost on me.
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I see the collection of equipment getting bigger and the company growing

Very nice setup!
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My PB770 is in the shop for warranty work so I can't get the stuff together for a group shot.

Looks like I blew out the fan bearing.
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I see the collection of equipment getting bigger and the company growing

Very nice setup!
Thanks. It's getting the job done.

I think it will be a while before I get a larger mower (need to pay off the Ferris first), but I will probably pick up a new 21" end of this season, or beginning of next, so I can make the current Toro a backup.
I also plan to get a commercial pole pruner next year.
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My PB770 is in the shop for warranty work so I can't get the stuff together for a group shot.

Looks like I blew out the fan bearing.

Mine was acting up last month - bogging out on me. They told me $50 to clean the carb.
I thought that was BS considering I just bought it in the fall and it was barely used, so I said screw that. I've been using it and it seems to be "healing itself". Go figure. Saved me $50 at least.
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If it's bogging try some Seafoam. Some in the gas and some in the carb. It'll smoke like crazy for a few and then run like new.

That's probably all they were going to do for $50.
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I edited your picture homie.

before


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green is darker, red is redder... black is blacker. Driveway is digitally pressurewashed (LOL)... oranges are darker, yellows pop. etc. fun times.


oh and just in case...

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Those mowers look cool in purple too
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Cheese I like the purple, but my daughter wants them in hot pink.
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As you can see, "brand loyalty" is a concept lost on me. [/quote]

Brand Loyalty? The only loyalty I have to green folding stuff that goes into my pocket
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