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Old 10-01-2013, 02:56 PM
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Nap time got most of the lawn mowed, and a travel trailer frame all cut up. Used up a bunch of my old sawsall blades. And recreational fire under control.
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Evenin NY

George, My "small" yard needs mowed too if your not too busy.

The Farmall still has a flat, so you'll have to use the lawn tractor. It cuts 42" at a time, so bring a lunch or two......
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Lawn mowers are kind of a touchy subject at the moment. About a month ago mine starting tearing itself apart(cracked case). I have been pouring oil in each time and "smoking" it along. Well I guess I didn't add enough for the length of time I ran it tonite, starting running rough and so I headed for the barn. Before I could get very far, boom, crash, the little engine that could, can't no more!
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Man, that sucks. My lawn tractor gave me a fit 2 summers ago, when I rebuilt the motor. Spent the whole summer trying to get it running.
Ever try to "trim" a yard next to flower beds with an 8' brush hog?

I had to redo some gardens, lol
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I will be putting in some new flower bads here in a couple of months. I always tear up the place with the plow truck on the first couple of snows. Fresh dirt all over the place!
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:54 PM
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LOL, Best thing I ever did was black top EVERYTHING around here!

I use a skid steer to clear the snow here, so you know I have the same problem!
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Good evening Neil, George, Steve, Charlie and everyone

I don't want to even think of plowing... It's to early
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Evening Charlie, Steve, Shaun, and Don! Getting about time to put the mowers away for the Winter. Get that damn white crap blower out.
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That reminds me, I need to get my snow blower back together so that I can mount it up on the lawn tractor when I finish mowing for the year.
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