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jakelaniermls

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What is everyone's Favorite Money making piece of Equipment? and Why?

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For me it would have to be the Honda HRC-216 commercial 21" mower. They are my favourite small mower because they are built like tanks. I used the first one I got commercially for 10 years until it started looking older, and I still have it as a backup mower now. I purchased another new one in 2014 for cosmetic reasons. it however was stolen in July of 2015, so out came the 10 year old Honda to save the day and finish off the season. I then purchased a 3rd one at the start of last season to replace the stolen one.

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Must have been a good mower if someone went through the trouble of stealing it! and for the 1st one to last 10 years is amazing. #alwayshaveabackup

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My Favorite would have to be my Kubota Z122E Zeroturn Mower! Because it saved my business from going out of business years back. When both my other mowers so happen to blow up out of nowhere lol, it has been so reliable and has not had 1 problem in the 2 years that i owned it!

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Got to be my snapper commercial 21 walk behind. 12 years old, cost me £100 and never had any problems. Honda engine is bulletproof. Its made me a lot of money and cuts though over grown grass fast. Shame they don't make that model any more
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I would have to say my Echo SRM230, it has a good amount of power. Its also pretty light unlike the stihl trimmers. I am very particular when it comes to string trimming and it is probably the on thing I enjoy most.
Next would have to be my hustler ZTR simply because I can sit down for a few mins.

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For me it would be my SCAG VRide 52! It's my money maker! LOL

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jakelaniermls wrote:What is everyone's Favorite Money making piece of Equipment? and Why?


I would agree our Kubota is a great money maker but I think the open trailer is the true money making!

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The utility trailer I first started with, that thing is a money making machine even if its 10'-5.5' build quick attach side walls for mulch or big brush jobs.

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Wright Standers! Been using them for 12 years now. Great money makers.

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For me, it would either be my pressure washer or my Exmark turf tracer.

I have built myself a pressure washer by pairing an engine and motor together, and I have made a lot of money with a simple pressure washing setup.

My turf tracer allows me to get anywhere a larger mower can't, and it is very maneuverable for the tight areas and small lawns I'm faced with. Definitely saves time on smaller lawns so I don't have to push mow gated back yards because I have a 36 inch deck model.
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Well I bought a Toro 50-inch zero turn last year that did well for about 30 hours I got rid of that because I didn't care for it too much then I bought a Kubota z121s that was fantastic but then after 50 hours I needed to get rid of it because I wasn't using it that often. So then I bought a Toro 3225 that 32 inch cut will get through any residential back gate so I don't have to use my self-propelled mower now that's the real money maker I take what would have normally taken me 45 minutes on a yard I can do it now in about 20 to 30 minutes.
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We love our scag tiger cat 52" it's the perfect mower rather grass is dry, wet, or tall. If the grass is dry in summer months I might grab my Exmark 60" just to say I used it.
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Tough question! I would have to say that my Honda HRX 217 and Echo SRM 230 are my favorite pieces of money making equipment. I don't prefer one over the other just because they both save me a great amount of time. Both tools are essential to the quality of the work I like to provide, and both have gotten me new customers while on job sites.
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I run a Gravely Pro-Turn 252. I bought it back in '15 and it's got plenty of grit. It won't back down from any situation. I did some searching before buying and for what I do the Gravely can't be beat.
 
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