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That's awesome that everyone is looking to upgrade or add new equipment to make there businesses better. Keep at it everyone

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Definitely looking to purchase articulating long reach hedge trimmers shortly. We are getting more and more of this work (and enjoy it!) and the elimination of ladder work or most of it would be a huge bonus!
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everyone looks like they know of something that would be great to add to there business. hopefully everyone can add things this year.

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cleancutlawnsnc wrote:Id like to get a dump trailer and a mini skid steer but just wouldn't be feasible at this point.


Both of those are great pieces of equipment to have. I have a dump trailer and we have tractors on our farm. I also have a trenching machine

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cleancutlawnsnc wrote:Id like to get a dump trailer and a mini skid steer but just wouldn't be feasible at this point.


A dump trailer is a game changer bro. We love ours. Also a skid steer would be versatile as well. We have one of those as well.

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We are currently looking at some options: (hydraulic aerator or stand-on aerator) or a skid sprayer for the truck. I am currently leaning towards the skid sprayer

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ChuckB wrote:We are currently looking at some options: (hydraulic aerator or stand-on aerator) or a skid sprayer for the truck. I am currently leaning towards the skid sprayer



The Toro unit run about 10k but in all honesty, you'll make that back in no time at all!

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I thinking about investing in a dump trailer or a mesh trailer this season
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Mowin4Money wrote:Commercial Broadcast Spreader.

I used one of the Scotts broadcast spreader with plastic wheels. NOT FUN after 5000 sq ft.


For a long time I thought it might be an overkill, switched to the commercial spreader (Spyker) and I don't regret it. Absolutely. Like, at all.
After dealing with plastic wheels and crappy neck-straps it's such a pleasure.

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Been seriously looking at debris loaders. If I get one I want to offer curb side pickups for leaves this fall. Hoping this will expand and extend our business.
 
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