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jsblawncare

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I use pack em racks. What do you use?

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I myself fabricated on out of some scrap steel hat I bought for a dollar per pound and it works well.

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Packem here too. 5 crews.
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I like the trimmer trap racks. There good and the quality of them is outstanding. They have been around for a long time.

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Definetly green tough extreme series racks. By far the most secure on the market. No rotation too! Just be sure to get the engine mounts.
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I definitely prefer and recommend the green touch racks

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I use green touch it's the only racks that didn't damage my trimmers. Jungle Jim, Trimmer Trap, packem, rackem all damaged our handles.
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Id have to recommend The green touch trimmer rack!
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Definitely green touch. They're coming out with a new trimmer rack and a blower rack here soon.
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I recently purchased racks from Trinity Iron Images, and they are simple and perform the job intended, also <$200 shipped to your door, can't beat it!
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Titan Racks, you get a 3 trimmer rack and 2 Blower rack for $165 shipped to your door. Costs more if you are doing an enclosed trailer, you have to buy the attachment at Jungle Jims

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So those racks are the same as "Jungle Jim's", good find! Mowin4money, This will definitely be an asset to guys looking to expand and add to there equipment,

I honestly believe that a good trimmer rack or something to protect the trimmers is paramount, you spend anywhere from $200 - $400 on a single trimmer but won't secure it properly because you think that the racks are too expensive

Well how expensive is it for them to break, much less pull up to a job site and it won't crank for whatever reason because you let it roll around in your truck and something broke off, so now you can't finish the job and got to have it repaired

To all the new guys out there, please secure your handhelds, you will be grateful that you did down the road
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I have the trimmer racks, but I think I am envious of the people with engine mounts. As much of the stuff we see around, is it just a keeping up with the Jones's or are the Engine Mounts a necessity?

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I believe depending on where the trimmer rests on the rack, if it rests closer or further from where the engine is attached to the shaft would determine (bouncing and leverage) if you needed engine mounts

I think they are cool but in the history of trimmer racks, they're have been allot made without them
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I store mine vertically with three 'U' hooks that screw into the wall of my enclosed trailer. Haven't had any issues (so far) storing it that way, and I think it probably cost less than $10. I feel the best one is whichever one works best for your situation AND fits your finances.

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