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9th annual Lawn Thread 2018

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3 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

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Thanks.  Battery is so much easier so I'm glad to see that technology get better and better.  I have a friend that has a battery mower and mows about a half acre, uses two batteries on that.

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38 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

Thanks.  Battery is so much easier so I'm glad to see that technology get better and better.  I have a friend that has a battery mower and mows about a half acre, uses two batteries on that.

I want the Ryobi ride on mower but the wife is mad at me that I ran over a big rock yesterday which destroyed the gas mower. So when I asked her we need to spend $2600 on the Ryobi next spring, she asked if she could flush $2600 down the toilet right now. It wasn’t my fault I was cutting the lawn in the dark. It had to get done.

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1 hour ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

I want the Ryobi ride on mower but the wife is mad at me that I ran over a big rock yesterday which destroyed the gas mower. So when I asked her we need to spend $2600 on the Ryobi next spring, she asked if she could flush $2600 down the toilet right now. It wasn’t my fault I was cutting the lawn in the dark. It had to get done.

Check Craigslist for used mowers. This is an excellent time of the year to pick up a mower on the cheap side. Three years ago I purchased a mower for $30 and it still runs great. All of my yard tools are from yard sales. Estate sales are a great way to find almost any type of yard tool.

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