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 on: Today at 04:39:44 AM 
Started by ArkansasDon - Last post by ArkansasDon
yes, I will sell that one. I have a few folks who are interested in it already. But I will not sell it until winter of this year. The price will be between $5,000. - no less than $4,500.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:18:09 PM 
Started by ArkansasDon - Last post by Losthunter
Nice , Will you be selling the old one?

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 on: Yesterday at 02:22:09 PM 
Started by ArkansasDon - Last post by ArkansasDon
 started on the new trailer project this afternoon (the actual trailer). Starting with the axle flip. I'll be using the Dexter Axle Flip Kit for the Dexter 3,500lb axle on the trailer. Then I'll add the shock absorbers kit. This will help to manage the axle spring movement & providing a smoother ride on the dirt roads

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 on: Yesterday at 09:37:50 AM 
Started by ArkansasDon - Last post by ArkansasDon

well we made it back, over 2,000 miles in 2 1\2 days to pick up our new squaredrop camping trailer in Summerfield Florida. We ordered it over a month ago, & they called last week for pick up. This is my new project for a offroad conversion camping trailer. Many new modification coming up.

We cover Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, & Florida. The actual trip was 913 miles one way but we ran into 175 miles of traffic road construction detours especially in the Birmingham I-59/20 in Alabama which sent us all the way down to Montgomery Alabama then back up Perry Alabama to our original course. We tried to use the city of Birmingham as the detour but the congestion in the city limits with resident traffic, truckers & travelers was a total grid lock & mess.

Quite the trip, we lived on Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, coffee, chicken strips w\ranch dressing, Burger King & a night out at Applebees. Drive time average was 12hrs 1st day, 2nd day 14hrs, yesterday 5 1\2 hrs.
 Now the fun & the changes begin.

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 on: April 17, 2019, 11 :37:32 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Sam Hutto
2 years ago I switched from a 52 inch cut, lawn tractor type mower to a 48 inch cut zero turn JD. Cut my mowing time almost in 1/2 and cut my weedeat'n  by more than that.  Surprised me that the zero turn, with a Kawasaki engine, was cheaper than a tractor type with a briggs on it.

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 on: April 16, 2019, 01 :38:45 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Losthunter
Just think how much more time you have now for the wife to find things for you to do.

How much time difference is there between the old mower you used and this one?
old one was a John Deere tractor type it took a little over an hour

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 on: April 16, 2019, 11 :10:16 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Biggen
mowed my acre yard today 20 minutes flat buddybeer buddybeer buddybeer

Just think how much more time you have now for the wife to find things for you to do.

How much time difference is there between the old mower you used and this one?

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 on: April 15, 2019, 08 :20:45 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Losthunter
mowed my acre yard today 20 minutes flat buddybeer buddybeer buddybeer

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 on: April 15, 2019, 06 :54:55 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Trapper
I'm sure John will keep the hammer down.   get-er

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 on: April 15, 2019, 06 :17:49 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Darrell
Not sure I'd want to get on a mower that needs a roll bar.
depends on how fast you drive, that looks like a nice mower John.

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