CLC Tools and Shop Thread

jynx

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We are finally getting into some needed grade work on the north end of the shop. Cutting the drive around that end to access the big door. Also planning a seating area with fire pit on that end. Lots of dirt moved today.

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Erin ran the X today, I played loader b!tch and shuttled dirt. She's been on it for 2 days at this point and has picked it up quick. By the end of today, she was looking like a pro.

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Definition of out-kicked my coverage.

Tomorrow prep for the incoming rain and probably start on the ditch for the new 200A service.
 
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lawn mowers/tractors

Going to have some hills to mow/cut down.... nothing pretty needed. smallish area 2.5 acres

just don't want a piece of junk...

Got a few months but want to start looking.
 

ntsaint

Don't Assume I Know The Basics...
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I just made the same purchase. 60” exmark with the upgraded hydraulic seat. It’s glorious.

I mow my 4+ acres of yard in under two hours.
 
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I use a Snapper 48” zero turn for my 2.6ac. Front yard has a lot of trees and a creek so wanted something that was maneuverable and lighter weight to lessen the chance of getting stuck. Works
Great and shaved an hour off the time over the Kubota with a 60” belly deck.
 

wct49

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I have had a Gravely Zero Turn ZT HD 48' for nearly 10 years. It has a Kawasaki engine. I have had no issues with it. I would buy it again.
 
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