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Old 04-04-2012, 07:22 PM   post #1 of 2
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Im sure most of you guys do this too, the old spring and fall "switcheroo's"

In mid November, I move all of the mowing and leaf equipment into the back, and bring the snow stuff out front, well now that we are out of snow season, it was time to get the mowers back out and ready to go.

So I pulled everything out, smaller stuff went on the trailer.

-Toro 824 Snowblower
-Toro little snowblower
-Subaru Generator
-Ryobi String trimmer
-John Deere 14SB push mower
-Honda 2013 tractor

Swept it out..

And brought the stuff back..

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Old 04-04-2012, 09:18 PM   post #2 of 2
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Gotta get rid of that tan colored thing with 4 wheels on it. Garages are for tractors, parts, workbenches, spare blowers/decks, spare body parts....

My poor wife (good thing she has the patience of a saint) cleans snow off her car all winter so I can keep the tractors/blowers/parts (along with the granddaughter's toys) in the garage where they are protected from the elements.

Just got to get your list of priority type items figured out!
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