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 04-11-2004, 16:25 Post: 82762
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Well, with the stock market bouncing around, The wife and I decided to invest in something a little more stable ( for now ) we recently purchase the 3 acre lot next us to before the developer starting building( He had already put in stakes for septic and house location for one of their Spec homes. It has pretty much been a empty field for the last 20 years, being brush hogged once a year. I was a little reluctant to use the MMM to mow if for the first time, But as I do not yet own a Brush cutter. I decided to take it slow and go for it. The field had not been cut since about August of last year. And I have to say the MMM did it's job and then some. Now instead of an overgrown field, it almost look like a yard. I was really surprised when I hit a rock and a piece of metal and when I looked at the blades when I was done there was hardly a mark on them. My old mower blades would have been shot after that. It didn't even really bog down the mover. Now I just have to figure out a way to rake up all the cut grass.






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 04-12-2004, 03:38 Post: 82803
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Tie your discharge chute open. Remow and let the clippings spread out even. It will do the job until you are ready to build and keep a manicured lawn.






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 04-12-2004, 16:58 Post: 82867
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If it ever stops raining, I will do that. I was lucky Saturday to get it mowed once, now they are calling for rain for the next 4 days again. Ulitmately it will become more pasture for more horses and I will not have to keep it mowed on a regular basis. But after buying the lot, don't have much left to buy fencing for a while. So planning on keeping it mowed this year. Thanks






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Congrats on your new investment!!!






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