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    PStechPaul's Avatar
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    Cool Introduction for me, my dog, and my mowers, in MD

    Hi:

    I just spent quite a while trying to upload my avatar, with an "upload failed" message, but I think it finally took.

    My machines are:

    A Toro Personal Pace "Recycler" that I renovated after years of neglect:

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    An old MTD "Yard Machine" I also rescued from oblivion with a new carb and tank:

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    An old Black & Decker corded electric mower:

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    Recently purchased used B&D cordless 36V mower:

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    And a Powermate string brush cutter:

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    I first came on this site looking for info on a "Roto-Hoe" chipper I bought for $40:

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    Enough for now. I am also planning on an electric conversion for my 1968 Simplicity Broadmoor tractor, as well as a Craftsman riding mower with no deck to be used as a utility vehicle, also an electric conversion.

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    LawnWorld Support Catherine's Avatar
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    Re: Introduction for me, my dog, and my mowers, in MD



    Great collection! Welcome to the forum.
    Catherine
    LawnWorld Support

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    Re: Introduction for me, my dog, and my mowers, in MD

    Looks like you don't have a lack of projects.

    Glad to have you with us.

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    Cool Re: Introduction for me, my dog, and my mowers, in MD

    Yes, I certainly have enough projects to keep me busy. Actually, I usually use a corded electric string trimmer for my front yard, which is too small and has too many obstructions to do very much with a power mower. It really needs a few inches of topsoil and reseeding. Much of it is bare dirt, roots, and weeds.

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