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Old 03-20-2016, 02:41 PM   #1
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Sweet, now IF I had grass, it may be a consideration. I can see sitting on the deck, beer in one hand, remote in the other.
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That thing looks cool! Another toy to play with on our yard.
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I could Park my Dixie Chopper !
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Old 03-27-2016, 07:37 PM   #6
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Shoot, we just got another 4" of snow in the last couple days.
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Now, If they made one that was autonomous, then I'm in.
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I've got about 1.5 acres to cut. I'm waiting for one that will do it all by itself. Fill it up with gas, push a couple of buttons and go take a nap.
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This is what I have, Joe. Installed at my new place in November. It works great. I have it programmed to mow every day for one hour. So the lawn always looks freshly mowed. I do have to weed-wack once a week, takes about 10 minutes for that. This is the Phx area, so I only have grass in the back, and not alot, but larger than normal for Phx.
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