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500 notifications it has been to long, I will mark the one year mark for my Landscape company in January, Rogers Landworks LLC and be 18 in January also, I am still a milwaukee fan and still use them for when i need a new power tool but have become quite the STIHL Collector, i have 2 full time guys working with me, 3 trucks, my f250, a 97 f550 dump bed i stole for 3k 7.3 power stroke, and a isuzu nor enclosed box truck, i will soon be going back to enclosed trailer for running mowers and one for my hardscape/ concrete, enclosed box truck is not the way to go, i do lawn maintenance , landscape design and install, pavers, certified by allan block in retaining walls fire pits knee walls out door kitchens, i have a huge gooseneck dump trailer i rent out and use for land clearing and material hauling, i will be financing a cat 287b track loader after I'm 18. and now have gotten into concrete patches/ asphalt patches crack repair and surface painting so i cover all of the outdoor surfaces. i hope to grow it into a multi million dollar company is the plan, but when i get my enclosed for my "tool shed" i want to make it modular so i can have all my concrete floats etc in one bin or my chisels and hammers and adhesives for hardscape, etc whats on the market I'm out of the tool world but i promise this won't be it I'm sticking around now i need to remember how to post pics

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Over weight load grossed 35k DOT would have had a field day

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The f250 and dual tandem gooseneck dump trailer i will never after having this buy a single wheel gooseneck
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Pavers, seating wall and fire pit
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Known for the cowboy hats lol
 
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That was also my 5,100 post to the TIA forum.

Getting there thanks man, gonna start a thread about building this rolling tool shed should be a good one, have a work bench, then shelving to hold tough boxes or something along those lines and racks and other things

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Getting there thanks man, gonna start a thread about building this rolling tool shed should be a good one, have a work bench, then shelving to hold tough boxes or something along those lines and racks and other things

Fascinating reading about your setup for sure! Did you get a start on the rolling tool shed?

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