A extra Jingle machine.


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Been mowing ditch banks for some time for people. Used string trimmers which works fine but you have to be really steady to get an even trim.
Have use a couple types of power mowers but lusted for a AWD model after they came out.
I kept seening referbished ones at Lowe's and thought about buying one of those.
2016 I had a April knee replacement surgery so I was not mowing any ditches. Lowe's put them on sale at that time. Last day of the sale I went and bought one. they were very nice and loaded it up in Kare's Jorunney and brought it home. At home I used my home made ramps to unload it.

I had read reviews on this mower I swear some people are the stupidest lazyest things on earth. I am healling yet in June and had no problem unboxing The mower as severl people posted in the review how hard it was. I pretty much assembled the thing in thre box filled it with gasoline and oil used a utility knife to cut two sides and drove the mower out of the box.

I have now been mowing ditches with it for two full summers and love the machine. I did have a recoil starter problem with the BS engine. No biggy I used my cord less drill to start it till I could reenginner the factory starter.
Since I employeed a big fernder washer and some JB weld the starter works like it should.

Huskvarna AWD mower in action.






Of course I wear base ball cleats so I do not slip while mowing and the dead man switch is tested to make sure it works.


:D Al
 
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Been mowing ditch banks for some time for people. Used string trimmers which works fine but you have to be really steady to get an even trim.
Have use a couple types of power mowers but lusted for a AWD model after they came out.
I kept seening referbished ones at Lowe's and thought about buying one of those.
2016 I had a April knee replacement surgery so I was not mowing any ditches. Lowe's put them on sale at that time. Last day of the sale I went and bought one. they were very nice and loaded it up in Kare's Jorunney and brought it home. At home I used my home made ramps to unload it.

I had read reviews on this mower I swear some people are the stupidest lazyest things on earth. I am healling yet in June and had no problem unboxing The mower as severl people posted in the review how hard it was. I pretty much assembled the thing in thre box filled it with gasoline and oil used a utility knife to cut two sides and drove the mower out of the box.

I have now been mowing ditches with it for two full summers and love the machine. I did have a recoil starter problem with the BS engine. No biggy I used my cord less drill to start it till I could reenginner the factory starter.
Since I employeed a big fernder washer and some JB weld the starter works like it should.

Huskvarna AWD mower in action.






Of course I wear base ball cleats so I do not slip while mowing and the dead man switch is tested to make sure it works.


:D Al
My across the street neighbor mows profesionally and that is his trim mower.
 

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