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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty72 View Post
    I laughed at the neighbor the other day, spent better than 5 minutes trying to get the EMPTY garbage can rigged to pull/haul in the back of his SUV from the end of his drive 50' back to the house on a flat paved driveway...
    Still ended up tipping it and had to walk back a bit and recover it.
    THAT's pretty funny! ^^^^

    When I was driving my Jeep most of the time, I could easily stick a hand out the window and drag the can down alongside to retrieve the can. The benefits of a vehicle that has no curves on the side! With my F-250 I can't do that any more.

    My driveway is 342' long and mostly flat. I have used the tractor a time or two when the can was super loaded, but not on a regular basis. I just had the driveway paved over the summer, so now garbage night is no big deal! Sure is easy rolling those cans on blacktop!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    THAT's pretty funny! ^^^^

    When I was driving my Jeep most of the time, I could easily stick a hand out the window and drag the can down alongside to retrieve the can. The benefits of a vehicle that has no curves on the side! With my F-250 I can't do that any more.

    My driveway is 342' long and mostly flat. I have used the tractor a time or two when the can was super loaded, but not on a regular basis. I just had the driveway paved over the summer, so now garbage night is no big deal! Sure is easy rolling those cans on blacktop!
    Rub it in why don't ya!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvbearcat View Post
    Rub it in why don't ya!
    That's what we do here, right?


    Of course, if we extrapolate what it cost (and I got a pretty good deal) to pave my 342' driveway to what it would cost to pave your 1500' driveway.... You could buy a dedicated 2032R to do nothing but haul your trash cans up and down the driveway!


    In all seriousness, if I had a 1500' driveway, I'd be using something besides "man-power" to haul my trashcans to the road!!
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