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    Mowing Time Yet?

    Decided to crank up the F525 today & make sure it was ready for mowing season: Click image for larger version. 

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    Took a while to start the first time of the season, so the battery could use some charge. Took it to the work shed to air the tires & check it over. Then, what better way to charge the battery than to run it a bit? I'll just mow the patch at the east end of the house ------------------- The front yards pretty clumpy, so I'll trim it up. -------------- Strip along side the drive could stand some cleanup too, so I'll mow it. ----------- Some of the back yard grows faster, so it got mowed also. An hour later, the mower is back in it's shed & the whole yard's mowed!
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    I've mowed once, and will need to do it again probably this weekend or Monday depending on when the rain lets up.
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    Yeah, I think I'll probably mow tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alembic View Post
    Yeah, I think I'll probably mow tomorrow.
    Yup - same here. It will be into May before I start.
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    Same here. We are weeks away from mowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alembic View Post
    Yeah, I think I'll probably mow tomorrow.
    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Same here. We are weeks away from mowing.
    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Yup - same here. It will be into May before I start.
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    If grnspot110 is just getting started with the mowing, he is behind. I've been mowing for 60 days now. Even fired up the 1050 to do some this afternoon! Was good to get back on the big green guy and do some work today!!
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    Im gonna pull mine out within the next week and just do some test runs to make sure they are ready.. I do full service in the fall right before winter storage.. Im still 3 weeks at least here unless it warms up a bunch.. Im about done with my lawn rolling part of my business..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alembic View Post
    Yeah, I think I'll probably mow tomorrow.
    I'm sorry for ya, brother.
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    Just put the deck on the murray last week. Ill probably mow my designated area some time next week.
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