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Old 09-17-2016, 08:44 AM   #21
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So it's like the Chevy volt of lawnmowers?
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So it's like the Chevy volt of lawnmowers?
Maybe?

Electric lawnmowers (battery, not corded) are making bigger strides than electric cars....
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So then it's the tesla of lawnmowers
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So then it's the tesla of lawnmowers
It will strip you of your man card as soon as he starts it up. Kinda like pulling the string on a ceiling fan.
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It will strip you of your man card as soon as he starts it up. Kinda like pulling the string on a ceiling fan.
How do you start an electric mower? Is it like a light switch? I Know it's not a shoulder dislocating pull string.
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How do you start an electric mower? Is it like a light switch? I Know it's not a shoulder dislocating pull string.
Its a little more complicated than that. You have to show it a hillary voting card and proof of a .
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Its a little more complicated than that. You have to show it a hillary voting card and proof of a .
Clearly you know more about these than I do.
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Clearly you know more about these than I do.
He's seen my son use it
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At least they got their own high visibility jacket on all of them so everybody can see.
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just so you know, the chainsaw still needs oil... and LOL at making a video for the MH trolls!!

I have some property in Alvin, we can use that gas to start the burn pile again
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just so you know, the chainsaw still needs oil... and LOL at making a video for the MH trolls!!

I have some property in Alvin, we can use that gas to start the burn pile again
It's self oiling lol
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This would be good for grandpa at age 80 to do light yard work. I could see a 50 plus slim market. Mexicans do my yard for $20 bucks. You can't beat that!
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This would be good for grandpa at age 80 to do light yard work. I could see a 50 plus slim market. Mexicans do my yard for $20 bucks. You can't beat that!
My son does it fo free.
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