"pretty much same as everyone else, waterproofs on, gazebo up over the poor bloke whose using teh mixer or saw and crack on with it. If it gets to the point where its too dangerous, counter productive or just too wet then we get maintenance done, or…"
"Pmsl........... well seen your in London !!!! Up ere in t Norf its chucked it down every other day and sometimes for days on end. We dont get droughts we get floods thats "how often does it rain " up here :-(
"Although worth remembering if your up steps or ladders cutting hedges they can become slippery with mud and rain (same if its icy) and if your employing staff if they slip and cut there fingers off then you could end up having a big heavy book…"
Andrew, glad you are pleased with the LK. It sure is a workhorse and a pleasure to use. I too find the height adjusters a little stiff but at least they are strong and will withstand a lot of hardship. I had been using an old 24 inch honda powed marina galaxy and its only now i realise how poor it was. The lk's finish is spot on and with a bit more perserverance i hope to land a few commercials. I also got a pro 46 self push etesia for smaller jobs and whilst i was concerned with not getting a self propelled model i have to say that it is an amazing machine. Hope your season is going well and you get to put the LK to good use.
Hi Andrew, did you press go on the purchase from whitby? I ran about with mine today and it is as good as the lads say.The AS moter machine (German) that Cyrill Johnsons tried to push your way is a great machine by all accounts but lacks a reverse gear and they aint light. I am finding myself dragged up your way more and more these days with referrals around cairnburn rd flowing in. Hows business with you?