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    Best way to cut down weeds

    These things are very handy and work real fast too

    http://www.acehardware.com/product/i...Id=27450736583
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    What about a "weed whacker"
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    I prefer a weed whacker :P less manual labor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    These things are very handy and work real fast too

    http://www.acehardware.com/product/i...Id=27450736583
    This is possibly the most useful thread i have read of yours. Turns out we just started building at a new spot. Theres a lot of grass and poison oak that need to be cleared and rakes just dont do the job. Im gonna go buy one of these 2 marrow, thanks

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    I just ride the trail until the weeds are dead.

    if that doesnt work...

    I urinate everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madman133
    I prefer a weed whacker :P less manual labor.
    weed wackers throw shiat all over you....these they make quick work to the weeds....way faster then weed wacker.....it is really easy ......just swing back and forth...and weeds gone
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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6

    I urinate everywhere.
    When I read the header thats what I thought it was about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    When I read the header thats what I thought it was about.
    I pictured SMT with a flamethrower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    I will never get the 46 seconds of my life that were lost by opening this post back.
    sorry...was asked to post this by jamesDh or dhjames...watever the name

    but actually a good post for where we live...the weeds are everywhere and u can't see the around corners right now because of the height of the weeds
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    ddamn.... i thought he'd atleast show us a pic of a field on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    I will never get the 46 seconds of my life that were lost by opening this post back.
    Seeing as this post is related to trailbuilding, I don't see what you are complaining about.

    Thanks for tip...my personal favorite trail tools are a shovel and a pair of "lopers" for overhanging brush.
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    I saw this jeep in north hollywood yesterday with a huge flag and the smt sign on the flag. Was it you bob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    I pictured SMT with a flamethrower.
    He has a rep the Rangers would know who to visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB_prodigy
    I saw this jeep in north hollywood yesterday with a huge flag and the smt sign on the flag. Was it you bob?
    nah......stock Silver 4Runner.... License plate Octo
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    He has a rep the Rangers would know who to visit.
    funny...ever time there is a big fire in our hills....I am usually out of town....how convenient
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tod Says What?!
    This is possibly the most useful thread i have read of yours. Turns out we just started building at a new spot. Theres a lot of grass and poison oak that need to be cleared and rakes just dont do the job. Im gonna go buy one of these 2 marrow, thanks
    the only down side is the attachment from the blade to the "stick" bends....buy 2 or 3 of them if you have people helping out
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    one of my more favored tools


    if not, then grab the loppers and regular bow saw
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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    I pictured SMT with a flamethrower.
    Something like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKnight
    one of my more favored tools


    if not, then grab the loppers and regular bow saw

    a chainsaw to cut down weeds? whats the matter....you didn't have any agent orange left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneeck
    Something like this?
    Pretty much, except it'd be a dude thats close to 5o years old and in a pirate costume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
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    Scythe enthusiest around the world would say you're a sell out for buying one of those.

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    So does this mean you did trail work bob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamatt
    So does this mean you did trail work bob?

    I wish bob did all the work, after riding sunday on that trail its getting so bad I MIGHT have to go do it myself, but I'll probably just wait for it all to die and fall down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamatt
    So does this mean you did trail work bob?
    nah....none for me for another 5 weeks (when I start riding the trail again)


    get out there and work on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdc
    I wish bob did all the work, after riding sunday on that trail its getting so bad I MIGHT have to go do it myself, but I'll probably just wait for it all to die and fall down.
    fat lazy teen....calls me up and ask me why there is weeds.....do it yourself....fvck
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    fat lazy teen....calls me up and ask me why there is weeds.....do it yourself....fvck
    haha. he should just ride over them :-P.

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