2008 - Volume #32, Issue #5, Page #36
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Lawn Mower Work Station

The Lawn Pro Lawnmower Work Station almost makes lawn mower maintenance fun, according to Paul Meeks of Great Day, Inc., in Tallulah, La.
  Consisting of two arched ramps (8 1/2 by 48 in.) made of aircraft aluminum with positive traction rungs. Once the lawn mower's front end has been driven on, the ramps' stop blocks ensure perfect positioning.
  "The Work Station elevates the mower 16 in. off the ground, which is an ideal height to comfortably sit while doing maintenance to conventional or zero turn mowers," Meeks says. "We also make an optional stool that puts you at the perfect height for repair work."
  With the lawn mower's deck exposed and accessible, the Work Station's handy "flip-n-hold blade holder" locks one, two, or three blades in place instantly for cleaning, sharpening or removal and reinstallation.
  An added benefit is that it weighs only 26 lbs., folds flat, and "nests" together for compact, easy storage or transport.
  The Work Station sells for $206 (plus S&H.) The optional Pro Work Stool is priced at $59 (plus S&H).
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Great Day, Inc., Box 472, Tallulah, La. 71282 (ph 866 649-1918; sales@greatdayinc.com; www.greatdayinc.com).

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2008 - Volume #32, Issue #5