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Thread: The "Looking to become a homeowner" Thread

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    The only brand-new Honda I'll ever own.


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    Nice!

    I got mine back in 1996 and it was working perfectly until like 3 years ago. It became harder and harder to start..., which resulted in me breaking the pull thread! Sold it to a local gardener for $50 because I've decided to go electric now.

    Honda mower's exhaust is much better smelling than the typical 2 stroke motors, but with electric, you only smell fresh cut grass... or sometimes fresh cut dog poop straight up!

    Anyway, Honda mowers are pricier than others, but it's gonna be a worthy investment.

    (BTW, I'm already on my 2nd electric mower because of battery degradation...)
    Last edited by Crazed_Insanity; May 15th, 2018 at 12:05 PM.

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    Sweet, it will last you a lifetime.

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    I use a reel mower. On a lawn with a larger footprint than our house, up a slight rise too.

    I often get called mad. But it keeps you fit and makes a nice pattern on the grass.

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    I switched to an electric battery powered push mower, love it. Always surprised how well it does. No regrets at all.

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    I have an electric weed whacker. I'm always amazed at how smooth and quiet it is vs the piston engines.

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    I've had the same Worx rechargeable weed trimmer since '11. No problems and still on the original spool of "thread".

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    So I already knew that my 1952 house once had sweet Grandma's basement rec-room faux wood paneling in it. Now I can also confirm that it once had 9x9 asbestos tiles throughout! This place must've been quite a sight when it was first built.

    And, the reason for ripping up carpet - using the leftovers from the kitchen to make a little uncarpeted spot in the entryway!



    I also finally finished my to-do list on the place yesterday so I can start moving in! w00t!
    Last edited by Yeti; June 10th, 2018 at 11:19 AM.

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    Looks good, congrats!

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    Yeah-ti!!!

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