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Discussion in 'Lawn Mower Forum' started by mjodrey, Oct 12, 2010.
I figure you guys have all seen this,but I'll post it anyway.
There is a company that sells r/c flying lawn mowers, they have it in the computer simulators too LOL
I guess I should have watched the video before I posted a response doh!
I do that too sometimes,not reading a post all the way through . Then I reply to it,and find out that my answer doesn't make sense because I didn't read it all.Or I give an answer and then find that the answer was already there.
It doesn't help either that work is dragging today and I don't want to spend to much time on the net so they don't flag me
Hey,that makes perfect sense.
Hmm... a flying Bolens .......
Now your talkin'.
I had a flying mower once. Older push mower... wouldn't start... heck of a hang-time... had to buy a new one.
I know what your sayin'.
Maybe a person could trim their hedges with it.LOL
Or I could give my son that hair cut he needs... a REAL buzz-cut.
Flying equipment does usually mean a new purchase soon after LOL.
That happened to an old Husky mower that I had LOL! It sounded something like fwoop, fwoop, fwoop, crash!
It is always a good way to make an excuse for an upgrade.
Hey,that's a good idea.
I now have an actual FlyMo GT-4. Scanned the "manual" (More like multi-page flyers) on GTT. Listed under Outdoor Power Equipment Manuals.
I have a buddy over in England who has a mower that does not touch the ground.I don't know what make it is,but he says it looks like something out of a science fiction movie.