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    Maximum Bitrate TimmyM's Avatar
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    Now is that a mow-puter or compu-tractor?

    May I suggest adding GPS and computer controlled steering. You could then plot out your yard and let the computer mow the lawn it's self using the GPS for guidance.

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    Let's just hope you have nothing important within 5 feet (meters?) of the edge of the lawn...

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    beautiful! genius!!!

    that is a nice ride
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    Talking

    My friend has just recently gotten interested in, and has bought a spray gun for painting. We have talked about taking my dads riding lawnmower ( A couple model years newer than yours, but in the same shape), sand all the pannels down, and paint it some wild color with ghost flames or tribal crap on it. Just for him to practice. Maybe even paint the wheels chrome or weld on a faux side exit exhaust. Your technologicly pimped out lawn muncher has made me even more excited about makeing this secret project happen.Got a old *** pc laying around that would be perfect for mp3's. My dad is either gonna laugh realy hard or chase me around the yard with a shovel.


    Edit: My neighbor is a police officer, we will make my dad think it was stolen!
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    Lawn work never looked so sweet.
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    "Ok ma'm, that will be $10 for the lawn and '$75 for the security sweep of your WiFi system."
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    & and how's that HD mounted? i'm guessing you get a rougher ride than most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grepzen
    & and how's that HD mounted? i'm guessing you get a rougher ride than most.
    It's a Panasonic Toughbook that meets U.S. Military Standards MIL-STD-810F Durability. It has a full magnesium alloy case and a shock mounted removable HDD in stainless steel case that is vibration and drop-shock resistant.

    Some of these babies are even bulletproof

    BTW, way to raise the dead Dr. Frankinbaggins!

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    this thread is very bump-worthy. too bad i still have an old lawnmower, not a tractor. no place to mount the damn thing..

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