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Pro-Turf, LLC
06-18-2011, 09:34 AM
I have a 2004 Walker Mower Perferator aerator attachment that I bought new and used one day a year has a total of approx. 40-50 hours on the machine. Runs great.

$3150
Located in minnesota.
Can deliver for a price.

Pro-Turf, LLC
06-26-2011, 10:47 PM
$3000 obo. Willing to deliver or ship for a price.

Az Gardener
06-27-2011, 01:59 AM
Does this unit pull plugs or poke holes? How many holes/plugs per sq ft. Why are you getting rid of it? What HP machine were you using it with?

Pro-Turf, LLC
06-27-2011, 10:05 AM
From the walker website...Walker's Perfaerator can aerate up to 60,000 square feet per hour, making quick work of a standard yearly lawn maintenance task for commercial mowing companies.

A 41-1/2-inch turf aeration pattern is delivered by the Perfaerator's twelve tines. The camshaft design drives the tines up to 2-1/2" deep into the soil. The PTO-driven tines engage and disengage easily to skip over sprinkler heads and sidewalks without slowing down and easily lock into a raised position for secure transport.

Like I stated I only use one day a year and am looking to thin out the equipment I rarely use and possibly get out all together. I usually had it hooked up to one of my MT20s but have used the MBs before.

Pro-Turf, LLC
07-03-2011, 12:01 PM
$2800 looking to get this out of the garage.
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Realfunny3
09-02-2012, 09:55 PM
Do you still have this attachment.

tpuck2687
09-05-2012, 01:14 PM
A 41-1/2-inch turf aeration pattern is delivered by the Perfaerator's twelve tines. The camshaft design drives the tines up to 2-1/2" deep into the soil.

So it just makes holes, no plugs?

agent walker
09-05-2012, 09:39 PM
no, it pulls plugs

tpuck2687
09-10-2012, 02:09 PM
Pm sent. Also anyone else used this on a walker before? Thought comments
appreciated

agent walker
09-10-2012, 09:11 PM
I have one. It's fast! works best in large areas. they are a very high maintenance. You have to grease them religously, and some of the bolts have a tendency to work loose due to the vibrations,so you have to watch that, esp on the bearings. I think they had a problem with the cam breaking, its a bit on the small side. That one is the newer model and they fixed some issues and it has ground speed dial on it. Drive like you don't have reverse, because the tines don't retract very high when its raised up, and when you back up, they will catch, esp going up trailer ramp. You need to flip up the shield and pull the tine assembly back manually.