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    1. Power Chute Design
      Power Chute Design
      Very well.. I used it alot. The only problem is that the wheels assemblies are not strong enough to lift with weights on it. You may consider one for a bit more money and better built. But, Turfvent did fine.
    2. hoylebros
      Hey I was wondering how the Turfvent aerator has held up for you over the years...I am thinking about getting one for myself...Thanks!
    3. Power Chute Design
      Power Chute Design
      Actually the Power Chute can be used at any angle determined by where you stop the Chute itself. It can run either all the way up, or down or anywhere in between.

      Lot's of LCO's operate it at about a 45 degree angle to control the cliippings from going out too far from the mow path and also as a deflector like you are looking for. I have several mowers that work along roadways and use the Power Chute to keep rocks along the shoulder from bouncing into cars as they pass by.

    4. MrRob
      I am looking for a blocker that I can use with my oem chute. If my guys have the blocker up, I'd still like to have the oem chute on to keep flying debris to a minimum.
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