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Old 02-15-2013, 10:08 PM
SDLandscapes VT SDLandscapes VT is offline
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We have a turf teq sidewinder and with that setup you get both types--disc and rotor blades. The difference is with the turf teq you can use the rotor blade in the forward motion. We prefer the rotor style for everything we do--new installs and spring work. We found that picking up the long "worms" the disc cut was next to impossible with a shovel (without cutting) and required a lot of bending over--now we just skim with a shovel, rake out and roll on
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