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Old 02-14-2014, 08:35 PM
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The pluggers are nice machines, where they pull more plugs per pass, but the riding aerator will make up the difference by overlapping and speed wise.

The ExMark Aerator has been a great machine. Basic maintenance, tightening the chains, and oil changes....otherwise I haven't had any problems.

I was lucky, I got it at a fleet price plus 3 years interest free....so for being a solo operator....it was a good deal for me.

If you are looking for someone, let me know....I've got about 50% of my new site done, and the nice thing once their done....I will be able to update the site, load videos, pictures, and finally have a blog to promote "specials and events".

Thanks about the videos....they were off the camera phone, so this year I should get some better videos of some of my services.

Let me know....he's very good and I think for what's he's doing.....well worth the money.
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2013 Ford F450 Super Duty Truck
2010 Exmark Lazer Z 60" deck
2012 ExMark 30" Riding Aerator
2011 John Deere Pro Gator 2020a
2011 Lawn Solution Dual Hyrdo Aerator 24"
2011 Echo Handheld (trimmers to power pruners)
2007 Big Tex 4ft metal high side 7' x 12' Trailer
2012 PJ 7' x 16' Dump Trailer
2014 Vintage 8.5' x 24' Enclosed Trailer
2012 Ecolawn Applicator model 200 Compost Spreader
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