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Old 12-05-2006, 10:54 AM
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Field test: Turf Teq's Broom?

Jim @ TURF here. Looking for a pro to do a field test on Turf Teq's Broom. They would like it done in the Boston or DC area. They would also like it done on snow please!

If you are interested, please email me at jkendrick@turfmagazine.com
Thanks!

Specs are below!
ENGINE: 13HP Honda® Model GXV390
Honda® Model GXV390
3250 RPM Hi Idle Speed
20.3 ft-lb. Maximum Torque at 2500 RPM
Reliable, Durable Power and Long Life
Easy Starting
Pressure Lubricated

TRANSMISSION:
Turf Torq™ Model K62
1” Diameter Axle Shaft
Fluid: 10W/30 Class CD
Infinite Speed Control in Forward and Reverse
Internal Wet Disc Parking Brake
Tow Valve for Power-Off Mobility
Excellent Speed Metering Control


FRAMES
Heavy Formed-Tube Mainframe
Heavy Gauge Steel Structural Members
18" x 6.5" Heavy 4-Ply Lugged Drive Tires

DRIVES
Engine-Mounted Clutch/Brake for Safe Operation
Heavy Duty Bevel Gearbox and Sealed Bearings for Long Life


CONTROLS
Adjustable Speed Control Lever for Low Effort Control in the Working Range and Fast Transport
Low Effort Implement Raise Lever
Finger Action implement Angle Control Lock
Low Effort Implement Clutch Control
9 Position Adjustable Blade Depth Control Wheel
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Old 12-06-2006, 07:25 PM
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I am interested.
I will e-mail you.
we can put that to work.
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Old 12-07-2006, 06:06 PM
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Interested

Would be interested however, I am in the Dayton Ohio area.
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Old 12-26-2006, 03:25 PM
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that looks sweet for the condos walkways
wonder how well it does on wet snow?
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Old 05-15-2008, 03:49 PM
Terry Farmer Terry Farmer is offline
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we have a Turf Teq power rake that we have used for the last two years...the guys love it but it is always broken...the key way system they use to lock the power unit in line with the tool shears off very easily...they need to modify this to a pin and clip system...more time consuming but much more durable....the cables seem to stretch easily...and we are not sure the life span of the teeth.....
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Old 10-28-2008, 06:08 PM
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I LIKE THERE PRODUCT LINE A LOT i got to play with it all
i dont own any of it yet but hope to
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