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Old 12-15-2012, 07:19 PM
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Lawn Solutions w/b hydro aerator

Latest model. Almost new. Just changed from original oil to full synthetic.

Price: $2200. Thanks
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Old 12-16-2012, 05:15 PM
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Old 12-17-2012, 06:36 PM
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No pics, but I could take some. We only used it in the fall of 2011 (mainly for seeding jobs). Since then, we switched to the XT5.

It has very low hours -- pretty much a demo unit. But by the time you figure shipping ???
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Did you do the damper relocation mod to yours. The damper used to be under the deck. I have the parts but as of yet have not done the modification. Reason for it is....it reduces the additional back and forth stress on the cable and transfer it to the control lever directly vs. stressing the cable. I have burned up several cables in the past. Also do you have the 3 back weight plus the front hang weight? This really helps it pull better plugs.

I didnít use my LS for hire once this last season but I will be using it more next season since I will now bundle 1 or 2 aerations per season in my lawn service packages with applications for regular clients I mow for. This way I donít have to choke on vast dirt clouds when I mow over a ton of plugs cranked out by my Plugrs.
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