Ancillary Services

Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by OnMyOwn, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. OnMyOwn

    OnMyOwn LawnSite Senior Member
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    Most of us mowing guys make additional $ from our other services, such as seeding, aeration, mulching, flowers, etc. I am considering purchasing an aerator, and was wondering if any of you have experiences with a blue bird?

    By the way, I am considering a WB 28" unit with free-wheeling tines on the left and right. I am a previous owner of a Plugr model, but did not like the fact that it would not climb hills very well. I just want to make sure that the blue bird (non-cam-driven) will perform as well, and not kick my rear-end, like some of the rental units.
     
  2. turfcobob

    turfcobob LawnSite Senior Member
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    If you want an aerator that is high production and easy to run look at the TurnAer from Turfco. I am 59 years old and can run one for hours. I ride behind mine on the chariot that comes with it. I can also take it off to walk the tight areas. YOu drive it with brakes. No back muscle needed. see it at Turfco.com or call 1800-679-8201 and get a CD
     
  3. OnMyOwn

    OnMyOwn LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 372

    I'll take a look. Thank you!
     
  4. rodfather

    rodfather LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 9,501

    I have a Plugr 800...I never go up or down hills with it or my Bluebird, rather go across a slope or hill.
     

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