jrco dethatcher??

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LWNMWR1, Apr 3, 2003.

  1. LWNMWR1

    LWNMWR1 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 188

    are they really worth it??
     
  2. edrenckh

    edrenckh LawnSite Member
    Posts: 135

    I just bought one for my Toro Z100, with an extra bracket for my WB. I'll let you know...

    I ordered it from Terry at http://www.schuurmansfarmsupply.com/. Tell him Eric from Minnesota sent you! He will give you a discount off list.
     
  3. jaybird24

    jaybird24 LawnSite Senior Member
    from midwest
    Posts: 623

    Try a search on this subject- They do a good job of loosening up debris and getting little twigs off the yard, but as far as dethatching- a power rake will do a lot better job. Don't get me wrong -they are very handy for spring cleanups and worth it if you have big areas to rake, but you can't really call it detatching.
     
  4. John Gamba

    John Gamba LawnSite Fanatic
    from ct
    Posts: 10,812

    Its Great for Spring Clean Up!

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  5. rodfather

    rodfather LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 9,501

    We've had a 60" on the front of a WB for a couple of years now. Big money maker for Spring clean-ups. Does a great job of getting matted leaves up too. Thing has paid for itself over and over again.
     
  6. John Gamba

    John Gamba LawnSite Fanatic
    from ct
    Posts: 10,812

    Don't Laugh, I Had It in the up Position And scratched My back!

    John.
     
  7. mdb landscaping

    mdb landscaping LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,205

    i love mine.... wouldnt trade it for anything else
    only regret i have is i have my jrco bar on my walkbehind.... i wish it was on my lazer instead for quicker productivity. eventually ill switch it over.
     
  8. PaulJ

    PaulJ LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,776

    I'll be getting one when i get a bigger mower but for now i use this on my 36". does a nice job of combing out the turf of dead grass, twigs, leaves, pine needles,etc.. and it all gets chopped up as it goes into the mower bag.

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  9. dfor

    dfor LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 824

    Hey John Gamba,

    What is it you are using to hold those pins in place. Looks like it might be easier than twisting those key-chain like things to the pin.

    This is my second season with one and really like it. Saves loads of time. Alot better than raking or backpacking a lawn.
     
  10. gene gls

    gene gls LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,213

    Tine rakes are only good on flat ground.

    Gene
     

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