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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by bscill, Nov 17, 2005.
Does anyone use the Leaf Plow from jrco or have you made your own?
I have heard good and bad things about it. I personally would like to try one out. I am getting sick of pushing leaves with the front of my mower
From what I have seen, they do a pretty nice job.
I just recently sold my JRCO dethatcher too, so now I have to start all over and get the bracket
I run a jrco leaf plow there are some pictures on this thread i started. -> http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=124429
I am happy with it, however I will be making a new mounting bracket for my mower. I've bent mine to hell with the "extreme" use i gave it in 2 days. The plow is still functional, just the mounting for my 260z is a little twisted up now, lol
made my own
Its not extremely sturdy, but i its kinda nice because when you hit something buried in the leaves, you dont ram yourself into the handle bars. Also it can just be bent back
This is the way to do clean-ups.
is that aluminum? Did you weld that yourself or have someone else do it?
yes it is aluminum, but the rest is steet, the steel-aluminum connections are bolted on, and my dads company welded everything(alittle perk) and made the mounts
lucky man to be able to find someone that can weld aluminum good