Quick leaf vac question

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by srl28, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. srl28

    srl28 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,176

    Need another towbehind leaf vac

    Would a 25hp Kohler be enough for a towbehind unit?

    New ones are 6k, found one for 3500 with 60hrs on it and in good shape
     
  2. kabota

    kabota LawnSite Member
    Posts: 54

    Just go to www.cyclonerake.com and get yourself this years brand new
    model the Z-10 CYCLONE RAKE. I have been using a Cyclone Rake for
    the past 6 yrs. Their product has to be " THE BEST AMERICAN MADE MACHINE
    ON THE MARKET " . I have been upgrading every couple years, and have
    had no problem selling the Older Cyclone because they are INDESTRUCTABLE.
    I am presently using last years XL Cyclone Rake which has a 9 hp. Comm.
    Vanguard Engine. They have upgraded to a 10 hp Vanguard in this years
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    say is " If its not Screwed Glued or Tatooed " Its going in the Bag.

    I Have been adding customers every year just by having people see how great the Cyclone Rake performs. And how quick their LEAVES VANISH Therefore I have been able to work
    myself up to the Commercial Models.

    First it was the COMMERCIAL PROS and now I am using the COMMERCIAL XL
    And I can hardly wait to get my hands on the Z-10 Cyclone

    You can believe everything you see on their web site.

    Good Luck and

    GO CYCLONE RAKE

    Bob Landry
    Keene Nh
    PS: PLENTY OF LEAVES HERE IN NEW ENGLAND AND ITS NOT EVEN
    A CHALLENGE FOR THE CYCLONE RAKE
     
  3. mowerbrad

    mowerbrad LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 6,273

    I believe the OP is referring to a leaf vac as in a truck loader type.


    To the OP: A 25hp unit will definatetly suck up some leaves. I had a 20hp unit a couple years back and it was a monster. I would imagine a 25hp would definately do well. Its not huge, but it should go through dry leaves like nothing and shouldn't have much of a problem with wet leaves either.
     

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