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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ant, Aug 19, 2003.
they are great, plugs 3" to 3 1/2" they now have a new hyd. lift clyinder that make it even better. they weigh almost 1100 llbs so they get the job done. would not own anything else, but a z-pluger or a z-spray unit. i make money with this units, not work on them like some other sprayers out there. buy the best and you won't have sit at home with the rest waiting on parts to come in.
Who says you got to work on the "others" ?
Maintenance is with anything.
I have been noticing the Z PLUGGER ads lately. How do you like it and HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
2500 for the 30 inch unit and 500 more for the 54 inch unit
z-plugr cost 6095 for the 48 inch unit trying to order one
I would also be interested in feedback on how well it hold up to wear and tear. Aerators take a beating and 6k is a lot to invest in a seasonal piece of equipment (for my area anyway). Time will tell. I hope it gets great reviews. Aerating is probably the most physical aspect of lawn service. It kicks my butt anyway.
turfsolutinons i am right in your backyard when i get it come give it a try
however u must be as tall as my pitbulll to go on any of the rides at my amusement park
it should be here early sept.
A demo would be great. What do you mean by amusement park though? Please elaborate.
i like anything u can ride on that has a key and makes noise
when it comes i will post and u can contact me