sulky for aerator

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by tiedeman, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. tiedeman

    tiedeman LawnSite Fanatic
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    So I am browsing around in my Irrigation and Green Industry magazine, when all of a sudden I see it. A sulky on the Turfco Aerator 26. I think to myself, can this really work.

    So I starting to think more to myself, could I hook up a sulky to my Turfco Aerator 20?? Would it really pull me?
     
  2. out4now

    out4now LawnSite Bronze Member
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    That would be pretty cool if it could handle it.
     
  3. tiedeman

    tiedeman LawnSite Fanatic
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    well, what doesn't make sense in the 26 has a 3.5HP Honday and my 20 has a 4.0HP Honda. So why not, right?
     
  4. Old Hippy

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    The Chariot Sulky will only work with the TurnAer Aerator as it has a differential drive with brakes and is designed to turn. Regular aerators just want to go straight when you put a sulky behind them. Unless you are really strong. But that would take the easy part out. Nope gotta be an aerator that turns on it's own.
     
  5. rodfather

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    My concern Troy is how safe would that be using a sulky? Flat, wide open areas maybe...
     
  6. tiedeman

    tiedeman LawnSite Fanatic
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    I know what mean.

    Speaking of great customer support again. Turfco called me today and saw that I was selling my aerator on here and asked whether I had a problem with it and whether they could fix it for me. Great customer service!!! I told them nothing was wrong, I just wanted to sell it for I could get a TurnAerator. She offered to help me sell it through their company (so if anybody is interesting she will refer them to me).

    Like I said, that is going above and beyond customer support. Great job Turfco! :)
     
  7. Old Hippy

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    I would have to say that it is safer than a sulky behind a mower. I used the thing and the sulky is hinged to the aerator at the aerator and rolls on it's own not like a mowere sulky that can pitch up in the air. I actually ran it around in a road ditch to see what I could do with it. I weigh 245 pounds and am 57 years old and it was easy. I'm gonna have one..
     
  8. littlenic

    littlenic LawnSite Member
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    I have one and it’s great in open or semi-open spaces. In close quarters it’s just a pain to have something else to worry about when going around something. In the open areas it’s like have one on a mower, much faster than I could walk or one of my guys could walk. Love mine so far.

    Hope this helps, littlenic
     
  9. Lawn Dog2001

    Lawn Dog2001 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Now that is great to hear. I am considering buying a new aerator later this year. I will definately consider Turfco. That kind of customer serivce is rare.
     
  10. tiedeman

    tiedeman LawnSite Fanatic
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    I know, I love it when customer service is like that. That is how it should be. Going out of THEIR way to make the customer happy.
     

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