towing aerator/power rake?

Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by jay albers, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. jay albers

    jay albers LawnSite Member
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    I'v got a scag freedom z. I was thinking about getting a towing aerator and maybe power rake. Is that a good idea? I was also looking at the sthil yard boss and getting the aerator and dethacher. Is that a good idea? So many choses!
    Any experiences?
     
  2. jay albers

    jay albers LawnSite Member
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    any comments?
     
  3. LawnSolutionsCP

    LawnSolutionsCP Sponsor
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    What are you looking to do with it? What job are you going to perform. Your question is too general.
     
  4. jay albers

    jay albers LawnSite Member
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    to aerate and dethach lawns
     
  5. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
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    LOL...You're not going to do lawns with a Stihl Yardboss. these are designed to do trim work and tight spots at the very most.
     
  6. jay albers

    jay albers LawnSite Member
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    lol... ok then, what about towing ones behind the zero turn? im obviously not as experienced as you
     
  7. avnorm

    avnorm LawnSite Member
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    see my update on my pull behind aerator. Cost has dropped to $799 from $949 when I bought. 1/10 th cost of LawnSolutions ride on (beautiful machine, though!!!!). Pro Aire is good solution for most of us who do occasional aeration; for larger residential lawns. Major businesses or golf courses would probably use the LS to good profit.

    You need to call Bishop; web site down. Possibly OOB?
     

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