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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by lawnnut, Jul 16, 2000.
Will this product work, or is it all hype.
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i was looking at there wbsite last night. Its a great idea but the plugs are to far apart to do the job my walkbehind does.
Evan, <br>you plug with your walkbehind ? Your post implies that it does a better job than the Jrco ?
my walkbehind bluebird aerater i bought this year. I only wish the jrco pull enough cores because i could aerate a lawn in half the time using a walkbehinf comerical mower rather than a 19 incher bulky aerater.
Gotcha. I missunderstood. What was the cost of the bluebird, if you don't mind me asking ?<br>jeff
i bought it used for 650 bucks... runs great and has all new tines.... new i think its $1900
lawnnut: I bought one last month. I think its pretty slick. Used it on my lawn for pratice. You can go like hell with it, doesn't leave a bunch of plugs all over and if you want a lot of holes just go over the area a couple of times. I didn't hit any rocks or catch any roots so I don't know easy it is to break a tine. The unit is very heavy compared to its looks.I got the electric lift so I can raise or lower the unit as need be.
I looked on the web to find the JRCO aerator, but could only find the dethatcher. What was the cost of the aerator? The dethatcher was selling for about $430 for a 42" on a walk behind.
Gene, I know you have a Walker, did you mount it to this unit? <br>Also what type of soil are you dealing with? I am in hard heavy clay and I am not sure if this thing would work when it is dry. Come to think of it I don't know if it would work when its wet either.<br>What did you pay is the other question? Thanks