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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by plantzpropertymanagement, Nov 18, 2006.
Hey does anybody know how much there aerator attachment costs? Also how well does it perform? Thanks
All I have to say is I hope it's better then there leaf plow. We used one 3-4 times and sold it. Nothing but junk!!!!
what didnt you like about the plow?
I know the aerator has an electric lift on it. I'll check on a price for you later today.
Because we could move more leaves with the deck way down on the mower then that. It was a pain in the a$$. maybe used 6 times and sold it cheap
I never could understand how you can move leaves with the deck down like that. Anytime I tried it, the deck just rode up and I would end up spinning in leaves.
As far as the JRCO
I think the Jrco aerator attachment is a little pricey. I paid over $400 for my dethatcher attachment and it doesn't have any mechanical features like an electric lift. I think the aerator is at least $800.I will let you know if i can find the price again.
I agree. I just bought a used dethatcher and mount from 'signature landscaping1' and it should be here tommorrow, for about 1/5 of what I would've paid new. I checked rittenhouse.ca and the aerators are going for over $2000! The cheapest one that I've found was a used one for $1250 here on lawnsite.
I have one and don't use it.....Save your money for something else..
The Jrco aerator suggested retail price with electric lift without the mounting bar is $1,720! A little to pricey for me! This information came from a pdf price list jrco sent me!