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land pride reverse tiller

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by lindylawn, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. lindylawn

    lindylawn LawnSite Member
    Messages: 13

    I am looking to purchase an implement this year to try and eliminate a good portion of hand raking when we are doing lawn installs. I've seen the harley rake and I know it does a good job, but the concept of the land pride reverse tiller burying the debris seems like the way to go. Tractor is a New Holland TC 33. Also the price of the land pride looks a little more appealing.
     
  2. akerr

    akerr LawnSite Member
    Messages: 92

    I have a landpride reverse tine tiller and it's great. I haven't used it on grading lawns. I use it to till rows for nursery stock. it doesn't completely bury everything. you will still have larger rocks on the surface. if you get a tiller make sure it has a slip clutch. The power rakes are great tools, i looked into a landpride but the price is high. my tiller was very reasonable price wise compared to the landpride power rake.
     

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