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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by SDF250, Apr 11, 2001.
Does anybody know anything about them ?
I've used (rented) the one your talking about and it worked very well.I did about 12 acres total. The wheels with the spoons on all move independently from one another so gradual turns are possible without tearing. This is the only large aerator I've used, so I can't compare it against any others, but for the most part all others I've seen look very similar in design and construction.
I have a mill creek core aerator 60" pull behind. I think it is great. I pull it with my Exmark Lazer 25hp Kohler. I plugged a yard the other day that had around 60,000 sf. It took me around 2 hrs for the aerating. Mine cost me a little over $800. The independent turning spoons work really great without tearing much turf.
I bought it on thursday for $400 used one season good shape
fabbing a hitch for the lazer 60 on monday,I also am going to redo the travel wheels with 2x2x1/4 they are a little week for my taste