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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #1
notspike
 
Default "Plugr' aerator

anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I was
wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
machine welcome.
thanks
bob
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #2
Buzzard
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
> anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I was
> wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
> areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
> doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
> come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
> machine welcome.
> thanks
> bob
>

I like Ryan aerators...only. They run forever and are real easy to
get parts for.
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #3
Buzzard
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
> anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I was
> wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
> areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
> doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
> come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
> machine welcome.
> thanks
> bob
>

I like Ryan aerators...only. They run forever and are real easy to
get parts for.
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #4
notspike
 
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Buzzard wrote:

> notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
>
>>anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I was
>> wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
>>areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
>>doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
>>come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
>>machine welcome.
>>thanks
>>bob
>>

>
> I like Ryan aerators...only. They run forever and are real easy to
> get parts for.


cost alot more than these. alot heavier too, harder to transport to
another yard. I wonder how these plugr hold up?
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #5
notspike
 
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Buzzard wrote:

> notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
>
>>anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I was
>> wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
>>areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
>>doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
>>come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
>>machine welcome.
>>thanks
>>bob
>>

>
> I like Ryan aerators...only. They run forever and are real easy to
> get parts for.


cost alot more than these. alot heavier too, harder to transport to
another yard. I wonder how these plugr hold up?
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #6
Steveo
 
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notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
> Buzzard wrote:
>
> > notspike <aim@my.ear> wrote:
> >
> >>anyone have any experience with this turf aerator www.plugr.com . I
> >>was
> >> wondering if the tines tore the turf as it moved along like the plug
> >>areators that are round and you pull behind riding mower? This one
> >>doesn't look like it would tear up the ground as the tines appear to
> >>come 'pretty much' straight up and down. Also any other input on this
> >>machine welcome.
> >>thanks
> >>bob
> >>

> >
> > I like Ryan aerators...only. They run forever and are real easy to
> > get parts for.

>
> cost alot more than these.
>

How much more?
>
> alot heavier too, harder to transport to
> another yard.
>

They are self propelled, are you picking them up when loading?
>
> I wonder how these plugr hold up?
>

Dunno, I've never heard of them. You plan to use this commercially?
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