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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #7
Steveo
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

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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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #8
Heidi the Horrible
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator


"notspike" <aim@my.ear> wrote in message
news:Nsyee.605$yq3.406@bignews1.bellsouth.net...
> 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?


How much do these Pugr's cost ? I need one.


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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #9
Heidi the Horrible
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator


"notspike" <aim@my.ear> wrote in message
news:Nsyee.605$yq3.406@bignews1.bellsouth.net...
> 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?


How much do these Pugr's cost ? I need one.


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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #10
notspike
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

Heidi the Horrible wrote:
> "notspike" <aim@my.ear> wrote in message
> news:Nsyee.605$yq3.406@bignews1.bellsouth.net...
>
>>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?

>
>
> How much do these Pugr's cost ? I need one.
>
>

$1800-2500 for plugr
$10,000 for Ryan, used $1500 & up
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #11
notspike
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

Heidi the Horrible wrote:
> "notspike" <aim@my.ear> wrote in message
> news:Nsyee.605$yq3.406@bignews1.bellsouth.net...
>
>>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?

>
>
> How much do these Pugr's cost ? I need one.
>
>

$1800-2500 for plugr
$10,000 for Ryan, used $1500 & up
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Old 06-05-2007, 12:32 AM   #12
notspike
 
Default Re: "Plugr' aerator

Steveo wrote:

> 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?


several thousand

>
>>alot heavier too, harder to transport to
>>another yard.
>>

>
> They are self propelled, are you picking them up when loading?


not the Ryan I had been using. about 10000 lbs.
2 could pick up the plugr about 200 lbs

>
>> I wonder how these plugr hold up?
>>

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

no. got a few acres in a few places that need it once a year.

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