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    Default There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Kinda Compares to the Aer-Way in quality. What do you think? Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    I think $2800 is awfully expensive for an 6' aerator that is not a plugger.

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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Quote Originally Posted by nspec View Post
    I think $2800 is awfully expensive for an 6' aerator that is not a plugger.
    Well, you have to compare apples to apples. Here is a Aer-Way on tractor house just a little bigger. Look at the pricing on it. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Wow, that's insane! It's just some square tubing, 2 bearings, a shaft, and some tines. What justifies that kind of price? I mean, there's no gearbox, pto, hydraulics, etc... There certainly isn't anywhere near $10,000 in steel in that thing!

    I guess I just don't get it. I know aerators are usually pretty pricey, but I always believed that was because in most cases they are a 'want' vs a 'need' implement.

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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Quote Originally Posted by sweettractors View Post
    Well, you have to compare apples to apples. Here is a Aer-Way on tractor house just a little bigger. Look at the pricing on it. Ken Sweet
    2008 AERWAY AW120Q Tillage Equipment - Other For Sale At TractorHouse.com
    Just because there is a price on it doesn't mean it is worth that.

    I think I will place an ad right now for my house; I'll consider all offers above USD 10 million.

    Wrooster

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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Hey Ken, as long as I've got you here, what would it cost to ship that Ford two bottom (# 065) to CT - 06320 (business address)?

    Also, could you tell me if it's a complete plow? I see the coulters, does it have a tail wheel? Looks like new shins? How are the points?

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    Default Re: There are aerators and then there are AERATORS.

    Quote Originally Posted by nspec View Post
    Hey Ken, as long as I've got you here, what would it cost to ship that Ford two bottom (# 065) to CT - 06320 (business address)?

    Also, could you tell me if it's a complete plow? I see the coulters, does it have a tail wheel? Looks like new shins? How are the points?
    Sorry, 65 solid beam plow is sold and I don't have anything but auto trip plows with coulters now in the rebuilt condition in the $895 range. Ken Sweet
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