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    Default Gill Pulverizer

    What do guys think this is worth? Its a 6 foot 96 model used a couple of times then placed behind the barn. Its in excellent shape. It hardly has any rust besides the parts that engage the ground. I can get it for $200.00.
    Also, can you use it to prepare an existing stand of fescue for replanting of a different type of grass? Do you have to use a set of disc first. Thanks in advance for any advice.
    Jeff

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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Another Pic.

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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Ft, I'd look around.On dealer used lots I see literally 10's of these. Wider implements are usually just multiples of these. Check-out local auctions. $200 seems high to me. These are pretty bullet proof with the axle bearings the critical point. Rust wouldn't scare me as long as the frame was sound.
    Actually, looking closer I see it is a 3 pt hook-up and, assuming you can lift it, I'd offer $165. Most of what I see on dealer lots are pull types.
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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Fullthrottle
    I a Gill is about the same as a Landpride pulverizer, my LP has 2 rows of teeth, I have a 6' model and works very well for makeing a prefect seedbed for plannting yards. since I got mine the tiller only works gardens any more. A new 6' LP will got for $1200. if this is the same type attachment for $200 is a steal in my book. Mine works great for leveling yards.
    DDT


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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Jeff, I've never used nor priced a pulverizer, but it seems to me that any 6', almost new, implement made by Gill is worth $200. However, it is primarily a landscape tool and will work best on bare ground. I think it would plug in short order with grass/weeds if used for what you have in mind. I would choose a disc for this, followed by a harrow.

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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    It looks just like the pictures I've seen of the Landpride model. I think its a steal to. Thanks for the info..


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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    I was concerned it wouldn't work well on an established stand of fescue. Thanks for the info.


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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    I haven't really looked at my local dealers for this type of implement. I'll make a few calls and see what they're going for. Thanks.


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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Do you still have the pulverizer I am looking for one.


    Quote Originally Posted by Fullthrottle View Post
    What do guys think this is worth? Its a 6 foot 96 model used a couple of times then placed behind the barn. Its in excellent shape. It hardly has any rust besides the parts that engage the ground. I can get it for $200.00.
    Also, can you use it to prepare an existing stand of fescue for replanting of a different type of grass? Do you have to use a set of disc first. Thanks in advance for any advice.
    JefF
    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Fullthrottle on 11/23/01 12:35 PM (server time).</FONT></P>

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    Default Re: Gill Pulverizer

    Considering this thread is allmost 8 Years old & The Guy hasn,t been here since 2003 , I Highlly doubt it . . I,m Sure You Didn,t Notice, Just Thought I,d let You Know so your Not expecting a response . & Welcome . Bob .

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