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 12-14-1999, 00:00 Post: 11007
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I have a JD 4300 and would like to purchase a "street sweeper" type of attachement to run off my rear PTO. I would like something that uses a stiff bristle brush that could remove needles from cedar trees and other debri on about a mile of road leading to my house. Does anyone have any ideas of who makes such an implement and how I could get in touch with the manufacturer? Thanks, Dave






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 12-14-1999, 00:00 Post: 11010
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We are a dealer for the sweepster line of sweeping products. These are tough commercial duty sweeping units. We would be happy to quote you one. Need to know sweeping width desired, and if you want hydraulic tilt on the brush. The standard brush is a 50 / 50 of steel wire and poly bristles. Contact Affordable Equipment 864-859-2623 or dpequip@aol.com






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 12-20-1999, 00:00 Post: 11322
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David, thanks for the response. I sent you an email asking for some more information. Regards, Dave






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