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 03-11-2003, 21:15 Post: 50999
drichards



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 The Woods brand of implements

I am considering purchasing a Woods TPR 7200 power rake for my business. I am sold on the theory of a power rake and what it can and can not do for me but now have to decide on a brand. There is a Woods dealer close by which is a plus for getting parts and service. However I have no experience with the Woods line of products and would like some impute about the product from people who have used them.

How does Woods compare to others such as Landpride and Harley? This will be a make or break investment for me after a long and WET winter so any impute is welcome and appreciated.






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 03-12-2003, 06:25 Post: 51013
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 The Woods brand of implements

The Woods power rake used to be produced by Harley. I do not know if it is still the case.
However, check out a Preseeder landscaping tiller. Its more aggressive, heavier, and depth adjustment can be made on-the-go. I talked to two landscapers who have them the other day. One said that he had 3500 hours on his Preseeder tiller. The other guy has owned his since 1990 and its still going strong. Very durable, long-lasting machines. Both customers are thrilled with them. Harleys are rare in this area due to the strength of the Preseeder tiller.
Here is a local JD & NH dealer to me who has them:






Link:   Preseeder tiller 

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 06-24-2010, 17:47 Post: 171807
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 The Woods brand of implements

Joe, that was over 7 years ago, so I wouldn't expect a reply.

And you are not allowed to sell things here unless you list it the Classifieds which are free.






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 06-24-2010, 19:34 Post: 171810
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 The Woods brand of implements

New to this site - ran across it by accident and did not notice the date...why keep posts up that long anyways? But thanks for the information!






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