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TurfEx adds leaf pusher accessory to zero-turn mower attachment package

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The leaf pusher maximizes the capabilities of a zero-turn mower while minimizing the amount of equipment needed to do multiple jobs.

| July 21, 2010

WARREN, Mich. – TurfEx introduced the new TLP060 Leaf Pusher, an accessory to its Thatch, Groom ‘N’ Sweep Package. Used in conjunction with this sweeper/dethatcher package, the leaf pusher maximizes the capabilities of a zero-turn mower while minimizing the amount of equipment needed to do multiple jobs.

At 60 inches wide and 27 inches high, the leaf pusher mounts to the top of the Thatch, Groom ‘N’ Sweep Package from TurfEx, and it is a popular accessory for moving large piles of leaves. Depending on the application, the leaf pusher can be used with either the brush or tine sections from the attachment package.

The leaf pusher also benefits from TurfEx’s exclusive Flex Hitch, a system for accommodating the ground contour. To minimize turf damage and eliminate gouging, this hitch allows the attachment to automatically pivot as the ground elevation changes from one end of the unit to the other. A lift kit is also available for raising the attachment off the ground when not in use.

 

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