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Reelnutt said:
Yea because the groomer on my Jake I used to have looked a lot different
I have a groomer just like this and when I first bought it I thought I was going to be able to use it as a verticutter. I was wrong. The blades are just too thin and shallow to be able to do what my verticutter machine can do. All this said, I see where southernguy is coming from. To me the blades don't look as aggressive as my verticutter but also look beefier than a groomer. If that machine can dig 1/2" into the soil and rip up stolons and rhizomes, then I think we can call it a verticutter.
 

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Tifgrand—7,500 sq/ft—Baroness LM56
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I have the groomer and verticut attachment for my Baroness and there is definitely a difference in the thickness of the blades. Now, I have not used the verticut attachment yet to dig down into the soil but I plan on testing it out this year.
 
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