Price shown for Subaru Engine with additional 1.5-gallon tank.
Keep your tines down and your profits up—with the patented TurnAer™ XT5 steerable and reversible aerator.
Turfco revolutionized aeration with TurnAer™ aerators by allowing you to turn while you aerate. The TurnAer XT5 continues the revolution by utilizing Turfco’s patented, steerable aerator technology with a new, hydrostatic drive system. Now you can turn and reverse while you aerate. It is also 20% faster. The XT5 also features new EasyChange™ tines, dramatically reducing the amount of time required to change tines. A removable tine cover helps speed up tine changing and cleaning. The XT5 also advances aerator durability with a low-profile design and rugged, unibody steel frame. And instead of belts, the XT5 uses drive chains that are covered and located outside of the frame for long-lasting, trouble-free operation.
- Turn and reverse while you aerate for easier, more productive aeration, especially on heavily landscaped lawns with hard-to-reach areas
- 20% faster
- Fits through 36-inch gate
- Fingertip controls for easy forward-and-reverse operation
- Optimized weight bar placement for maximum tine penetration
- Unique tine-wheel design combined with a hydrostatic drive make the XT5 your best choice for aerating on hills
||Briggs & Stratton 190 cc / 85397
Subaru 190 cc / 85398
||Variable hydrostatic drive
||Up to 2 3/4"
|| Coring type, 3/4' diameter - heat-treated alloy steel
||Up to 0.85 acres/hr.
||Forward: 0-4 MPH Reverse: 0-2 MPH
Now even faster–increased by 14%
||1-25 lbs weight comes with unit.
2 additional 25 lb. weights available for purchase (87399)
||33 3/4" w x 50" h x 60.4" l
||328 lbs. with standard removable weight
Briggs & Stratton is a registered trademark.
“I have been in the lawn care industry for 35 years and the Turfco TurnAer XT5 is one of the most user-friendly machines I have ever used. It takes areation to the next level by giving operators the ability to both steer and reverse without having to lift the tines.”
Durchik Turf Management