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Whether you’re a fan of spike aeration or not, you have to admit that the Mow-Aerator treads would look pretty badass on your riding mower.  Plus, once you’re done aerating you can take your lawn mower mudding.

The Mow-Aerator consists of a set of brackets with 1-1/2″ spikes sticking out — GAILCO Innovations makes it from cold rolled steel, powder-coated to resist corrosion.  The brackets mount easily to your back tires when you need to aerate, and you can remove ’em just as easily when you don’t.

The standard model fits on rear tires with 18″ and 20″ diameters by 8″ wide, or you can buy an adjustable model to fit tires up to 12″ wide.  You can also buy up-size kits for the adjustable model to fit tires up to 26″ in diameter (or possibly more).  You’ll pay between $160 and $200 for the standard or adjustable models, plus $20 for each up-size kit.

Mow-Aerator [Corporate Site]
Street Pricing [Google]
Via Amazon [What’s This?]


18 Responses to Mow And Aerate With Your Riding Mower

  1. Dave P says:

    Beyond Thunderdome.

  2. Kyle says:

    Ask this old house did it. 😉

  3. @Kyle:

    Thanks, I knew I’d seen this of something quite similar elsewhere, but I couldn’t remember where. Still, even knowing it was on Ask This Old House, I still can’t find any reference searching Google.

  4. Mike47 says:

    I want a pair for my pickup.

  5. jeff says:

    Those would be sweet for a little ice racing.

  6. Jim K. says:

    “No, Mr. Bond….I expect you to die.” 🙂

  7. blitzcat says:

    Crazy expensive too…especially If I forget to remove the tread before going back on the garage concrete.

    I’d imagine the ride quality is awful.

  8. Aleksejs says:

    In emergency this track can be used as a tire puncher to block the road 🙂

  9. Zach says:

    how much are they????????!!!!!!!!!

  10. Brett de lepervanche says:

    Can you buy in Australia

  11. louis vallesio says:

    where can i buy this product

  12. Garry says:

    Good way to get rid of moles… worthless if you have a sprinkler system.. 🙂

  13. David says:

    Cool idea, but my 2,200 pound Kubota ZD would rip these things to shreds in short order. LOL

  14. David Walker says:

    Where do we buy them and would a set fit a Kubota ride on mower model K122E tyre size 22 inch diameter by 10 inches wide

  15. Kevin says:

    Can’t buy them any longer

  16. Mine says:

    Garbage. The “tines” fold over as soon as you start moving. Unless your ground is already tilled soft, in which case you don’t need to aerate, they aren’t worth the time ti install.

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