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I've been in sweeping for 15 years and my advice is if it is new stay away and let them work out the problems with the product. If you insist on buying these machine get somthing in writing to back up service. A lot of these new companys Don't last long and have very poor after the sale service and parts programs. Sweeprite is a good example of this. Parts are a nightmare to get with all the companys recent problems.sweepco wrote:We were wondering if anyone knows anything about how these units run. They are recently on the market and look similiar to the Sweeprite Husky, but built by another company.
Would love to hear some more input on these units if you have any.