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Tractor Drag For Driveways, Compost
Earl Line, Melita, Manitoba has found several uses for the drag leveling unit he built for use behind his small tractors.
“I use this unit for leveling a gravel driveway and to break up any dried clumps in compost after we spread it over our yard,” says Line.
The leveler was made mainly from recycled materials Line already had on hand. He used rub bars from a combine, square 1-in. tubing, and an old fertilizer spreader feeder chain at the rear. Eye bolts extend from the square tubing to help support the feeder chain. Line attached the feeder chain using chain links.
“It took me about 2 days to put together. I spent about $150 to have the connecting bars that hold the rub bars fabricated and bent to the right angles. I can mount it to the rear of my Deere 425 yard tractor or my Deere 1025R sub-compact tractor. I have used it for about a month and it works great.”
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Earl Line, Box 366, Melita, Manitoba R0M 1L0 Canada.

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