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  1. #1
    Veteran Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Wheeling, WV
    2006 JD 3520 w/cab & 300CX loader. 1995 JD 870 w/440 loader & 8b backhoe.JD 455 w/54" mower deck.

    Default Re: Best attachment for road grading and landscaping

    The Dura-Grader looks like it does a great job with minimal effort. Probably one or two passes and you have it. The one thing I do like about it is, it works the material towards the center of the road and minimizes lost material along the edge. Good results can be achieved with a landscape rake-front blade or landscape rake-FEL bucket, but it usually takes at least 4 passes to get it looking as good as the Dura-Grader. If you have a long road to maintain I'm sure the Dura-Grader would be the way to go.

    "Good judgement comes from experience.Experience comes from bad judgement."

  2. #2
    Platinum Member
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Harpers Ferry WV
    Kubota L4330, 6 rear remotes

    Default Re: Best attachment for road grading and landscaping

    I have a roadrunner, 7', which I bought because it was available with a hydraulically operated roller which acts both as "gauge wheels" and as a roller with the entire weight of the grader on it ... here is link to site w. pic showing roller.
    Roadrunner Construction Equipment - Grader/Spreader/Maintainer - Built Heavy!
    The 7' with the roller is just at the limits of what my tractor can handle, but does a great job ...especially compacting crusher run

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