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    Default Anbo ROAD RAIDER (tow behind road grader) discussion

    Anyone look into the new Ando Road Raider yet?

    Any opinions on how this would compare to a Land Plane Road Grader?

    It seems pretty similar to a land plane but the sides are much lower, and I assume much lighter weight as well. However, it may be a good option for some people with smaller tractors that a larger land plane would be too heavy for?

    Not only that, but you could tow it with a small pickup truck or UTV as well.

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    I wish they did youtube. Their picture only shows what a great job it does flattening loose gravel.

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    Default Re: Anbo ROAD RAIDER (tow behind road grader) discussion

    Looks like it may be an option for someone without a tractor. (Even though they say it comes in a 3-pt hitch version.) Not sure how you could maintain a crown in your road but then again I'm not exactly sure what adjustments can be made with the "battery powered remote control". I would wager it's more expensive than my Woods.

    I did click on the link to look at the brochure to get the specifications but I refuse to give a company personal information just to get information on their products. You never know what list you will end up on.....

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    Default Re: Anbo ROAD RAIDER (tow behind road grader) discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Deerherd View Post
    I'm not exactly sure what adjustments can be made with the "battery powered remote control".
    Looks like there is a electric actuator that lifts the back of the unit. Done see any other powered adjustments
    Quote Originally Posted by Deerherd View Post
    I did click on the link to look at the brochure to get the specifications but I refuse to give a company personal information just to get information on their products. You never know what list you will end up on.....
    I agree, spec sheets should be available online with one click.

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