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    Veteran Member grnspot110's Avatar
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    I'm thinking of making something similar to a DR Powergrader. Has anybody used or made something of this nature & how well do they work in "real life"?

    What have you made for this pupose?
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    Default Re: Driveway Grader

    I built something similar with two side rails and two cutting blades. It is probably a cross between a grader and a boxblade and was designed for a 3PH. Mine workes great.

    Here is what it looks like.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...ht=rons+grader

    Here is a link to a similar product.
    TRACTOR TOWED "DURA- GRADERS"
    Ron

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    I have a 48" DR Power Grader that I bought last year. Was positive it wouldn't work on my 1/4 mile road. I was wrong again. Works great. A little tough to tow behind a 15hp gas Husky but I plan on towing it behind my BX24 this year.
    If you're not the lead dog the view never changes.

    BX24, loaded R4s, skid plates and wheel spacers, thumb, fold down canopy, lights, Woods RB60 and LR60, DR Power Grader, BH dolly, seatback bag, bucket hooks, leaky LF tire or rim since day 1

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    Default Re: Driveway Grader

    Here are some pics of mine. Road ends up smooth as glass. Smaller ones are available.
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    My neighbor has a DR Powergrader and pulls it behind his 18hp diesel yanmar tractor and it works great. He asked if he could play with it on my driveway after he did his. I told him to play all he wanted. Came home from work and drive looked real Sweet. BX24 for sale now w/woods sraper blade.........Just kidding

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    Default Re: Driveway Grader

    Quote Originally Posted by grnspot110
    I'm thinking of making something similar to a DR Powergrader. Has anybody used or made something of this nature & how well do they work in "real life"?

    What have you made for this pupose?
    Here you go grnspot110. Cheaper than trying to build one.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/classifi...mNum=211367881

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldingisfun
    Here you go grnspot110. Cheaper than trying to build one.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/classifi...mNum=211367881
    Trouble is, you're too far away! Cost too much to ship.

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    Default Re: Driveway Grader

    Any body have any experience wit the Domor TP Duragrader?

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