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    Default Land Leveler Completed

    Just wanted to share this land leveler completed. It's 6' wide has 2 cutting edges at an angle and each one is independently height adjustable for flat grading or crowning my driveway. I built it with the rippers just in case the ground needed some persuasion. Used it a few times and it works great, thinking about adding a tow-able 60" X 24" steel roller for compacting the loose material on the final pass. I also have a box scraper and a york rake, but this grader outperforms them both. enjoy!
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    Platinum Member pjbci's Avatar
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    That looks great. Do you have any idea how much it weighs?

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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    Nice job. Please post some pics of how it works and what you are trying to do with it. I've been thinking of doing something similar, but haven't reached that point where I think I really have to have it.

    Eddie

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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    Very nicely done. Do you have a set of dimensions I guy could work from by any chance. I would like to build one aswell...........thanks

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    Looks great!! How did you make them adjustable? I may build another now like yours, as I built mine straight and non adjustable,
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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    I would love to see a close up of the adjustment part. here is a link to another similar one that I like alot. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...sing-pics.html
    Scott

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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    I see your blade depth is adjustable via the side cranks - Very good!

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    Wow! That looks great. I like the adjustability feature.
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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    Quote Originally Posted by EddieWalker View Post
    Nice job. Please post some pics of how it works and what you are trying to do with it. I've been thinking of doing something similar, but haven't reached that point where I think I really have to have it.
    I'm in the same position so I'm collecting all of the info I can gather before making a decision. It does look like a useful tool and if it makes my job easier...I'm all for it.

    I'd love to see some closeup photos.
    John

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    Default Re: Land Leveler Completed

    Looks great

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