"Pulling the Yard-Tuff Driveway Drag Harrow behind your ATV, UTV or lawn tractor is the easy way to grade your driveway. The adjustable rear blade creates a nice crown and the 42in.L heavy-duty tongue makes it easy to take sharp turns. 84in. working width. Dethatcher Type Drag, Hitch Type AT,UTV, lawn tractor, Operating Width in. 84, Dimensions L x W x H in. 84 x 89 x 3. Adjustable rear blade creates a nice crown 42in.L heavy-duty tongue makes it easy to take sharp turns 84in. working width 14 adjustable teeth loosen packed dirt Supports hold cement blocks for extra weight as needed Made of 2in. x 3in. heavy-duty steel with durable powder-coat finish"
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Summary(3 reviews)
3 of 3(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
Ok yeah you can get a better product for $1200 or the cost of a tractor with a box blade but I have pulled this with my ATV, my Cub Cadet ZT and my subaru.
Does a great job on normal gravel re-distro, good job on ruts and a decent job on DEEP ruts. We are gradually grooming some large humps which a legit grader blade would level in one pass but...for 10x the price this works fine.
I use 6 cinder blocks then in places I really need the teeth to bite I slide blocks forward (or have son stand on it which he thinks is a riot) and it kills it.
Great product for the money.
I wish there were brackets to pop in some casters/wheels for areas where its not needed. You can flip it up (bar folds) but you have to remove cinder blocks, etc. So not ideal but not huge issue. If they made a flat place on the back with 4 holes in some sort of standard it would be easy. I am making my own so that too is not an issue - just drill 8 holes and blam.
I came really close to buying another brand driveway drag, but found this one on N. Tool. Great design allows you to put the weight (simple concrete blocks) where you want it. side to side or front to back. Drag one side with blocks to create a nice crown so the water runs off. Lower the teeth up front and really loosen it up! Or back them off for a less aggressive cut and lessen the H.P it takes to pull it. Front pushes the dirt out and the back drags it back in. The slower you go the better it works to fill in low spots. Best price for a fantastic tool!