Tractor tool Box Blade Scraper opinions use valuable defects

barracane

barracane

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surfing the internet I found this tool that is towed behind the tractor similar to a scraper blade. Can you give me some info? For example:
- Can it be used to scrape and level gravel and soil or lightly compacted?
- Can the square steel tube frame be used as a ballast for greater soil penetration during plowing?
- The rear blade scraper box can convert to a rear leveling blade and can be inclined to roll dirt or snow to the side. Do you know if any Italian company produces it would be possible to build one by hand? What do you think?
They can be used both during pushing and towing!
https://images.homedepot-static.com.../5186ab69-04f3-45a4-9a49-ec2574f13d47_300.jpg
which ones are the best? what car to use to tow or push. tracked or on wheels
https://www.northerntool.com/images/product/700x700/254/254214_1_700x700.jpg

https://www.everythingattachments.com/Grader-Clearing-Box-Blade-Box-Scraper-p/eta-hhp-gcbb.htm
 
Bob

Bob

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I often use a grader box like no3 to level out a farm drive about 1/2 mile long pulling it with a Ferguson 35 tractor and it works well ,If its very hard you shorten top link so the tines loosen up the surface to make enough soil in box to put in low spots you adjust everything like camber and how deep by adjusting the arms and top link on tractor
 
BertB.

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Friend of mine invented this attachment system to make using a 3-point hitch easier and more convenient. Attachments like box blades, scraper or grader blades, and Harley Rakes can be reversed easily and put on an angle as well. The system works much like a 5th wheel hitch for semi-trucks. It might be a bit expensive for you to import but I have tried it and its quite well built.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_P7J5tSivLvM0mCdc-J9w/videos

 
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