"Gravel Rake" for Road Planings Hard Standing Surface?

Robert

Member
Location
South East
Got a couple of large areas i'd like to keep looking smart - anyone recommend something for this job? Haven't even experimented just yet, maybe an upside down dutch harrow would be as good as anything?!
 

ED.D

Member
Location
Cheshire
I use a 3m wide sim a box grader to level. Have just built a shallow scarifier out of a road plate and some carbide teeth like they use on a road plainer to rip up the surface. Would like a proper roller to put them back down again though.
 

quattro

Member
Location
scotland
Got a couple of large areas i'd like to keep looking smart - anyone recommend something for this job? Haven't even experimented just yet, maybe an upside down dutch harrow would be as good as anything?!
I made one out of some old scrap heavy beams , rear one has bend it and connected to a ram,so when you pull ram in it leaves a camber on a lane
can also tip stone straight out of dump trailer straight into it
 

Andrew1983

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Location
Black Isle
I don’t think the diesel does a lot other than make you hide every time a strange car comes in the yard when it’s raining 🙈 I tried it a few years ago, some bits that never got any went just as hard with plenty rolling/traffic.
 

quattro

Member
Location
scotland
Any chance of a photo?
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CHAP Webinar - Innovative tools to overcome the challenges of Regen Ag

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Applying principles of regen ag can incur a range of on-farm challenges. Learn how innovative tools & machinery can help with these hurdles.

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