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"Brinly-Hardy Tow-Behind Aerator/Spreader - 40in., Model# AS-40BH"

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"Tow-behind aerator/spreader is a dual-action time saver. The heavy-duty aerator perforates the ground while a high-quality drop-spreader puts seed, lime or fertilizer directly into the soil. Spikes qty. 132, Weight Capacity lbs. 100, Overall Width in. 51, Aerator Type Spike, Spike Penetration Depth in. 2, Spike Length in. 2, Working Width in. 40, Application Aerator. Aerates and spreads seed, fertilizer or lime at the same time Heavy-duty nylon spacers for maximum strength and dependability Calibrated flow control with adjustable stop feature 132 galvanized steel tines on 8in. discs penetrate up to 2 inches, stay sharp and won't rust Direct train drive prevents skips when dropping granular material Durable tubular steel framing and drawbars 18-ga. welded steel hopper minimizes twisting and flexing when loaded 100-lb. hopper capacity 9in. poly tires Hitch pin included Assembly required 37 1/2in.L x 51in.W x 18in.H"
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Questions & Answers for "Brinly-Hardy Tow-Behind Aerator/Spreader - 40in., Model# AS-40BH"

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how thick are the tines on the towbehind brinly areator drop spreader

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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Anonymous
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The tines on the AS-40BH are 0.10 inches thick. They are 12 gauge galvanized steel and can penetrate the ground up to 2 inches.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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BrinlyCustomerService
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The tines are 0.10 inches thick.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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ProductExpert19
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can this be towed by ATV?

I am concerned i would not be able to reach the handles for deployment.
asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Anonymous
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We would not recommend this unit behind a ATV turn unit because of the speed and sharp turns this unit is capable of. You more than likely will not be able to reach the handle from your seat to deploy. Also if you do decide to use this unit with the ATV you many need to see if they have an adjustment bracket because when attaching this unit it's possible that the rear end of the ATV will be higher than what you would want the towbars at for this unit.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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BrinlyCustomerService
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It’s not recommended to use this unit with an ATV.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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will this work with John Deere 46 inch lawn mower

How does this compare to the pull behind John Deere spreader w/o aerator? How is spread rate set and is srpead determined by wheel speed or motorized?
Thank you.
asked 4 years, 5 months ago
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Chigg77
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This unit could certainly be pulled behind a John Deere riding lawn mower. The advantage that this unit has over one that does not have the aerator is that it will place the material that is being spread in the soil rather than just on top of it, to minimize loss through washing or blowing away. The spread rate is determined by the speed that this unit is being pulled. The spreading mechanism is driven by the spikes.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
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Can you add some extra weight to this so it will penetrate the ground better.

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Blocks can be added to the aerator/spreader for extra weight. By placing wood over the seed storage area, blocks can be added for this purpose. No more than 2 small blocks should be used and they should be strapped down so as to not fall in the seed area.
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