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Tow behind road graders

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GaryTober

03-23-2008 05:20:57
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Does anyone know of a current manufacturer of wheeled graders that can be towed behind a tractor or pick up?

thanks, Gary




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rongrong

03-23-2008 19:01:15
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
heres another site www.assieindustries.com



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in-too-deep

03-23-2008 14:40:45
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  

This is the road grader I'm talking about in my post right below this one.



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in_too-deep

03-23-2008 09:15:40
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
Click on the link. This grader is made in my home town.



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JMS/.MN

03-23-2008 08:13:11
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
Double B Mfg, Willmar, MN.320-382-6623. www.doublebrepair-mfg.com



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skyharborcowboy

03-23-2008 06:26:36
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  


Is this what you are looking for? This is a 1950 John Deere 6ML-08 Land Leveler that I own. Since the photo was taken I put the hydraulic actuator back on it. I just used the top link to transport it to my place.

Joe



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bradley martin

03-23-2008 06:13:56
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
Actually, I have seen fairly recently an ad for a pull behind grader but I didn't note the manufacturer. Try a few google searches and you might find something.



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skyharborcowboy

03-23-2008 06:07:59
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
You may be talking about something else but from your description it sounds like you are looking for a Land Leveler. If I am wrong correct me but I believe you can find what you are looking for at:

www.tgschmeiser.com
http://www.abcgroff.com/ic/level2.htm

http://www.laser-grade.com/scraper.htm

Joe



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Crem

03-23-2008 07:34:59
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to skyharborcowboy, 03-23-2008 06:07:59  
Joe, thanks for posting the links on the laser controlled levelers. It would be fun to try and modify a box blade to do that.



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MF294-4

03-23-2008 06:06:08
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
What about those 2 wheeled box blades if you only want to level. I've got an old Adams that we used to pull with a D6 cat. Now days with a big tractor. It takes 40 acres to turn around.



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VaTom

03-23-2008 05:43:28
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
No, but if you can find an old one, grab it.

My 4 wheel Galion works extremely well. One caution, the tow driver needs to be able to see where the blade tip is working if you're cutting to the road edge.

The grader operator stays pretty busy too, unless it's a long straight stretch. 5 blade adjustments on mine.

An alternative, I discovered at auction where I bought everything in the honeysuckle for 5 bucks, was an old car frame ('54 Ford I was told) turned backwards with a huge old water tank section for the cutting edge. Worked surprisingly well with my 3 point hitch. The tank was set up to pivot in either direction for crowning, but was only perpendicular to the road. Wide steel wheels, why, I have no idea.

Very functional. Much better grading job than a simple rear blade.

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IaGary

03-23-2008 05:36:49
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 Re: Tow behind road graders in reply to GaryTober, 03-23-2008 05:20:57  
The closest thing you will find to a wheeled road grader would be a Box Scrapper.

Don't believe pull wheeler road graders are being produced any longer.

Gary



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