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AllFitHD 50 in. 26 cu. ft. Lawn Sweeper
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AllFitHD

50 in. 26 cu. ft. Lawn Sweeper

  • Extra-wide 50" sweep path and 26 CF bag gets the job done faster
  • Patented spiral brush sweeps more efficiently than other sweepers
  • Easy to assemble and highly rated by customers (see reviews)
$299.00 /each

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The AllFitHD Lawn Sweeper features an industry leading super capacity 26 cu. ft. heavy duty collector bag and an extra wide 50 in. sweeping path allowing you to get your lawn care done faster than ever. Exclusive patented spiral brush sweeps more efficiently than standard sweepers and puts less stress on gears for longer life. No-slip positive lock height adjustment will not vibrate out of position and has easy to remember height settings. Hopper easily empties by pulling rope from the seat of your tractor. Just reverse to debris or compost area, pull the rope and you're done. Extra wide 9 in. chute is less likely to clog, especially when sweeping damp grass clippings that clump together. 3-position hitch adjustment allows for efficient level operation with any tractor hitch height without the use of easy to lose spacer rings. AllFitHD attachments are manufactured by Ohio Steel, who for over 50 years has manufactured high-quality, innovative tractor and ATV attachments that help get the job done faster and with less effort.

  • 50 in. sweeping width; 26 cu. ft. capacity hopper
  • 11 in. spiraled polypropylene brushes
  • 4.5 to 1 brush to wheel turning ratio
  • Extra wide 9 in. chute prevents clogging
  • Collapsible hopper removes completely for quick and compact storage
  • Sealed ball bearings on brush axle
  • 3-position hitch adjustment allows custom fit to all tractor brands; hitch pin included

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Will this sweeper pick up acorns?

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July 10, 2015
We have three large oak trees which drop thousands of acorns every three years (we call it the "acorn apocalypse" when it happens). Curious if the brushes will pick up the fairly heavy acorns?
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April 25, 2016
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It picks up some acorns but will miss just as many.
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March 22, 2016
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Yes, If set low enough and grass is not too tall. Even picked up small tree limbs
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October 27, 2015
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YEP, but don't overload it our you will need help lifting by hand as the rope won't do the job on heavy loads. Be sure to adjust the height setting if it won't pick up. I found at the lowest setting to the ground is not very useful as to much bending of the brush bends making it miss lots of stuff.
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October 20, 2015
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Yes, with the proper height adjustment.
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July 16, 2015
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Yes, this product would pick up the acorns.
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I think it might. If you set the setting to where the brushes are close to the ground. I know it picks up small twigs and have never actually tried larger twigs or branches, but acorns are pretty harmless. I would say it DOES pick them up with a couple of sweeps and you would have to empty it before it gets too heavy.
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How well does it work on uneven and sloping ground. My yard is in the foothills and has a 10-15 degree slope in some places.

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January 14, 2016
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Worked really well on slopes, if your tractor has the power to pull it fully loaded up hill you shouldn't have a problem.
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Does well in those conditions if dry
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November 13, 2015
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My pine needles were on a slope, but not 10-15 degrees...more like 5-7 degrees. In addition, the ground here is a bit uneven and bumpy in this area, but it did a great job.
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My home is in the rolling hills of eastern TN. When I say rolling that is just the perfect description. My yard has a 15 degree or steeper slope. I have tried up and down and sides way pulling of the sweep. Side way works the best, then down hill. But after a smaller accumulation of clippings my 26 HP Kohler engine mower on my garden tractor begins to strain.
I have had do issues with the sweeper on
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My home is in the rolling hills of eastern TN. When I say rolling that is just the perfect description. My yard has a 15 degree or steeper slope. I have tried up and down and sides way pulling of the sweep. Side way works the best, then down hill. But after a smaller accumulation of clippings my 26 HP Kohler engine mower on my garden tractor begins to strain.
I have had do issues with the sweeper on steeper grades. I have never experienced a problem or even a perceived problem with it turning over and after several uses doubt there will be a problem.
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Hi Scott,
As long as your mower/lawn tractor can safely mow on the slope then you should be able to tow the lawn sweeper. However, due to the added drag and towing weight it may be more difficult to go straight up a slope, if at all. If you can, it would be best to safely sweep along the side of the slope instead of down or up the slope.
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Hi Scott,
As long as your mower/lawn tractor can safely mow on the slope then you should be able to tow the lawn sweeper. However, due to the added drag and towing weight it may be more difficult to go straight up a slope, if at all. If you can, it would be best to safely sweep along the side of the slope instead of down or up the slope.
The sweeper only picks up debris that the sweeper brushes can reach. If your yard has a slow rolling "up and down" terrain the sweeper should work fine. Read Less
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Does this collapse for storage?

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It will fold flat if you take the frame (side braced) apart. Otherwise the answer is absolutely "NO".
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Yes it does.
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Yes. It sure does... you have to take out some tension rods, some quick release pins and press some snap buttons. Not something I would want to do daily but at end of season or long periods of no use.
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It does, but you have to remove those dreaded tension rods first. I think, personally, I'll just leave it with the tension rods in place. They are too difficult for me to replace.
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May 1, 2015
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Yes, the hopper is collapsible for storage.
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Does this pick up leaves or just grass clippings?

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We have a smaller yard, but the neighbor's leaves blow into ours constantly. Will this suck up the leaves? We have a Kubota tractor (with a hilarious custom paint job) that we won that will easily handle this product if it works. Thanks
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Yes, gets most but not all of the leaves. This thing has a nylon brush that spins as you tow it so whatever the brush picks up goes into hopper. I would think that wet leaves plastered to the ground would be a problem.
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September 27, 2016
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Thank you for your question. Yes, this unit is designed for leaf and grass collection so it will work for your intended use.
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As long as the leaves aren't wet. It does a great job of picking up grass clippings and dry leaves.
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It does an excellent job of sweeping leaves. I use it during the fall and it amazed me just how well it did work.
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50 in. 26 cu. ft. Lawn Sweeper is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 270.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well. It sweeps well and on level ground it sweeps evenly. Undulations and depressions wil... Works well. It sweeps well and on level ground it sweeps evenly. Undulations and depressions will cause it to work less well but that is the nature of any sweeper, not just this one. It also seems to be built tough, much tougher than the one it is replacing (Brinley). There are a few "design shortcomings" that could be better but are minor issues one of which is modifiable by the end user to correct. The non user correctable issues are the hopper opening is a little low at the top and a fair amount (looks like 10-15% to me) of leaf material hits it like a ramp and flies over the back instead of going in the hopper. Grass did much better. If the rod was maybe 2-3 inches higher it would probably perform better with leaves. The correctable issue it this, too much of this is held together by "pins". While the cross rod above the hopper will probably survive the life of the unit with just the supplied pins, I would replace the mfg. supplied pins at the bottom of the hopper with at least a cotter-style pin that can be more permanently attached. I say this because in the first 30 minutes of use, mine threw a pin (that is now somewhere in my yard waiting to puncture a tire on my lawnmower) along with the 3/8" button it was holding. I ended up replacing both sides with a 3/8" bolt and a nylon lock nut. One note, if you use the bolt and lock nut solution, do not tighten it fully as the oem button and pin setup allowed it to pivot freely. Make sure you leave it loose enough to pivot after using the lock nut fix. Had I not lost the button, I would have probably replaced the supplied pins with cottters and used the supplied button. The supplied connection pin used to attach the sweeper to your tow vehicle also bounces up and down enough that when using the lower two connections, it did come unhitched a time or two on me but did not bounce all the way out nor did I lose the pin. This can be fixed easily with a drill press and pin hole in the bottom of the connecting pin or just a rubber band if desired. I have only used it a few hours so far but am quite satisfied with the performance of the unit fulfilling its purpose. To me as a long time DIY handyman, the design flaws are a minor annoyance. To a consumer not familiar or comfortable with field modifications, they might be more concerning. I attached photos of both issues with the fix at the end of the review.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I don't think I've ever bought a mechanical thing that worked as well as advertised. Assembly was... I don't think I've ever bought a mechanical thing that worked as well as advertised. Assembly was easy, with only one thing I needed to undo and redo because I did it backwards (and I caught it right away), and it works so well that you'll hit yourself for doing whatever you did before to get rid of leaves and grass and small other things. At least with a 42-inch Cub Cadet it doesn't back up without jackknifing but besides that it's fine.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Despite some of the reviews reporting that this was difficult to assemble, it took me only ~30 m... Despite some of the reviews reporting that this was difficult to assemble, it took me only ~30 minutes. The large hopper is quite nice, and the ability to unload without having to get-off the mower is great. You do have to tow it at a moderate speed, and I would say that there is some trial and error as to getting the depth of the brushes correct (some of the other models had a gauge to go by; however, with this one, did not .. Rule is: if it ain't pickin' up leaves/grass, move it down another notch). Final design improvement opportunity: provide the ability to turn the brushes on-or-off .. Currently, if you're moving forward, you're sweeping - so moving it from one location to another can be a "pain". Good product overall - glad I bought it ..
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Picks up leaf, pine needles and even a little thatch. Great for the money - only thing I wish it... Picks up leaf, pine needles and even a little thatch. Great for the money - only thing I wish it could do a little better was acorns, mostly due to the bumper crop this year. I would say it picks up 95% of leaf waste 90% of pine needles 95% pine cones 45% acorns. and 30% of thatch (added benefit) Holds plenty of waste - more than I can reasonable fold over to dump.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like it. This is the first lawn sweeper for me. I looked at smaller sweepers, but chose this on... I like it. This is the first lawn sweeper for me. I looked at smaller sweepers, but chose this one for it's wide sweep. I have an acre of land and tons of leaves to clean up. I had some difficulty with part of the assembly, but worked through it. This sweeper is well made and should last a long time. Too late for a photo, my sweeper is put away for the winter.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny Works much better than expected, easy assembly, very sturdy and durable and has multiple functions, money well spent, picks up leaves, grass, sticks and debris with ease, also its very easy to empty without even getting off of your riding mower, I highly recommend this lawn sweeper.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ezy pezy Open box to assemble at 7pm, 1 acre yard done by 830pm. No lie. That's what I'm talkin' 'bout! Time will tell for reliability. Might read instructions tonight as a bedtime story. (full disclosure- I have a battery powered 90 degree hammer drill, but who doesn't!)
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great picks up everything easy rope handle to dump. I need to drag it around a few more tim... Works great picks up everything easy rope handle to dump. I need to drag it around a few more times to be done completely. Expect 4 hour job for acre+ Easy install Easy store Overall for half of what I'd pay a landscaper I can now do myself yearly
Date published: 2016-11-29
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