Model # PRT-36BH

Internet #100200888

Brinly-Hardy 24 in. x 36 in. 690 lb. Tow-Behind Poly Lawn Roller
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Brinly-Hardy

24 in. x 36 in. 690 lb. Tow-Behind Poly Lawn Roller

$146.55 /each

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The Brinly 24 in. x 36 in. Heavy Duty Tow-Behind Poly Lawn Roller easily hooks behind your tractor for towing. The drum features polyethylene construction to help resist dents and rust and the end caps are rounded to help prevent lawn damage when turning.

  • Capacity of up to 690 lb.
  • Easily hooks behind your tractor for towing
  • Drum features polyethylene construction to help resist dents and rust
  • End caps are rounded to help prevent lawn damage when turning
  • Large opening for easy filling and emptying
  • Lightweight, easy-to-store design

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What is the gallon capicity of the roller? I want to fill it with water at 5 lbs per gal.

Brinly 24" X 36" tow roller
Asked by: Anonymous
The roller holds 76 gallons of water, has an empty weight of 52 pounds and a combined [full] weight of 690 pounds. Water weighs ~8.4 pounds per gallon. If you want to use the roller at a reduced weight depending on where or when you are using it, you would simply add less water for that use. For example, if you want only 300 pounds instead of 690 pounds for a particular use: (target weight - empty weight) / weight of water per gallon = water to add... (300 pounds - 52 pounds) / 8.4 pounds per gallon = 29.5 gallons of water to add.
Answered by: HomeOwner01
Date published: 2017-04-13

The C clip and axle issue

with all the comments about the weak C clips falling off, the pictures looks as thought the axle is made of steel. is there a reason why a person couldn't drill a hole through the axle and insert a cotter pin much the same way as done with automotive axle nuts? or maybe match up the C clips and washers at the hardware store and buy spares so you have replacements should the C clips fail and come off? or are the C clips and washers an odd ball size that can't be replaced? is the axle hollow where it shouldn't be drilled which would cause fluid loss? it doesn't look like it would be hollow, but thought I'd ask before I buy one.
Asked by: Gramps
I had no problems wit the C-clip so far and have rolled 5 acres numerous times. If I did, I would probably drill a hole and use a pin of some sort.
Answered by: Flannelradio
Date published: 2016-05-01

do you need to drain it after every use?

do you need to drain it after every use?
Asked by: qball
No, but if you live in a cold climate drain before freeze.
Answered by: Chuck
Date published: 2017-04-19

Why doesn't the Manufacturer of this product, resolve the issue in reference to the 'C' clips? It...

Why doesn't the Manufacturer of this product, resolve the issue in reference to the 'C' clips? It has been a Documented Problem for quite some time! Should be redesigned, in order to remedy this very annoying situation! Other Makers of 'Poly' Lawn Rollers have Exactly the Very Same Problem! My next Purchase, I may try out a Steel Lawn Roller. Can Anyone advise me if the Steel Rollers have similar or other Major Issues? Since these are Seasonal, One is rarely ever seen on Display. From photos Online, Steel Units appear to have the Washer & Clip Pin Set-Up, as Others here have suggested... Some actually Drilling Holes to make the Alteration themselves.
Asked by: Budstir
I solved the problem by using two ball bearings, 2 hole flange type and it works great, available at any bearing store just get 5/8" shaft size
Answered by: Roller
Date published: 2017-04-19
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24 in. x 36 in. 690 lb. Tow-Behind Poly Lawn Roller is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 102.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The unit went together easily, and looked fine out of the box. I filled it with water and make a ... The unit went together easily, and looked fine out of the box. I filled it with water and make a few rounds in the yard. A leak stared in the main seam of the cylinder, about in the center of the drum. I continued to use it and the leak was bigger. I emptied the unit out and returned it for full refund.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Roller is all I hoped for. It is to replace a 24 X 36" steel roller. I found the lighter weig... The Roller is all I hoped for. It is to replace a 24 X 36" steel roller. I found the lighter weight to be a big plus for returning to storage when not being used. The round edges does not put crease marks in lawn like the old steel roller. Do not know how well it will hold up but at least it will not rust out like the old one. A comment about the fill plug giving trouble I found not to be a problem. All you need to do is use Never Sease or "O" ring lube on the thread BEFORE screwing in the plug, and do not over tighten.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Use pins not c-clips Good overall product could use some minor upgrades. The c-clips that hold the frame to to the barrel should be upgraded to a pin. These clips pop off very easy when you make a turn on a slight grade or just a sharp turn. I drilled mine out and added a pin which worked great. The frame it's self seems a little flimsy. But it does The job. Would have given it 5 stars if it was not for those c-clips.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Read the reviews on the bearing issues so I put two flange type bearing on right away $8.00 each ... Read the reviews on the bearing issues so I put two flange type bearing on right away $8.00 each at farm store and just drilled two holes to mount them. Works great and did an awesome job on flatting out the yard. The drain plug is big so it drained out in less than 5 minutes to put it away.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was easy to assemble and works as expected. I used it with my riding lawn mower (see picture) ... It was easy to assemble and works as expected. I used it with my riding lawn mower (see picture) and it had no problem with pulling it.... even with the engine at idle speed. Great product for the price!!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great Works Great
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Retaining snaps, way too thin When I assembled the unit and saw how thin the roller retainers were I was skeptical. I was right to be. It was a short time before they came off. I was towing the arms with the roller laying behind me. How Brinley thought a shifting with the terrain 690 lbs with wafer thin retainers is a clear poor choice The shaft is long enough that I drilled it for spring pin retainers and now it stays on.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Didn't make it thru the first use.......Neighbors got a good laugh. Assembly was easy. As mentioned in other reviews, i backed tractor up to the roller for hook up. All seemed fine until almost done with the yard. Suddenly the roller came away from the frame mount and i was pulling the bracket assembly only. The roller continued into the neighbors yard and stopped. Appearantly the e clips that held the roller to the frame popped off and then the frame bent on one side, releasing the roller from the frame. Conclusion... light weight and cheap e rings used to hold a very heavy roller onto frame. Because of the weight, some sort of pull pin or cotter pin should be used instead of a pressure fitted e ring.
Date published: 2012-04-17
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