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Brinly-Hardy 40 in. Tow-Behind Dethatcher
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Brinly-Hardy

40 in. Tow-Behind Dethatcher

$79.00 /each

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The Brinly 40 in. Tow-Behind Dethatcher for Riding Mowers helps prevent roots, leaves, grass clippings and other small vegetation from inhibiting the growth of your lawn. It features 20 flexible dual-tine tips to comb the matted layer of thatch in a lawn. 14-Gauge steel weight tray is sturdy and durable while allowing for adjustment of the weight of dethatcher for penetration into the top layer of soil.

  • Assembled dimension: 42.875 in. W x 8.75 in. D x 9 in. H
  • 2 rows of 10 independently flexing dual-tine tips comb thatch from a lawn to let water and nutrients get to roots
  • 40 in. working width covers a significant patch of grass for quick job completion with fewer passes
  • 8 in. diamond-tread wheels with adjustable mounting positions for leveling offer wide support for even rolling, steady dethatching and smooth movement
  • Drawbar with adjustable mounting positions to adapt to all tractor hookup heights
  • Safety wires secure the tines in the event of breakage to protect the mower blades from damage
  • Tines come pre-assembled on the tray from the factory to decrease assemble time

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Can a lawn sweeper be hooked behind it?

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Ron
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There is no way to do that without modification
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April 22, 2014
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We used the thatcher and then hooked up the lawn vacuum to pick it up. I don't think the two can be used simultaneously.
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Covington, GA, USA
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No, you have to dethatch first then use a sweeper.
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Jeffersonville, IN
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March 28, 2014
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A lawn sweeper cannot be hooked behind our normal dethatchers. You will need to purchase a dethatcher kit for your sweeper.
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Newton, NC
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June 26, 2013
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No. I don't see how.
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Schuylkill Haven, PA, USA
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June 18, 2013
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There is no existing hitch for that, but I would think you could drill a hole for a place to hitch a sweeper to the back of this dethatcher and pull them in tandem.
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Sulphur, LA, USA
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Not that I can see. you would have to modify it and then the warranty is gone
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May 18, 2013
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No. There is no place for further tow attachments.
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Saline, MI, USA
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May 7, 2013
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Not this model, but there is another one that is desinged to be attached to a particular lawn sweeper. I have a Brinly lawn sweeper and investigated the one that attaches, but I have hills and gullys that my sweeper has a tough time in so I went with the stand alone thatcher.
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Ron
May 5, 2013
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Thank you for your Answers. By the time my questions was approved I had The dethatcher hooked up. between my Mower and the Lawn Sweeper. I drilled a hole in the back center of the tine plate to accommodate the Sweeper. It all worked pretty good.
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May 4, 2013
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Not this particular model. They do have a sweeper with integrated dethatcher. If you look at the selection of sweepers I'm confident you will find one with both. Hope this helps.
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summerfield, nc
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May 4, 2013
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It is not designed to tow anything else but you can buy a sweeper and a dethatcher attatchment for the sweeper
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Do the tines come pre-assembled on the tray or would I have to assemble?

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Sulphur, LA, USA
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Yes the tines are already assembled
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May 18, 2013
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The tines come pre-assembled. The hitch and control lever are not assembled. It took about 15 minutes to toss it all together.
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Saline, MI, USA
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May 7, 2013
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The tines were pre-assembled when I opened the box. I only had to assembly the towing bars, wheel assembly and lever arms to control the wheels up/down.
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Scarborough, ME, USA
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Tines are pre-assembled
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The Tines were pre-assembled. Only needed to assemble tow-bar & wheels. Read instructions
before starting the assembly.
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April 28, 2013
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Yes they do
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April 23, 2013
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The tines are pre-attached to the tray.
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summerfield, nc
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The tines are all pre assembled, and you can buy replacements in the future as necessary
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American Fork, Utah
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March 8, 2013
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they are pre assembled and attached to the tray
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December 11, 2012
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They came separated in the box. Very easy to assemble. I was able to simply place the tine on to the unit, when upside down, hand tightened. I then completed assembly on top side, as it does require the re-loosening of some bolts on the bottom, prior to coming back and re-tightening with a ratchet wrench. All in all, took about 35 min to assemble. Rather straight forward.
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Jeffersonville, IN
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Thank you for your interest in our product. For the 40" model, the tines do come pre-assembled on the tray. Please note the tines on the 48" model do not come pre-assembled.
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Can this be attached to any make of lawn tractor?

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Seattle, WA
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This is much cheaper than the one made by the maker of our tractor :-)
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It attaches with a simple pin. If your tractor has a bracket and hole at the rear it should work. If not I would think you could buy something. But most tractors have a hitch.
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Probably to the average home owner tractors out there. Once you get into the zero turn models, it's not guaranteed because the hitch heights vary so greatly on them that a higher hitch point might make it's angle so steep that it won't touch the ground. I had this problem with a Gravely.
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If your tractor has a simple 1 hole hitch (standard on most ride on tractors excluding zero turns) then yes you can tow it .
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The attachment is just a pin so a 3/8" or less thick plate with a 1/2" hole is all that is needed to attach.
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May 27, 2014
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As long as the lawn tractor has a hitch where you can attach a hitch pin, it will work. This unit adjusts for various heights of hitches on tractors to keep the unit level. This allows all of the tines to make contact with the ground.
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May 27, 2014
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As long as you have an area (hole) in the back of your tractor to hook up the dethatcher with the pin and cotter pin, you should be all set. This is a great tool and name brand means nothing for this type of tool, in my opinion.
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Yes, if the mower has the hole for the pin to attach it with. Adjustable for different heights.
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It can be attached to a wide variety of tractors. During the assembly there is a set up step so be sure you do not tighten all the nuts on the hitch until you complete this step near the end. The cardboard box that it is packed in worked well to set up the height.
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Yes this unit is designed to be used with any make of tractor. It is adjustable for varying hitch heights.
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As long as the lawn tractor in question can accept an attachment that uses a hitch pin and clevis, it will work. This applies to almost every make and model and is the reason why we make all of our dethatchers with this kind of set up.
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I'm going to try this again, do you need weight on this to work? I thought it was just supposed to lightly scrape the surface of the lawn

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March 24, 2016
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Cinder blocks fit right into the bin and keep the tines against the ground. There is also a setting to lightly scratch the soil if you are planting more grass afterward.
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I use two cinder blocks on mine (strapped down) and it works great. You do have to pay close attention to the instructions as there is an adjustment that is necessary during initial set-up to have it scrape at the right level. It's different for each mower it's used with because the hitch heights vary between mowers.
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March 21, 2015
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Yes. I use concrete blocks
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March 10, 2015
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Yes i would definitely put some weight on it. I didn't try it without it, but i like how it operates with weight on it. Probably held it from bouncing better. I used three of the medium size stacker stones, the ones that are kind of pie shaped and used for making small rock walls or steps or whatever. Rubber bungee cord to hold them down.
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You can put some cinder blocks if you want, I wouldn't put more then two or it depends how big they are but two would do it for me. I have some sloping on my lot and two blocks would be enough for my lawn tractor. I have seen it done both ways with or without. Happy dethatching.
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February 3, 2015
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This unit can do dethaching, and scarifying of the lawn, weights can also be used if you need the unit to hold steady and the tines to be closer to the ground. Weight are sometimes used on these unit if you have a bumpy yard the extra weight will help to hold the unit steady.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 149 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Life saver! I bought this after first trying to rake my lawn before seeding and realizing how much dead grass was coming up. I bought this thing, assembled relatively easy, and then used it with one 40-lb weight. I have a 1-acre yard, and on just half of the yard, I had removed 8 (yes, 8) heaping wheelbarrows full of dead grass! What a great tool at a great price. It worked great and gave me much relief that all the money I had spent on seed and an aerator would be worth it as now the seed can actually reach the dirt of my lawn and take root. October 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Brinkly-Hardy Dethatcher After I helped my neighbor put mine together it worked great. Well worth the money. October 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kind of a pain to assemble but I finally figured it out. It works great on my yard. I have Bahia grass and it got the thatch out without extra weight put on dethatcher...Only used once but worked great for me. October 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Briny-hardy 40 in dethatcher Worked well for me. I would defenetely recommend it. I got all the dead grass out. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult Assembly Process This is a good product; but assembly is difficult. Have it delivered to the store and ask for it to be assembled before pickup. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good investment for yard maintenance This 40 in.dethatcher is well worth the money. This unit is very capable of removing weeds,vine and dead grass with little or no effort. Assembly was easy and the unit seems to be well made. The key to successful dethatching is using a powerful lawn and garden tractor. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by simple great Wow a differance a dethatcher makes on the lawn. Purchased this hoping for the best and it more than exceeded my expectations. Added 2 blocks and it really pulled up a lot of stuff that was not good for the lawn. Outstanding product. September 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pleasantly surprised I was very skeptical about a cheap ($79) piece of equipment but I read other comments. It works extremely well. It pulled a ton of loose dead grass out of my yard. Had to use my bagger to get it all up. As an added benefit, I'm battling an invasion of Bermuda grass; It pulled the heck out of those long shoots, allowing me to keep mowing it over to thin it out. It doesn't require any weight to be added, works just fine. I wouldn't recommend if you have and enjoy Bermuda grass. August 30, 2016
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