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Brinly-Hardy 40 in. Tow-Behind Spike Aerator
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Brinly-Hardy

40 in. Tow-Behind Spike Aerator

$79.00 /each

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If your lawn experiences moderate foot traffic or if you have heavy clay soil, you may need to aerate. Brinly's 40 in. tow-Behind Spike Aerator loosens soil and permit it's nutrients and water to reach roots. Our durable, heavy duty aerator features 10 galvanized steel stars that perforate the soil up to 2 in. deep. Each 8 in. Dia star rotates independently and continues revolving during tractor turns. The 14-Gauge steel, 110 lb. capacity weight tray allows for weight to be added for maximum penetration in hard soil.

  • Working width of 40 in.
  • Up to 2 in. soil penetration
  • 5/8 in. solid steel tine axle
  • 10 galvanized steel tine stars
  • 2-year warranty
  • Universal hitch easily attaches to riding lawn mowers and lawn tractors

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I have alot of dead lawn due to severe drought, would this work good to use on lawn before I spread grass seed

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April 28, 2016
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I found that it worked best after a fairly good overnight rain. Tested it before the rain when ground was dry and it penetrated ground but not nearly enough for me.
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mcallen texas
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December 15, 2015
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yes it will help seed get into ground
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Sparrows Point, Edgemere, MD 21219, USA
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August 13, 2013
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Yes add weigth so the spikes go in to the ground about 1 inch so the water seed and air work together . You want to build a good root system to help in time of drought .Also In drought conditions let your grass go longer between cuttings.
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Peyton, CO 80831, USA
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April 29, 2013
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Hi Pat. This aerator will work well for you if you place three cement blocks on the top of it. The blocks stay on mine without any ties. Maybe water your lawn a little first to loosen the hard soil so the spikes can penetrate the dead grass. Good luck! I love my aerator and use it in the Spring and the Fall in Colorado.
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Jeffersonville, IN
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Thank you for your question. A spike aerator is not going to prepare the soil for seed.
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is it possible to pull this behind a small pickup truck?

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Topeka KS
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April 2, 2015
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No, would not advise it pull it with garden tractor or atv
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Not without extending the tow bar quite a bit--
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Jeffersonville, IN
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August 11, 2014
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This unit hooks up via a hitch pin and clevis. While you could certainly pull it behind a small truck, it's not recommended that you do so as it would heavily damage the unit a lot easier.
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will it handle rocks

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May 24, 2016
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Hi Handy,
Thank you for your inquiry. If the tines hit the rocks it could cause damage. This unit would not be recommended for rocky areas.
Brinly Hardy Team.
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May 23, 2016
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Rocks will bend the tines. I've had to straighten out a couple . They weren't bent too bad, and straightened out fairly easy with some needle nose pliers.
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Can this mower be pulled by a zero turn?

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I have a husqvarna z248f
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Yes, I pull it behind my new John Deere Z335e. Worked very well. Love the zero turn.
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March 7, 2016
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Hi Stu,
Yes this unit can be pull behind a zero turn. Please just watch the sharpness of the turns to prevent tine breakage or possible flipping of the unit.
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40 in. Tow-Behind Spike Aerator is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money Well, I got to use this once last year and then halfway through aerating today, the thing fell apart. The bar with the spikes came off so,, went to store and got some more 5/8th inch keys for the end of the rod and was able to get it back together again minus one spike. But, after one trip around the yard, it came apart again. To the dump this will go!
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from tow behind spide aerator very light weight, blocks added for weight did not stay put even with tie downs. I would not recommend this item even for a small garden patch.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy solid product. Property has a lot of rocky patches, and dry spots, was able to see the hol... Sturdy solid product. Property has a lot of rocky patches, and dry spots, was able to see the holes it left behind.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from did the job exactly like I wanted did the job exactly like I wanted
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad but Bought for the price and because it was convenient at the time. Easy to put together. Wished it would hold more weight. I maxed it at the 110 lbs and had to wait for a good rain for it to penetrate good, which it did. Having said that I noticed after first use the end panels bending out which caused tine bearings to start to separate, and I had made sure everything was tight before I used it. I fabricate, repair, and build things for a living so I know all was assembled properly. I added 1 L bracket to each end, (see pic) which upon second use held everything in place nice and tight, no separation of tine bearings. The brackets mounted in the holes that I used for the strap to hold blocks the first time. The brackets I mounted as it worked out, had another hole that actually made it easier to hook straps. So with a little re-engineering, it worked fine.
Date published: 2016-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from areator I had purchased another brand last yr, but it failed to hold up after 2trips around my 3/4acre. This model /brand is recommended in the reviews, and I see why. Its held up to multiple used ,and does the job I ask it to. The item was in stock at my local Depot store, and the price was right. The materials seem to be sturdy, and the tines are good. I'm using 2 1/2size cement blocks to weigh it down, and they fit into the tray nicely. I'm not sure of the total weight of these 2blocks, but the unit pierces the ground properly. I'd recommend this brand to my friends n neighbors, and if I needed ever to replace, i'd buy again this unit.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from irritating purchase My husband wanted this inexspensive aerator for our yard. We had one before(we bought from lowes) it was great. Lasted us about 3 yrs.. Well worth the money but this one has been a pain. It's easy to put together IF we had all the parts for it. In all the box was missing 3 pieces and no instructions. Just looked that up online but it's been 4 days now since we bought it and we have to go back to the hardware store to see what we can find to substitute for the missing pieces. It's an 80 mile round trip for us to return it or we would.
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A little disappointed. I bought this on-line and did not read carefully. This is not a plug or coring aerator, just penetration only. The tines will go in 2", but you must have a lot of weight on top to achieve that depth. DO NOT BACK UP. The tongue is not strong enough and it bent the very first time. Will not be able to tell if it really works until next spring. I'm wishing I would have spent just a little more and got one that did the plugs. It is not a bad little tool, if you have a smaller yard and the price is great.
Date published: 2012-10-05
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