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Brinly-Hardy 42 in. 20 cu. ft. Tow-Behind Lawn Sweeper
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Brinly-Hardy

42 in. 20 cu. ft. Tow-Behind Lawn Sweeper

  • High speed brushes pick up leaves, sticks, and more
  • Swinging hamper with pull cord makes unloading easy
  • Locking height adjustment secures brushes in proper position
$269.00 /each

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The Brinly 42 in. Lawn Sweeper is a tow-behind tractor attachment that collects leaves and grass clippings into its high-capacity 20 cu. ft. hamper. The 5:1 gear ratio results in higher tip velocity, generating more force to lift leaves and debris up off the ground and into the hamper. Consistent brush to ground contact prevents the unit from “skipping” and passing over sections of leaves and grass clippings on the lawn. By incorporating 6 brush sections, brush to ground contact is significantly improved over traditional 4 brush designs. This is accomplished by reducing “Tip Lift” the time and distance that the brushes lift off the surface of the lawn between strokes. When not in use, the patented self-storing feature allows the unit to be stored upright to minimize the required storage space. Stop raking and put your mower to work with the Brinly 42 in. Lawn Sweeper.

  • Full-swing hamper with pull cord and T-handle for easy dumping
  • 42 in. sweeping width, 20 cu. ft. hamper capacity
  • Patented upright self-storage feature
  • Durable tubular steel frame
  • Universal fit
  • Hitch pin included
  • Assembled dimension: 50 in. W x 53 in. D x 26 in. H

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Plastic stripped gears

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Independence, OH
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October 18, 2015
Brinly states that there are two gears on each side. One plastic and one metal. Many reviewers complain of the plastic gears stripping. Brinly states that this is not a common problem yet MANY different site reviews mention it. The plastic gears are designed to ensure obsolescence so their failure is no surprise. My question to Brinly is, can a consumer upgrade to all metal gears? Do you intend to fix this problem and eliminate gear stripping? Fixing it after the sale deters me (and probably many others) from purchasing the product.
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September 11, 2016
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Of course they could use metal gears but then it would last forever and they'd be out of business.
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Pinehurst, NC
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March 17, 2016
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just bought one and have not yet used ot. since I am going to use it maiming for pine cones in a 4-5 acre pasture area it is a worry. was the lawn sweeper meant for this level of useage?
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Liberty, Mo
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February 15, 2016
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This is common. Happened to mine twice in just over a year. I am buying a different brand that does not mix metal gear with plastic wheel.
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November 28, 2015
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Interesting no response from Brinly! Had one company say that the plastic on metal gears was Industry standard. How about Brinly taking a step above Industry standard and produce a product that the consumer will flock to too make a purchase and leave their competitors behind.
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That's a good point! They should have used all metal gears in the first place.
I've got to tell you though, I've used mine a lot and I haven't had any problems so far although I know it's inevitable. But like any mechanical device, you have to take care when using it or parts will fail prematurely. If the machine jams, stop and clear the jam, don't keep going hoping that it will fix itself, that's how Read More
That's a good point! They should have used all metal gears in the first place.
I've got to tell you though, I've used mine a lot and I haven't had any problems so far although I know it's inevitable. But like any mechanical device, you have to take care when using it or parts will fail prematurely. If the machine jams, stop and clear the jam, don't keep going hoping that it will fix itself, that's how you will guarantee stripped gears. Read Less
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Are the gears made of plastic or metel?

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October 18, 2016
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The pinion gear is metal. However, the drive gear is molded with the wheel and is plastic.
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November 29, 2015
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Plastic
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April 12, 2015
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Plastic
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November 3, 2014
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There is a metal gear and a plastic gear on both sides.
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Has anybody used this sweeper with a zero turn? Will it pick up at the faster speeds and will it make the sharp turns?

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September 15, 2016
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The gears bind up and the wheels lock. You have to hit leaves going straight. My sweeper is broke right now because Brinly doesn't back up warranty and I'm waiting on replacement parts I was forced to buy from them. BEWARE
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May 31, 2016
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The Brinly Hardy Sweeper is designed for standard garden tractors. Towing speed at 3-5 miles per hour. Sharp turns could damage the gears or the frame of the unit.
If you have any questions please contact us at 877-728-8224
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May 30, 2016
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It will pick up at high speeds but the debris will fly right over the hamper. It does not do well on sharp corners. It works best at medium speed.
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Will it pick up acorns.

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You'd sell many if it could sweep as well as a BCS power sweeper and pick up.
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October 3, 2016
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Hi Scott,
Yes the community answer is correct, this unit is designed to pick up leave and grass, but it's been know to do a great job on acorns, pine needles, and gumballs.
Brinly-Hardy Team
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Yes it does pick up acorns.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 89 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Plastic drive gear teeth inside wheel wear quickly and strip out As several people have experienced, the teeth on the plastic molded gear on the wheel wear down and strip out easily with use. I have had mine for a little more than a year; I purchased it on 5/22/15. We found this problem in late August or early September and I had not checked into resolving it until now. I was thinking about throwing this sweeper out, but after spending $269 on this product and getting little more than a year of use, I decided to pursue this with Brinly. When I contacted Brinly customer service, I was first told that the part number, 1008987, was just a wheel. She thought I meant that I needed the pinion (R-2485RH & LH). I explained that the drive gear was molded into the wheel. She then told me she never heard of this problem occurring. As I have read a handful of reviews on Home Depot's website with this problem, I suggested she go to the site and read the reviews, particularly the 1-star reviews. She asked what I was using to pull the sweeper. I use a John Deere lawn tractor. She then told me that I can't go over 3 miles an hour with the sweeper being towed. Anyone ever see a speedometer on a lawn tractor? :) I get that relatively I can go slower, but how do I really know I am under 3 mph? She also suggested that I keep the brushes higher. I do need this to sweep the grass up after I cut. Flat out, terrible design for the drive. The shear strength of the molded teeth is just not high enough for use in this application. If the drive gear were separate from the wheel, as in at least one other model from Brinly, the cost to repair would be considerably less - about $5 per drive gear instead of $40. I am more concerned, however, that after having contacted customer service, I was told that this was not a known problem. I have worked in consumer products and know that when an issue is found that repeats, usually a bulletin is created to let customer service know about it. October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT for ZERO TURN USE!!!!!!!!! (useless you go real sloooooow!!!) Purchased from Home Depot 24 April 2016. Used 4 times between 24 April- 23 May 2016. Out of town (Not used) from 23 May to 15 August 2016. Used 4 times August 2016. Total times used was 8. Lot size one acre. Plastic wheel gear stripped out on right side of sweeper. Contacted Brinly-Hardy Co. customer service. Brinly-Hardy Co. customer service asked what type of mower I was using. I use a Cub Cadet ZTR 42S tractor (purchased from Home Depot). The product was out of warranty (90 days for gears and wheels) NOT 2-years as identified on the web site, read the fine print, lesson learned!. Since I was utilizing my zero turn tractor, I was going too fast and turning too sharply causing the wheel to lock during the turn and the brush with the steel gear was still turning which caused the plastic wheel gear to strip. Brinly-Hardy Co. customer service stated that since the sweep was new but out of warranty they would discount the wheel, normally $40.43 to $26.28 plus $15.00 shipping. I was told that in the manual there is reference to maximum towing speed and avoid sharp turns. (In my future purchase of a zero turn tractor I'll make a note to purchase one with a MPH gauge???.) Bottom Line Do not use with a Zero Turn Tractor! Home Depot should advise the potential purchaser that this sweeper is NOT intended for zero turn tractors as they go too fast and turn to sharply. $269.00 and another $41.28 for 1/2 season of use. September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Brinly 42" yard sweeper Works great slightly difficult to assemble but good performance! October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Better than I expected Instructions a bit hard to follow in the area of assembling the "catcher" . However once assembled it's easy to connect to the mower and does a great job picking up pine cones (even though manufacturer states its not designed for that), picking up small sticks and leaves and pine straw. Makes cleaning the yard in the winter much easier and does it in a fraction of the time it would take by hand raking. Well worth the money. October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Anything but raking!! Difficult assembly. Adjustment for sweeping height confusing. October 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tow behind Lawn Sweeper it works real good for what it is meant to do. I could not find a bagger for my mower at home depot this is the next best thing September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good! Extremely hard to put together, took about 3 hours between 3 men. Lol. But if they would have watched the u tube video it could have been easy. The directions were horrible. But they got it and it works like a charm. Only used it a full day but did wonders!!!!! September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does a great job This leaf rake does well even with a zero turn lawn morer October 4, 2016
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