Model # BS-38BH

Internet #100609659

Brinly-Hardy 38 in. Sleeve Hitch Tow-Behind Box Scraper
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Brinly-Hardy

38 in. Sleeve Hitch Tow-Behind Box Scraper

  • Perfect for gardening , landscaping and other yard projects
  • Requires a sleeve hitch for operation (not included)
  • Weight tray allows for additional weight for tougher projects
$22900 /each
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Product Overview

  • Perfect for gardening , landscaping and other yard projects
  • Requires a sleeve hitch for operation (not included)
  • Weight tray allows for additional weight for tougher projects
The Brinly 38 in. Box Scraper is a great all-around garden tractor attachment for landscaping, gardening and yard work. Projects such as leveling a yard, removing roots and other unwanted debris, spreading topsoil and gravel or backfilling holes can all be completed quickly and efficiently with this versatile attachment. Easily remove the side plates and scarifier bar and the Box Scraper becomes a rear blade which is ideal for grading, backfilling or moving dirt, sand, gravel and snow. Get more projects done with just one garden tractor attachment.
  • Garden tractor attachments require a sleeve hitch for operation (not included); consult tractor dealer or manufacturer for proper sleeve hitch, additional tractor weights required for proper traction and operation; see manual for details
  • Compact 38 in. working width is ideal for landscaping, gardening and other yard projects and is easily maneuvered through tight spaces
  • Box scraper/blade design with easily removable side plates and scarifier bar provides multi-use scraper/rear blade functionality for grading, backfilling and moving dirt, sand or gravel
  • Heavy duty, center-mounted C-frame and carbon steel blade for maximum strength and durability
  • Standard weight tray allows for additional weight to be added for tougher grading and leveling projects
  • Versatile angle and lock design for easy 30 Degree left or right blade direction, blade can be rotated 180 Degree for pushing or pulling of material
  • If your garden tractor is equipped with turf-tread tires, consider using tire chains for added traction

Product Overview

  • Perfect for gardening , landscaping and other yard projects
  • Requires a sleeve hitch for operation (not included)
  • Weight tray allows for additional weight for tougher projects
Model #: BS-38BH
Internet #: 100609659

The Brinly 38 in. Box Scraper is a great all-around garden tractor attachment for landscaping, gardening and yard work. Projects such as leveling a yard, removing roots and other unwanted debris, spreading topsoil and gravel or backfilling holes can all be completed quickly and efficiently with this versatile attachment. Easily remove the side plates and scarifier bar and the Box Scraper becomes a rear blade which is ideal for grading, backfilling or moving dirt, sand, gravel and snow. Get more projects done with just one garden tractor attachment.

  • Garden tractor attachments require a sleeve hitch for operation (not included); consult tractor dealer or manufacturer for proper sleeve hitch, additional tractor weights required for proper traction and operation; see manual for details
  • Compact 38 in. working width is ideal for landscaping, gardening and other yard projects and is easily maneuvered through tight spaces
  • Box scraper/blade design with easily removable side plates and scarifier bar provides multi-use scraper/rear blade functionality for grading, backfilling and moving dirt, sand or gravel
  • Heavy duty, center-mounted C-frame and carbon steel blade for maximum strength and durability
  • Standard weight tray allows for additional weight to be added for tougher grading and leveling projects
  • Versatile angle and lock design for easy 30 Degree left or right blade direction, blade can be rotated 180 Degree for pushing or pulling of material
  • If your garden tractor is equipped with turf-tread tires, consider using tire chains for added traction

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
35 in
Assembled Height (in.)
15 in
Assembled Width (in.)
38 in

Details

Application Type
Ground Engaging
Assembly Required
Yes
Fits brands/models
Most Riding and Lawn/Garden Tractors
Included
Hitch Pin
Material
Steel
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
35 in
Assembled Height (in.)
15 in
Assembled Width (in.)
38 in

Details

Application Type
Ground Engaging
Assembly Required
Yes
Fits brands/models
Most Riding and Lawn/Garden Tractors
Included
Hitch Pin
Material
Steel
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 year

Questions & Answers

Can it be used behind a fourwheeler,atv?

Asked by: JAM
As long as the hitch is at same height as the height of attachment. Should your atv have a higher hitch you could by an adapter which would lower your hitch to the height of the scraper. I used my riding lawn mower and it worked just fine.
Answered by: diy
Date published: 2017-08-12

do I need an attachment for my Cub Cadet

Asked by: thompsonhrry
NO, It works fine with my cubby. I do not know what the other people are selling but mine works great without a sleeve hitch. I stow my beers on it too.
Answered by: U812
Date published: 2016-12-04

Can the scraper be adjusted

Can the scraper be adjusted
Asked by: PJ
PJ....it is only adjustable by you raising and lowering the handle to the desired height and then manually holding it there. The scraper has no way to lock it into an certain height....... other than all the way down.
Answered by: Boots
Date published: 2017-06-23

Will it work if towed behind a Polaris Sportsman ATV?

Asked by: Moose
YEP
Answered by: U812
Date published: 2016-12-04
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Customer Reviews

38 in. Sleeve Hitch Tow-Behind Box Scraper is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 88.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Actually this little box scraper turned out better than I thought it would............ after a fe... Actually this little box scraper turned out better than I thought it would............ after a few modifications. For those that have done their homework, you know that you need the seperate sleeve hitch to mount the scaper to your yard tractor. I didn't like the big lever that you raise and lower the scraper with and the fact that you really have no downforce on the unit. To ammend this I welded up a heavy duty bracket that bolts to the tractor's sleeve hitch and installed the elec. actuator off of my Agri-Fab 48" snow blower with the switch mounted by the steering wheel. This lets you raise and lower the scraper at will and gives you plenty of downforce.........now it really works very good with no strain on your arm and shoulder, I highly recommed this modification. I also drilled and installed a hitch pin on both sides of the scarifier bar to hold it more securly in place. I have really given this little guy a workout cleaning out my barn and with the tilt option grading gravel back onto my 800' driveway. So far money very well spent..........
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really like my box scraper, it does what it is suppose to do it picks up rocks real well and it... I really like my box scraper, it does what it is suppose to do it picks up rocks real well and it can be used as blade. I have had it for about two months, and yes it does meet my expectations. Thank You Very Much; Wolfe 2462
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unable to use Unfortunate after putting this together I learned you can't get a sleeve hitch for my tractor. It is fairly simple to assemble.
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Box scraper does what it is suppose to do- Scrape dirt! I live off grid and have several miles of road to maintain. The roads are hard dirt and sandy soil. During the winter I get deep ruts and lots of pot holes. This box scraper pulled bebind my Craftsman Garden Tractor cut it down and smooths it out with no problems. It takes several passes to het the deep ruts out, but hey this is not a 6 foot box scraper. It does what it does with out a problem. Great little box scraper. The only thing I would change is the weight box. It needs to be built higher of the ground. Going through dips it drags and leaves grooves. But that isn't any big deal. I would get another one in a heart beat. Easy to put together and adjust. make sure you do adjust it per instruction!
Date published: 2012-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product The only complaint I had with the product was 2 nuts were missing; they need to take a queue from the Chinese manufactures and put the nuts and bolts in a cardboard backed bubble pack with the bolts clearly marked. But the quality is great, I pulled this with my Craftsman yard tractor (not garden tractor) without a hitch they tell you not to use a lawn or yard tractor, but, I put wheels bought at the local Home Depot drilled holes on both ends a few nuts and bolts and I've got a box scraper attached to a standard garden tractor. The product is made of heavy steel; Brinly makes some of the best lawn tractor accessories.
Date published: 2012-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from built tough i pull this scraper with a YARD TRACTOR AND NO SLEEVE HITCH. yeah, just what they say not to do. it works just fine. the 24hp twin cyl. tractor has plenty of power and the tranny is not overworked. people, don't worry about doing this. i'm making a path around our three acres and the scraper is doing just fine through hard packed soil. working beautifully.
Date published: 2011-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from First of all, this is not heavy equipment, so do not expect heavy-equipment results. It is light-... First of all, this is not heavy equipment, so do not expect heavy-equipment results. It is light-duty and requires multiple passes, whatever you're using it for. That said, it's easier than doing the job manually, and better than not doing the job at all. I have owned this for two seasons, after lots of experimentation and some modification, it now works OK for what I need, which is leveling chert and gravel on my driveway every now and then. I have also used it without the side plates and crossbar, to push material, and it works pretty well for that. The long lever lets you reach down and angle the blade in either direction, without having to get out of your seat. It's not really strong enough to "grade" with blade alone, by pulling it. When you're pulling, it really needs the support of the side plates and crossbar. Which leads me to the problems. Out of the box, I had two problems: one with the side plates, and the other with the weight bracket. Even though the side plates are pretty heavy-gauge (as is the whole thing), they bend and spread if there's any kind of load on them at all. This causes the toothed cross-bar between the plates to fall out, because it is only fastened on one side and resting in a slot on the other. So I pounded the side plates flat again and drilled a hole in the other end of the bar. Then I inserted another retaining pin (available in the "specialty fastener" drawers in the hardware aisle). Now, as long as the cross-bar is in place (either teeth up, or teeth down) it keeps the side plates from spreading and deforming. The weight bracket itself is OK, but it's designed to hold a cinder block, which is not really practical. If you hit a rock or the blade takes a bounce for whatever reason, a cinder block breaks apart. So I found a couple of large rocks on my property and bungee'd them to the bracket. Now it works fine. Some old barbell weights or other heavy iron would also do the trick. And one more tip: either periodically tighten all the nuts and bolts, or put a drop of Locktite or glue on them when you assemble it—or stock up on spares. The vibrations from ordinary, regular use tend to work the nuts loose. If you're not lucky enough to see it happen, or find the hardware that's dropped off, you'll be going back to the hardware aisle for replacement nuts, bolts, and washers before you can finish your job. I prefer Locktite, because it permits disassembly. If you want to use the blade without side plates (to push material or grade), you'll need to remove those nuts and bolts. I feel like two stars is kind of harsh, because I use it all the time now, which is why I'm still recommending it. But I had to do a lot of trial-and-error "figuring" and work to get it to this point, when it really should be ready to go after assembly. 1) It would be a simple thing for Brinly-Hardy to add a second retaining pin to the other end of the cross-bar. 2) The weight bracket easily could be modified to accommodate common iron barbell weights (a vertical rod where the current long retaining bolt for the block is) or redesigned in some other way. 3) A small "ketchup pack" of thread-lock would also be a nice addition. Those three simple fixes would get this up to five stars-plus, right now. So, how 'bout it, guys? And...you're welcome.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 38" Box Scraper I pondered getting a DR. Power Grader for over a year but could not pull the trigger for over $1000. I am glad I didn't this $200 was well spent. I use the scraper on my 1400 foot gravel driveway and it works great as long as you keep enough weight on the back. I learned this the hard way by bending the tie down bolt beyond recognition. It pretty heavy at 75lbs and only needing it 2 to 3 times a year doesn't make it a burden. If your considering the DR. keep your $800 and give this a try!
Date published: 2010-08-21
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