Brinly STS-42BHDK Tow-Behind Lawn Sweeper with Dethatcher
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My sincere thanks go out to you for asking the As to whether it depends, the answer is yes. Short grass) and there are small rocks present, the Brinly sweeper is able to pick them up (as it works on pavement too). If that is the case, then As a result, the brushes will tend to 'skip over' the bare spots and may not be able to get to Here's wishing you luck on your project I hope that helped!
After the chute is full, you pull a rope to lift it, so that the grass or leaves from the bottom will be emptied. To load the trash into the bags, you will have to lift it
You may need to pass it a couple of times.
Selected User Reviews For Brinly STS-42BHDK Tow-Behind Lawn Sweeper with Dethatcher
Last year we raked the entire yard with metal rakes to pull out the dead grass (thatch) that had fallen below the grass line and was preventing the yard from getting sufficient air and moisture. In the past, we have raked the lawn with the lawn tractor and then pulled the Brinly Lawn Sweeper and Dethatcher behind the lawn mower. We were able to get almost the same results as we did if we did it by hand this year! I found the Brinly to be very useful. The results are amazing, and although we're still having to rake the areas close to the trees and flower beds by hand (it's not possible to reach the edges with the dethatch/sweeper), we're pleased to see our efforts have paid off. A significant amount of land was cut down on a 5 acre lot. 3 Reasons why it took us so long an excellent job of assembling the boat and was very straightforward.
I have seen a lot of assembly papers over the past 30 years and this is the worst one I have ever seen! THE TWO OF US MESSED WITH THIS S#@** FOR OVER THREE HOURS, SO I TAKEN IT TO MY MECHANIC. A great many agree that the instructions are sour, but you have a clear idea of what I would like to use. I think we are going to proceed from here if it does not work. Customer L Brown from Dayton, Texas, is very angry with me.
This comes fully assembled with the sweeper as its main part. A big problem with the Hamper is that it is over-engineered. A grass basket is simply a container to catch It is made of plastic bottles or polymer polymer or recycled plastic bottles. In any case, I have gotten almost to the end of the procedure and one of the PART #58 (Spring Rods for hamper) In other words, until seller sends a replacement hamper, it will not be able to catch anything. It was a waste of money and I was disappointed. Not to mention that I still haven't built DETHATCHER.
Dethatchers do a great job once you get the lawn leveled out, beats raking the grass hands down. Having the ability to just sweep the floor whenever I need it is wonderful. Not mowing first filled the bin in just one 10 ft pass, would've worked better mulching first, bag already has holes in it. Only used it last fall and once this spring, and it doesn't seem to be able to stand any longer. The bag is still in good shape, but I'm wondering how long it will last.
Those models are a bit different from what I received when reviewing u tube. Make sure you follow each step exactly and keep your head down, don't skip any steps. A small hole is present in which the springs are inserted (small thin wires made of stainless steel). There is a chance you may have assembled the bottom of the hopper with two nuts on the bottom corners in that case, you will need to disassemble that so that the thin springs will be easier to install. In addition, if you ordered a combination sweeper with thatcher, you will need to install two thin wires When and where you are supposed to install them should be specified in the instructions. Their first step is to- After you bend or curl the blades on the ends, you need to insert them between the tines (horizontal). Basically, these wires give you extra safety in case one of your tines breaks off.
This is a regular use to maintain the ground on this 2 acre flat property bordered by 12 mature southern pine trees. A sweeper is the best, and a dethacher is also great. As a whole. There are a few minor shortcomings to this product, but it is still worth buying. Excellent product! I am very happy with it.
In any case, the unit did arrive with some bent parts, but if you reassemble it carefully, the unit will come back to life I could bend them just fine with the instructions. The instructions are not bad, but neither of them are great. As a result of it not being rushed, and taking a few breaks, I easily completed an assembly in an afternoon I've worked with tools and projects in the past. I really like this! Make sure you adjust the drag height of the tines depending on the It's worth it.
There is a problem with the bar holding the catchment system, the bolts are not staying tight, and they In spite of that,,,,It works perfectly at digging hickory nuts and acorns from the soil as well as picking up sticks, pine cones, leaves, grass clippings, etc.