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Now with spring here, the wifey and I have been doing some landscaping. Have a good friend that does tree work and helped us grade the land in front of our house by spreading fill/dirt. Was able to get free fill off of craigslist delivered but it contained some rock so needed to rake it out. My neighbor has this cool attachment that works very well. Here's some photos shot during this past week 😋

 

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Looks great.  Was that just a standard ball and hitch connection ? 1-7/8” 

I like the stone henge rocks along the opposite side of that roadway.  

 

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Looks great. How was pulling it along. Did the front end seem loose?

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52 minutes ago, Frank Angerano said:

Looks great.  Was that just a standard ball and hitch connection ? 1-7/8” 

I like the stone henge rocks along the opposite side of that roadway.  

 

No it’s a pin. I had to take my ball off. It’s my neighbor’s rake. The house with the Stonehenge rocks. The rocks were blasted from the dead end and the developer put them there. We have so much rock and ledge here that we pinned our addition foundation in some parts to ledge. We have the oldest original house on the dead end we bought 12 or so years ago and this last year we put up the addition, so been working on that and doing what I can on my own. In a few weeks I’m going to tackle and try to build a small retaining wall, walkway, flower beds, etc for the front of our house with unilock. We are also still doing interior finishing work.

49 minutes ago, 06kfx440 said:

Looks great. How was pulling it along. Did the front end seem loose?

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Not hard at all but it has different levels, so if you have it digging deep it’ll pull up rock but will get harder to pull. It also angles like a plow which is convenient. The fill came with so much rock and every time I went over it to grade it more was exposed. I was surprised at how well this rake did and very happy with the results. I seeded the dirt and we put hay on it so hopefully in a few weeks we’ll have grass.

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