The unique design of the Agri-Fab Tow Lawn Sweeper, allows greater traction for the sweeper wheels and improves performance. Pick up lawn debris, such as grass clippings, leaves and small twigs, to save wear and tear on the back and legs. Whether you are cleaning up your lawn after a wicked Midwest winter or a summer storm, the Agri-Fab Tow Lawn Sweeper is the next best thing to having a hired hand.
Unique design provides more traction on the sweeper wheels for greater debris pickup
Stamped steel housing provides durability to withstand season after season of use
Makes quick work of just about any pickup task
Does a thorough efficient job the first time around
Infinite height adjust
Diameter: 10" brush Tire Size: 11" x 2.5" Weight: 63 lb Width: 42" Bag Capacity: 12 cu. ft. Brush Quantity: 4
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Best Answer:yes, on the right side of the equipment- theres a handle that you loosen to raise or lower the brushes/wheels. Be careful on buying this unit- I used it one day picking up leaves and the tires broke.
Best Answer:From what I have seen, it ll pick up most anything that is on the lawn. Remember the height of the sweeper ''blades" makes a difference on what gets picked up. Also, the size and shape of the 'twigs' will determine if it gets picked up or wedged in the sweeper blades. It will not pick up small limbs and they may cause damage to pick up mechanism; hope this helps. I like mine...
If you have lots of twigs/limbs, you may need a chipper/vacuum.
Yes it can pick up tiny twigs, depending on the height clearance you set the sweeper. Larger branches can jam the brushes. You may need to stop clear the jam and adjust the clearance height. I mostly use this in the spring and fall and have been happy with it's performance. I have 10+ corkscrew willows on my property that drop a lot of branches & twigs. I pick up the big ones, and sweep the smaller ones
It does tiny twigs so long as they are not too big. Basically the gathering mechanism is a rotating cylinder with four rows of 4" long bristles that "sweep" material into the bag. If the twigs are large, it could jam up the sweeping mechanism. This would likely not damage the sweeper, but the operator would have to stop and clear the jam before continuing.
Best Answer:I'verona only used it once and had mixed results. Picked up Most after multiple tries. Did not adjust brush height to optimize pickup. My take is with proper brush height and speed it should do the job on pine cones.
Yes, that's why I purchased mine. Works good for that but only on flat surfaces. If their in a valley it can't get them. Also my mower will crush and push the cones deeply into the grass and those will be missed also.
I do not know, I do not have any pine trees, but I would think so. It did a fantastic job of picking up everything else. You may need to adjust the height setting, up higher, so they do not bind up the sweep.
Who knows. I can tell you it works good. I'll mulch up like 10" of leaves with my mower and then buzz around the yard with this thing to pick it all up. More importantly, it picks up acorns which is the main reason I wanted it. Sometimes it takes multiple passes but it beats raking!!
I have a 42" Agri-Fab Lawn Sweeper. Really like most of the features. The rope and dump just dumps the load on the top of the sweeper and then pulls it through and spreads it on the ground. That is no real help because I then have to rake it all up and pile it. There has to be an easier way of doing this???? Don
Best Answer:This seems really odd. I do not have this trouble at all. I would verify that the rope is attached at the correct place and that the bag hindges from the correct place. It should hinge far enough back that the top edge of the bag will come down at the back edge of the sweeper. I sometimes get just a bit of grass on the top edge but not enough to be a problem. Just to make sure you know, when the bag dumps the sweeper part and wheels should not move at all.
I usually don't pull rope all the way toward me. I pull it slowly about 1/2 way and let the leaves fall out behind the sweeper in a pile. Then move forward and rake the leaves on top of the tarp and drag the leaves into the woods. I have seen people make a wooden ramp the span from wheel to wheel they drive onto, dump the load (like I mentioned earlier) and drive off the ramp to get another load.
First I bought the agri-rake then the lawn sweeper. I was frustrated with both because they would plug and it took forever to clean the leaves up. Last year I bought the pull behind lawn vacuum and that was the best money I ever spent.
How is it for storing? Is the canvas bin easy to remove & store for the winter as I wouldn't worry too much about the rest of it?
A shopper on Jul 7, 2014
Best Answer:The bin is very easy to remove from the rest of it as it is essentially just a couple of cotter pins to remove. However it does not fold down flat without some disassembly of the poles that make it rigid for operation.
Best Answer:Set of wrenches, or sockets. Pain in the behind to assemble; took me with average skill couple hours. instructions are all pictures-no written instruction. One of my sweeps brooms has already broke. works ok but not great; but better than raking.
Best Answer:Smaller sized, not the huge ones. It will also pick up small branches as well. If you have a Willow Tree be careful as the thin branches will get wrapped up in the brushes - kind of like twine in a vacuum.
My only negative about this is that the assembly is not that easy, be patient and definitely have someone to assist who you love and can abuse verbally and can make amends with afterwards, it can be frustrating.
Our neighbor has pine trees and we do get some cones and needles in our yard. The sweeper picks them us with no trouble. I agree that you have to watch for thin branches that get caught in the brushes.
We had a smaller version that we loved. Assembled the 42" per the terrible instructions and bag sits high at the back. Any ideas how to adjust it?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2015
Best Answer:I had the same issue. If I remember correctly my bag was a little loose. I put the wrong poles on the bag and they went o. the ones that mount to sweeper. Yes the directions were horrible!!!
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