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Over time, lawns accumulate a layer of old grass clippings, dead roots and other small debris, but the patented Brinly Dethatcher combs thatch and clippings onto the surface where they're easily bagged or re-mulched. This 48-inch dethatcher features 24 independently flexing dual tine tips for maximum thatch pick up as well as oil tempered spring tines with triple coil strength for durability.
Brinly Hardy's heavy duty 850 lb. capacity, 17 cu. ft. utility cart is ideal for larger outdoor projects. Perfect for attaching to riding lawn mowers and lawn tractors, Brinly carts carry tools, plants, soil and stone pavers saving time and your back. Brinly carts feature durable galvanized steel frames and heavy duty compression moulded polyethylene beds that won't rust or dent. Unique moulded-in features such as bed channels and stake slots allow for the addition of dividers and extensions. A steep 45° tailgate angle and steel release handle mechanism make emptying a breeze.
Designed to be compatible with the RYOBI Electric Riding Mower, the Brinly Front-Mount Dethatcher is the ultimate tool for serious lawn care and clean-up. With its front-mounted design, you'll work smarter not harder. The double rows of steel tines mean maximum thatch pick-up, while the floating pivot and single front wheel ensure easy maneuverability. Further cut down on project time by adding a bagger to collect thatch in just 1 pass across the yard. Ideal for residential lawns, the 38 inch W of the durable powder-coated frame is the perfect size for maneuvering through gates and tight spaces with precision. The mounting kit comes included and requires a quick 1-time install. When you're ready to remove the Brinly Front-Mount Dethatcher from your RYOBI Mower, it's an easy job with no tools required.
Fits John Deere Z515E 54-in ZTrak mowers. Complete material collection system - add Power Flow Chute (BM21681), Twin Bagger (BUC11059), Attachment Bar/Hitch (BUC10851). Hinged for simple installation and swings out for easy clean out. Fan runs in a clockwise direction to efficiently move material up the chute.