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HN-BRIL006 Brinly

Brinly Tow-Behind Dethatcher

Item # HN-BRIL006
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Brinly Tow-Behind Dethatcher

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40L x 40W x 33H in., 38L x 48W x 12H in.
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  • Made of high-quality steel in black
  • Comes with 2 rows of 10 flexing tines
  • Drawbar features different mounting positions
  • Wheels provide easy transportation
  • Available in a variety of sizes
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3 Questions About This Product
Q: "Do you carry a width narrower than 40" in your dethatcher line?"
A: I'm sorry to report at this time this is the only tow-behind dethatcher that we carry.
Q: "I need 2 replacement spring steel flexing tines. Where can I purchase them?"
A: Replacement parts can be purchased directly from Brinly, which is the manufacturer for this aerator. You can contact them at
Q: "Does this dethatcher have a raise and lower system?"
A: The wheels on this dethatcher will provide easy transportation. The wheels are also adjustable to 3 operating modes (Dethatch, Scarify, and Transport) using the handle to deliver the right height for the job required with the 40" size option. The operating height of the 48" size will adjust by moving the wheels in 1/4" increments.
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