If you're one of the countless millions who has a long driveway, you know the frustration of maintaining your gravel. From filling pot holes to just keeping the gravel out of your yard, the maintenance seems never ending. Most people who are lucky enough to have own a tractor have been taught to use a rear boxscraper to level out and spread their gravel. While this tool can work in these situations, its a little using a small paintbrush to brush your teeth. It can work but you're not going to get the best results. Clearly a tooth brush is the right tool for that job and a grader scraper is the right tool for your driveway.
With two angled blades, the grader scraper actually pull gravel from the edge of your driveway back into the middle with even distribution. As the gravel rolls over the blades it neatly folds back into any pot holes or bumps you may have. To help show this action we've created a video. We used a grader scraper on Humphreys' Outdoor Power owner, Brian Humphreys' quarter mile driveway after one of the worst winters Indiana has ever seen. The results were amazing, in two quick passes his driveway looked renewed, and he didnt even add any rock. Check out the video below and then check out some of our other Land Pride Grader Scraper resources. You might also note that Brian is using the Land Pride Quick Attach unit. Click here to see how easy it is to attach the grader scraper with this unit. For more information on the Kubota Tractor Brian was using check out our L3560 HST page.