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7' 2" Standard Drag Harrow
Standard Drag Harrow
Pictured: 8' 0" Standard Drawbar Harrow


 
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American Steel. American Labor. American Quality.
List Price $665.00


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The Wingfield Standard Drag Harrow model is a step up from our EconoDrag model. This unit is 7' 2" wide and 5' 0" in length. It is ideal for pulling behind an ATV, UTV, or small tractor. Use the drag harrow to maintain a horse arena, groom a driveway, break up manure in a pasture, prepare a seedbed for a food plot, interseed, incorporate chemical/fertilizer, and much more!

You can pull the drag harrow in the aggressive mode, less aggressive mode, upside down, or a combination between the front and rear sections - so you can work up and smooth out all in one pass. The chain and clevis is fully-adjustable across the drawbar to prevent the chain from hitting the pulling vehicles tires when making tight turns. Made in USA.

NOTE: Try to order a harrow at least a little wider than your wheel base - to cover your tracks while turning and to keep your pulling vehicle clear when getting close to trees/fences. Anything wider just covers more ground per pass.

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Features
  • A 1/2" high-carbon, drawn spring steel tine that is computer bent for consistent wear and performance
  • Can be pulled in the aggressive mode, less aggressive mode, upside down, or a combination between the front and rear sections
  • Fully adjustable chain and clevis keeps pull chain out of tires during tight turns
  • Rings in lieu of old-style hooks prevent binding and unhooking during use
  • Easily pulled with an ATV/UTV or small tractor
  • Made in the USA

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