ATV Nova Scotia: Not bad video I enjoyed it and share your video with my ATV friends. We came to YouTube to try help and educate our communities here about ATVing and that is really cool to drive and fun in deep woods. Have goo...
Jason Dorney: Great job Man. I built one using 2 1/2" square tube for the runners and cross members, and 3 1/2" square for the center w/ an angle iron blade. ( I had all the material ) Works great! Thanks for the idea.
Fernando Beltza: Nice!
akibaforyou: HELL YEAH
Roger Smallwood: nice job thanks for the video
dynocompe: driving way too fast on the quad after unhooking, slow down!
whiteflag: I think that's impressive
Justin Huebert: Let's just hope you got no power lines going under there. That's so hard on the ground :(
Jim Marcum: can I borrow that and your four wheeler for a couple hours.
D eez: Does a decent job but can be improved. Rig still bounces. If you lift it, you got to pack it, to make it stay flat. But you CAN"T rip up the loose dirt and rocks, level the loose material, and pack it down on the same platform BECAUSE ripping off hills to make loose material makes your whole rig bounce. Ripping off washboard hills or high rocks must be separate from leveling and packing.
heartland96a: perhaps if you added some adjustable height spikes to the front cross member you add to the loosening effect , I agree that your unit does work as is and you have the ability to move material in both directions that's a plus.
SoScaleCustomsRc (PEGCITYRACER): makes me wish I still had a drive way lol
snocrushr: Thanks for stopping by.
snocrushr: Thanks for watchin'
Chip Wright: Wow, that works great. I was thinking of making something like that. I have enough free steel to do it too. I love simple designs and solutions. Many great ideas here on youtube! Thanks.
specialks1953: Simple and very effective.
Timelapse My GoPro: Awesome. Now I need land, quad, and gravel roads... lol
sashaisme: This is strangely satisfying to watch. I was just lookin' for ideas on leveling out my backyard and found my way here.
BrokenRRT: A section of Chain-link fence after the blade will smooth out any ruts made by larger rocks or the rails. I have 5 acres of sandy rocky land in northern AZ that I drag with a similar idea as this. The chain-link really improved my results. Great video... nice job!