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    John Deere Broom in action

    Forgot I had this video.. This is at one of my mowing contracts.. Spring of 2014.. Short and very professional video.

    http://vid270.photobucket.com/albums...psghl78cks.mp4

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    What are you actually doing with that? I'm not sure what the goal is there, but it looks fun.
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    Dethatching?? Getting winter gravel off the grass??

    I think I want a front broom....

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    If that thing removes gravel while leaving the grass intact, I need one after what the snow blower did this winter. Of course, it'd probably just throw the gravel clean over the driveway to the grass on the other side
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    Dethatching?? Getting winter gravel off the grass??

    I think I want a front broom....

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    Relocating gravel back to drive after winter snow removal.

    Quote Originally Posted by williaty View Post
    If that thing removes gravel while leaving the grass intact, I need one after what the snow blower did this winter. Of course, it'd probably just throw the gravel clean over the driveway to the grass on the other side
    I'll video some more this week. It does work slick.. The older 51 brooms don't throw the rocks but more like windrow them. The 52 brooms throw them.. Takes some practice and throttle control and angling to keep them in narrow drives.
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    Thanks for posting this. I've been thinking about a broom for just this purpose.

    You've answered that question.

    I'm thinking about a 3PT broom though.
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    Nice.
    I would of thought it would rip the grass out as well.
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    Don't for get, it takes care of snow as well.
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    I have been thinking about the broom for the last couple of months too. I just wish that it was made for the H120 loader instead of having to remove parts of the autoconnect to hook it up. Poor design from the engineers on that one. I have seen where there is a mod, but not sure I fully understand how it works. I have been researching using a Hydraulic driven broom, even if I had to add an extra pump off the 3pt it would provide the power and flexibility I want.

    My interest is mid removal from driveway and also a fter mowing cleanup.
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    Nice video! There are a couple of guys around here that do the same to clean off their lawns in the spring. Does the broom use the same front quick hitch as the snow blower / blade?
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