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36" lawn roller for Allis-Chalmers lawn and garden tractors

Allis-Chalmers lawn roller is valuable and useful in caring for both new and established lawns.  It firms new seedbeds, promotes vigorous seed germination and growth. It restores root contact with the soil in established lawns after freezing and thawing. And a roller helps smooth out rough spots, leaving a level, eye-pleasing lawn. When completely filled with water, the roller weighs 370 lbs.
A spring-loaded scraper blade keeps roller clean. Heavy 12-gauge steel construction means extra durability and strength. Two large diameter pipe plugs provide fast, easy filling and draining. Roller is 36" wide by 18" diameter and attaches easily with just one pin.


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Width of roller

36"

Diameter of roller

18"

Length of scraper

40-5/8"

Capacity, water

40.2 gal.

Operating weight

431 lbs.

Type of hitch

Pin type

Overall length

51 "

Overall height

l8"

Overall width

44"

Shipping weight

97 lbs.

FROM THE TRACTOR PEOPLE WHO MAKE THE BIG ONES

ALLIS-CHALMERS

Source:  Allis-Chalmers specification sheet, OPE-1025, Mar 67, courtesy of Del Allen


 

 

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