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Blackjackjakexxix
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Picked this up yesterday,made by Brinly in the 60's,I got lucky and found a new brochure in my Bolens Dealership manual,called a Brinly Compactor-Rake,came with either a bagger or hopper,has tines for leaf pick up and light thatching,sold for $399.00 new,if someone has one with nice decals please let me know,thinking about repainting it,can't wait to try it,you don't see many of h

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Cool attachment. You will have to let us know how it works and is this the one that was for sale on CL down in Sewickley.
 

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VERY interesting attachment! Nice score on that :thumbs:

Looks to be pretty narrow though.

Bet it would work good if it was on an offset hitch, and towed behind my Whirly Rake picking up the windrow. :D :D :D

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Well I'll be danged! There's an Owners Manual for that rascal in our down loads!

http://gardentractortalk.com/forums/files/file/3852-brinly-compactor-rake-operators-manual/

And other literature as well:

http://gardentractortalk.com/forums/files/file/3593-brinly-compactor-rake-sales-flyer-and-price-list-1976/

http://gardentractortalk.com/forums/files/file/3853-brinly-dump-hopper-attachment/
 

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Just way too cool, Rick! Looks like it would fit well behind a tube frame.
 
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