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DR® ATV Cultivator

Ordering Parts

The best way to order parts is to use our online parts ordering tool at the below link. But, if you have any questions or are unable to locate the part you are looking for, give us a call at 1-800-687-6575 and we'll be glad to help you out.

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Owner's Manuals

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Cultivator (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Cultivator

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Cultivator. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Cultivator Use and Care

Do not modify the cultivator in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the equipment. There are specific applications for which the cultivator was designed.

Always check of damaged or worn out parts before using the cultivator. Broken parts will affect the cultivator operation. Replace or repair damaged or worn parts immediately.

Do not exceed the cultivator load capacity.

Distribute the load evenly. Uneven loads may cause the cultivator to tip, resulting in personal injury to the operator or others.

Use the cultivator on flat and level surfaces capable of supporting the cultivator and its maximum load. Pulling or pushing a load on a slanted or uneven surface can result in loss of control.

Store idle cultivator. When the cultivator is not in use, store it in a secure place out of the reach of children. Inspect it for good working condition prior to storage and before re-use.

DR® ATV Single Gang Disc Harrow

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Owner's Manuals

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Single Gang Disc Harrow (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Single Gang Disc Harrow

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Single Gang Disc Harrow. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Single Gang Disc Harrow Use and Care

Do not modify the disc in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the equipment. There are specific applications for which the disc was designed.

Always check of damaged or worn out parts before using the disc. Broken parts will affect the disc operation. Replace or repair damaged or worn parts immediately.

Do not exceed the disc load capacity.

Distribute the load evenly. Uneven loads may cause the disc to tip, resulting in personal injury to the operator or others.

Use the disc on flat and level surfaces capable of supporting the disc and its maximum load. Pulling or pushing a load on a slanted or uneven surface can result in loss of control.

Store idle disc. When the disc is not in use, store it in a secure place out of the reach of children. Inspect it for good working condition prior to storage and before re-use.

DR® ATV Disc Harrow

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The best way to order parts is to use our online parts ordering tool at the below link. But, if you have any questions or are unable to locate the part you are looking for, give us a call at 1-800-687-6575 and we'll be glad to help you out.

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Owner's Manuals

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Disc Harrow (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Disc Harrow

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Disc Harrow. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Disc Harrow Use and Care

Do not modify the disc in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the equipment. There are specific applications for which the disc was designed.

Always check of damaged or worn out parts before using the disc. Broken parts will affect the disc operation. Replace or repair damaged or worn parts immediately.

Do not exceed the disc load capacity.

Distribute the load evenly. Uneven loads may cause the disc to tip, resulting in personal injury to the operator or others.

Use the disc on flat and level surfaces capable of supporting the disc and its maximum load. Pulling or pushing a load on a slanted or uneven surface can result in loss of control.

Store idle disc. When the disc is not in use, store it in a secure place out of the reach of children. Inspect it for good working condition prior to storage and before re-use.

DR® ATV Drag Harrow

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Owner's Manuals

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Drag Harrow (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Drag Harrow

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Drag Harrow. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Drag Harrow Operation

Operating Parameters

The DR Drag Harrow can be used with a Garden Tractor/Lawn Tractor, ATV, UTV, or Utility Tractor that is equipped with a Ball Hitch. NEVER operate the DR DRAG HARROW with a Car or Truck (2WD or 4WD). Use of these vehicles can be hazardous and will void the DR DRAG HARROW Warranty.

Operating Positions

The Drag Harrow can operate in two positions. When the Drag Harrow is towed with the Tines facing forward and down, it will work to penetrate the ground to aerate the soil, remove weeds and prepare seedbeds. When towed in the opposite direction, the Drag Harrow will perform as a drag mat; coverings seeds, smoothing ground etc. To change tow directions, detach the Tow Bar from the Front Connecting Hooks and reattach it on the opposite end of the Drag Harrow using the Rear Connecting Hooks (Figure A).

DR® ATV Landscape Rake

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Owner's Manuals

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Landscape Rake (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Landscape Rake

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Landscape Rake. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Landscape Rake Operation

Operating Parameters

The DR Landscape Rake can be used with a Garden Tractor/Lawn Tractor, ATV, UTV, or Utility Tractor. NEVER operate the DR LANDSCAPE RAKE with a Car or Truck (2WD or 4WD). Use of these vehicles can be hazardous and will void the DR LANDSCAPE RAKE Warranty.

Transport Position

The Landscape Rake is in the Transport position when the weight of the machine is supported by the wheels and the tines are lifted from the ground. This allows the Landscape Rake to be transported to and from the working area without the Tines touching the ground. To position the Landscape Rake in the transport position, pull forward on the Nylon Rope/Lift Handle (Figure 9). To lock the machine in the Transport Position, pull forward on the Lift Handle and Insert the Hitch Pin and Retaining Pin into the Lift Handle Support.

Operating Position

The Landscape Rake is in the operating position when the wheels are lifted and the Tines are on the ground. This allows the tines to scrape, grade, and resurface the soil when towed behind a tow vehicle. To position the Landscape Rake in the operating position, pull forward on the Lift Handle and remove the Hitch Pin and Retaining pin, then slowly release the Lift Handle so that the tines are lowered to the ground (Figure B).

Adjusting the Height

Adjust the Height of the Transport/Operating Positions by turning the Height Adjust Link (Figure B).

Adjusting the Rake Angle

While Locked in the Transport Position, Remove the Hitch Pin and Retaining Pin that Locks the Tine Assembly to the Frame (Figure C). Rotate the Tine Assembly to the desired angle and replace the Hitch Pin and Retaining Pin.

DR® ATV Cultipacker

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Owner's Manuals

If you have any questions or are unsure of your model, please contact one of our experienced Technical Support Specialists via phone or email.

Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® ATV Cultipacker (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Cultipacker

warning Warning:

Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® ATV Cultipacker. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Cultipacker Operation

Operating Parameters

The DR Cultipacker can be used with a Garden Tractor/Lawn Tractor, ATV, UTV, or Utility Tractor. NEVER operate the DR CULTIPACKER with a Car or Truck (2WD or 4WD). Use of these vehicles can be hazardous and will void the DR CULTIPACKER Warranty.

Operating Position

The Cultipacker is in the operating position when the cast iron packer wheels are lower than the transport wheels (Figure D). This allows the Cultipacker to pulverize soil clumps and create moisture retaining dimples. To position the Cultipacker in the operating position, rotate the tongue and frame bar so that the cast iron packer wheels rest on the ground.

Transport Position

The Cultipacker is in the Transport position when the cast iron packer wheels are higher than the transport wheels (Figure E). This allows the Cultipacker to be transported without the packer wheels touching the ground. To position the Cultipacker in the transport position, rotate the tongue and frame bar so that the transport wheels rest on the ground and the packer wheels are lifted.

DR® DR Receiver Spreader

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Please Note: Parts Lists and Schematics are located in the back of the Owner's Manual.

DR® Receiver Spreader (April 2017 - Present) Owner's Manual

Safety Information

Important safety information regarding your DR® ATV Receiver Spreader

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Read the Safety & Operating Instructions in the manual before you use the DR® Receiver Spreader. Become familiar with the operation and service recommendations to ensure the best performance. (Our most recent manuals are available as a PDF download.)

Receiver Spreader Operation

Spreader Rate

Settings for this product need to be determined by the user since factors such as coarseness and density of "material used" affect the spread rates. Follow the steps below and see the Spreader Rate Worksheet (Figure F) to calculate approximate spread rates.

Spreader Rate Steps

  1. Determine how much material to apply per 1,000 sq. ft.
  2. Measure off a distance of 50ft, preferably on a paved area (ie: parking lot)
  3. Weigh out enough material from bag to fill hopper half full (recommend at least half full hopper) Record the weight for later.
  4. Set the stop at position with opening of hopper at position you feel appropriate.
  5. Now with hopper half full, bring vehicle to desired speed before start line of your 50 ft test area. When you arrive at start line, turn on spreader, then off at finish line.
  6. Stop the vehicle and note the width of spread path from your test run.
  7. Repeat if necessary; Then empty remaining material from hopper back to your weighing device and record new weight.
  8. Be sure to record your results, see the guide below (Figure F).

Please Note: Settings and guidelines furnished on the above Rate Worksheet are intended as a guide only. Variations in materials applied, ground roughness, speed of operator, may affect rate. There is no warranty as to the rate of coverage derived from above guidelines.

Warranty

DR® ATV Attachments 2-Year Limited Warranty - Terms and Conditions

The DR® ATV ATTACHMENTS is warranted for two (2) years against defects in materials or workmanship when put to ordinary and normal consumer use; ninety (90) days for any other use.

For the purposes of all the above warranties, ?ordinary and normal consumer use? refers to non-commercial residential use and does not include misuse, accidents or damage due to inadequate maintenance.

DR Power Equipment certifies that DR® ATV ATTACHMENTS are fit for ordinary purposes for which products of this type are used. DR® Power Equipment however, limits the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness in duration to a period of two (2) years in consumer use, ninety (90) days for any other use.

The 2-Year Limited Warranty on DR® ATV ATTACHMENTS starts on the date the machine ships from our factory. The 2-Year Limited Warranty is applicable only to the original owner.

The warranty holder is responsible for the performance of the required maintenance as defined by the manufacturer's owner's manuals. The warranty holder is responsible for replacement of normally wearing parts such as Wheels, and Pneumatic Tires. Accessories to the machine are not covered by this warranty.

During the warranty period, the warranty holder is responsible for the machine transportation charges, if required. During the warranty period, warranty parts will be shipped by standard method at no charge to the warranty holder. Expedited shipping of warranty parts is the responsibility of the warranty holder.

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON THE LENGTH OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

DR® Power Equipment shall not be liable under any circumstances for any incidental or consequential damages or expenses of any kind, including, but not limited to, cost of equipment rentals, loss of profit, or cost of hiring services to perform tasks normally performed by the DR® ATV ATTACHMENTS.

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

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