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 05-12-1999, 00:00 Post: 3724
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I need to regrade my driveway (dirt & crushed stone). What would be the correct implement to use? A box scraper or a rear blade? I have never graded a driveway and need to know what to do. Thanks,Mike






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Mike, you can use either. but the Box-scrap is much stronger, and you can move material (stone) with it much easier than with a blade. Both are good implements, I just prefer the box.






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I bolted end plates on my blade and now think that I have the best of both. Either will work. Roger






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If this a one time job, I'd probably go with the back blade. You will get tons more use with it in the long run and it's cheaper. However, the box is better for this application. Lee






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