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 03-04-2000, 00:00 Post: 13462
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Here's something for all you guys who have to re-blade the driveway 'cause the wife had the nerve to drive across it and make tracks in your handywork. SmileI actually owned one of these machines and they are great for gravel road reconditioning. They really do recycle the material and leave the good stuff on top. Check out the link below.


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 03-04-2000, 00:00 Post: 13468
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OK, I'll try the link one more time because I'm sure it was something I did rather than a problem with the website.






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 05-04-2009, 19:24 Post: 162527
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I own a Model 700Adj Dura-Grader. I almost bought a roadboss grader but I lucked up and found the company that invented these types of graders. The one I purchased is patented and road boss can't sell them. The dura-grader unit is adjustable and takes the place of at least five road boss graders at a lot more reasonable price. The cutting edge assemblies can be adjusted from an angled position for crowning to a straight position for leveling and spreading material without moving it to one side of the unit. www.dura-grader.com is the website. one more thing they gave me a 90 day satisfactory guarantee and a 12 month warranty.






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 05-04-2009, 20:30 Post: 162528
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So, Graderman, do you have any financial interest in the sale of Dura-Grader products? It's hard to tell for sure but your posts sound like you're pushing the product. Hmmm.






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 05-05-2009, 07:22 Post: 162541
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Sounds pretty "Spamish" to me.






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 05-05-2009, 08:52 Post: 162542
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I checked the area code of the site and it looks like Grader Man and the manufacturer may be one and the same.

Anyhow if you are please, come out of the closet, and join in honest conversation. Looks like you have an interesting product. Your competitor "RoadBoss" who listed this post 9 years ago is now a roadboss.org. ".org" what are they a charity now So Sad

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 05-05-2009, 15:06 Post: 162548
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The one I purchased is patented and road boss can't sell them. The dura-grader unit is adjustable and takes the place of at least five road boss graders at a lot more reasonable price. The cutting edge assemblies can be adjusted from an angled position for crowning to a straight position for leveling and spreading material without moving it to one side of the unit. www.dura-grader.com is the website. one more thing they gave me a 90 day satisfactory guarantee and a 12 month warranty.



Yup, sure looks overly SPAM'ish to me too. Especially since he dragged up several old threads just to insert what appears to be an infomercial.

In the other thread he says he purchased it a few years back, but sure has a fine memory for detail if that's the case.

Maybe we should give the gent a few days to respond before we delete his posts though, just in case.

Best of luck.






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 05-05-2009, 21:49 Post: 162558
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".org" what are they a charity now

Gee, seeing as I've been a "non-profit" for some time now, maybe I should add that to my company name: Earthwerks Unlimited.org Laughing out loud






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".org" what are they a charity now Gee, seeing as I've been a "non-profit" for some time now, maybe I should add that to my company name: Earthwerks Unlimited.orgLaughing out loud



But, that implies you are "organized", Smile






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 05-09-2009, 15:06 Post: 162626
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No I don't have any Financial interest in that company. I was just giving my opinion. I guess I should have kept it to myself. The only reason I even give my opinion was due to what happened to a friend of mine who bought a similar
grader. He bought one from a dealer here in Alabama and it worked very well but within two months of owning it while grading his road the angles in the unit bent u shaped. he contacted the manufacturer but they told him that the only thing that was warranted was the welds, and that the unit belonged to him. Well I liked the way it performed and started searching on the net for a different name brand and I came across Road Boss. I had them bring me a unit to
demo so I could purchase it. The one they brought to me looked like it had been used a few times and my tractor could not handle it very well and it was priced very high about $400 dollars a foot. Eventually I came across the company I purchased one from and purchased it because it came with a 90 day money back guarantee and a 12 month warranty I don't care what kind or name brand grader anyone buys I just didn't want anyone to get stuck with one like my friend did.






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