Tractorless Arena Drag

 

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Finally, a precision, quality arena drag that doesn’t need a tractor to pull it!   Enter the new Platz-Max Roll Footing drag for small Equestrian facilities.   The Roll makes it easy and fun to maintain a beautiful riding arena.   Use your Gator, ATV, CAR or even a mule!!     And, The Roll comes with all the same features as tractor models, including  Hydraulics to change of depth – with the press of a button.  Like with all the Platz-Max models, no shifting of arena footings in the turns and corners is guaranteed.
 
 

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red_1 Hooking up the arena drag to the gator is absolutely effortless – Hydraulic change of depth with the press of a

button or with the handpump assures perfect dragging  and leveling of the arena footing.
 
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 The coil tines are arranged in two staggered rows. They fill in hoof imprints and blend sand additives, e.g. rubber footing, geo-textile footings and fibar footings.
 
red_3 The swinging leveling blade is located behind the tines which evens out any uneven ground surface. The lattice roller blends and slightly presses the footing into perfect compaction.

 

Call Footing Solutions USA  for more info – 1-800-532-0131   info@footingsolutionsusa.com

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 Finally, a precision, quality arena drag that doesn’t need a tractor to pull it!   Enter the new Platz-Max Roll Footing drag for small Equestrian facilities.   The Roll makes it easy and fun to maintain a beautiful riding arena.   Use your Gator, ATV, CAR or even a mule!!     And, The Roll comes with all the same features as tractor models, including  Hydraulics to change of depth – with the press of a button.  Like with all the Platz-Max models, no shifting of arena footings in the turns and corners is guaranteed.   Hooking up the arena drag to the gator is absolutely effortless – Hydraulic change of depth with the press of abutton or with the handpump assures perfect dragging  and leveling of the arena footing.  The coil tines are arranged in two staggered rows. They fill in hoof imprints and blend sand additives, e.g. rubber footing, geo-textile footings and fibar footings.  The swinging leveling blade is located behind the tines which evens out any uneven ground surface. The lattice roller blends and slightly presses the footing int...