3 Point Lift with 4'x 4' Multi Action Drag Chain Harrow
Item No : 10501

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The Best solution to transport Flexible Chain Harrows using Cat-I three point hitch. Allows operator to quickly travel and back up with the harrow on surfaced roads or tracks without damaging the property.

APPLICATION - The Chain harrow is ideal for the horse and cattle farmers that are spreading manure to help control parasites, for preparing seed beds, covering seed beds to enhance germination, harrowing in fertilizer on hay fields to assure a faster, more vigorous re-growth, incorporating herbicides, root raking, pasture renovation, Riding ring and paddock maintenance, land leveling and landscaping.

  • Incudes - 3 Point Cat-1 Harrow Lift.||
  • Includes - 4' x 4' Multi Action Chain Harrow With Drawbar ( Item # 10402 )

Chain Harrow Technical Specifications:

►Overall Length: 78"
►48"Wide x 54"Length 
►1/2"x 4" long tines
►Includes Heavy Duty Universal Drawbar

For improvements, time to time manufacturer upgrades design of the product. Minor changes must be acceptable.


Shipping cost is included for lower 48 US states ( Door Delivered ). 


Brand Name Neat Attachments
Manufacture Name Neat Attachments
UPC 610446715255

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Customer Rating: 4.5 / 5

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Review By:
Dean B
Posted On:
Sun, 18 Apr 2021
3point lift harrow drag
Fairly easy to assemble. works very well

Review By:
Stephen H
Posted On:
Thu, 11 Mar 2021
3 point lift w/ 4x4 drag chain harrow
I had a little problems, it was not clear how the short chains on the back of the frame were supposed to attach to the harrow. I managed to assemble.